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Final update: This promotion has ended, as has CiviCon 2011. No winner was selected, as the few people who qualified were eventually unable to make the event. In the interest of fairness (and of promoting a great open-source software package) NS Web Solutions contributed the cost of the two tickets to the CiviCRM project for future development.
Are you going to CiviCon 2011? If you're not sure yet, read on; we're going to try and convince you, with free tickets.
CiviCRM is a truly great piece of software that more and more organizations are using to increase efficiency in their case management, empower their volunteers and supporters, and reach out to new contacts and potential donors. Here at NS Web Solutions, we're pretty excited about it, and we do our best to make sure more organizations have the chance to consider this excellent solution when in need of better CRM tools.
That's why we're excited about the upcoming CiviCon in Chicago, and why we're proud to be sponsoring the event, along with some other pretty cool folks.
We're also pretty sure that there are others who'd love to go, but who're still on the fence about it. You have this great event at your fingertips, and it's perfectly aligned with DrupalCon by the way, and you could learn a lot and meet a ton of wonderful people. But you also have your schedule, full of lots of other things to do. It could be a fantastic learning experience, but you just haven't made the decision yet.
Well, here's something that might just tip the scale for you: Free tickets.
We have here two tickets to CiviCon 2011, waiting to be given away to the 50th person who jumps on their Twitter account and tweets "#CiviCRM rocks. I'm shooting for free tickets to CiviCon 2011" with a link to this blog post (for example: http://is.gd/snCtFS). We'll be direct-messaging the winner, so be sure you're also following us @nswebsolutions.
We're doing this to increase awareness of CiviCRM as a valuable tool for nonprofits and advocacy organizations. CiviCon will be a great way to learn more about the software, and get to know the robust community supporting it.
We're looking forward to seeing you there. Tweet it up, and we'll make it easier for you.
Update February 22, 2011: CiviCon is on March 7, less than two weeks away. To avoid driving potential winners crazy with uncertainty, this promotion will conclude no later than 11:59pm on February 25 (Chicago time). In case there just aren't 50 qualifying tweets by that time, we'll randomly select a winner from the tweets that have been made, and notify the winner by direct message on the morning of February 26.