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Colorado Springs, CO, April 28 - May 1, at the Antlers AdamsMark Hotel
Once again, thanks to Joe Dudas, we have PICTURES !!
|Meeting Agenda & Presentations||Chairman
Bow has issued and Invitation to the Spring 2002 ICC
Meeting in Colorado Springs.
Chairman Bow has announced that the Keynote Speaker for the Opening Session will be Phillip Tollefson, Executive Director of our host, Colorado Springs Utilities. We welcome Mr. Tollefson to the ICC and look forward to his remarks.
Download the general meeting agenda in PDF format. Be sure to check back for last minutes changes. (Updated 4/26/2002)
The Subcommittees will sponsor many Technical Presentations on key topics in their fields of interest. Check the listing periodically, as we'll be adding many topics as the meeting approaches. (Updated 4/26/2002)
If you plan to make presentation (especially if its a computer based presentation), be sure and check the Presentation Guidelines page. Remember, a computer projector will be provided by the ICC only for Orientation, the Opening Session, the Subcommittee sessions, the Transnational Luncheon and the Educational Program.
|Registration||Download the meeting registration forms in either PDF or MS-Word format (Updated 4/10/2002). Please note, that there is a new procedure to register for the Spring 02 Meeting. The registration fee now includes the minutes. Thus, everyone who registers will receive a CD copy of the minutes. If you want an extra copy of the minutes, or you are a corresponding member, you can purchase a CD copy of the minutes by checking the "Spring 02 Minutes on CD" and paying $50.00. The Fall 01 Minutes were issued as a paper copy. This was the last time that the ICC minutes will be in paper form. All future minutes will be on CD. If you want a copy of the Fall 01 Minutes, please mark "Fall 01 Minutes on CD" on the registration form. These are also $50.00. As has been our practice, all past minutes are available from JMed & Associates, Ltd., E-mail: email@example.com, Phone: (847) 934-1154.|
|Educational Program||The Spring Educational Program will be entitled Accelerated Cable Testing and Its Correlation to Field Testing.|
|New Member Orientation||Past ICC Chairman, Mike Walker, will conduct an Orientation Session for New Members and Guests. Plan to attend. You'll learn about the organization, meet people and come up to speed faster.|
|Mini-Expo||The Spring meeting will feature a Mini-Expo for vendors to make table top displays of equipment and services related to the scope of the ICC. If your company would like to participate, you'll need to reserve space by the April 12th deadline. To see the list of vendors who have committed, follow the hyperlink above. (Updated 4/20/2002)|
|Hospitality Suites||If your company plans to have a hospitality suite in conjunction with the Spring 2002 meeting, be sure to see the Guideline page.|
|Spouse Activities||Two great activities have been announced, a luncheon and a tour of Colorado Springs. See the attached PDF file for all the details. (Updated 3/21/2002)|
|Discount Travel||We have contracts with Avis and Delta for discounts on car rental and airline fares (5 to 10%) Delta and Avis have teamed Meeting Services and by calling the Avis or Delta meeting number you will be able to arrange with Avis. The Delta number for the special meeting fare is (800) 241-6760, Mon. - Sun., 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. EST (0800-2300 EST). Refer to File No. 187337A. The Avis Meeting Service number is 1-800-331-1600. Refer to Discount No. A606089. (Updated 4/22/2002)|
|Hotel Information||Please identify the group as the ICC. Accommodations requested beyond the cut-off date will be offered based on availability and at the prevailing rate. Be sure to visit the Antlers Adams Mark Hotel online. Are you driving from the airport? Then check out the map.|
|Tourist Information||Coming early? Staying over? Then you'll want to check out the Colorado Springs Visitors Center
Colorado Springs was founded in 1871 and has evolved from a frontier town to a world class community. Colorado Springs has the nickname "Silicone Mountain" as a home to high tech companies, military installations and other organizations. Colorado Springs has nearly 300 sunny days per year with a large choice of outdoor activities. There are many things to do:
The landscape and scenery serves as a beautiful stage for mountain biking, horseback riding, rafting, fishing or ballooning.
Several brave souls are thinking about hitting the slopes while in Colorado. Are you interested? If so, drop a note to Shan Nandi.
|Host Utility||Our host for the Spring Meeting will be Colorado Springs Utilities. CSU is a community-owned utility which provides electric, natural gas, water and wastewater services to more than 551,000 customers in the Colorado Springs area. The ICC invites to to visit their homepage at http://www.csu.org/ and learn more about CSU. Our Keynote Speaker for the Opening Session will be Phillip Tollefson, Executive Director of CSU.|
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