Saturday, January 21, 2012

MADRA - Discount for CPM Conference








Contingency Planning and Management Conference & Expo is coming to Washington, D.C.  This year's CPM will be held on April 2-4 at the Washington Convention Center.  
 For more information, please visit http://contingencyplanning.com/Events/CPM-2012/Home.aspx
Registration Discount
The Mid-Atlantic Disaster Recovery Association (MADRA) is pleased to announce a special offer for MADRA supporters.  Please enter the following registration code to obtain a 10% conference discount.
Code: CPM01
Conference Scholarships
In conjunction with CPM, MADRA is also pleased to present our active/dues paying donors with an opportunity to win one of five (5) full access conference scholarships.  Worth nearly $600, each of the five awardees will have access to: CPM, GovSec and Network-Centric Security conferences on April 3-4; all keynotes; the exhibit hall, and all activities taking place in the hall.

How can you apply? Simply volunteer for one of the following three activities:

           1) Provide an industry-specific white paper or article (past or new) that we have permission to post on LinkedIn/Facebook and/or the MADRA web site.

            2) Offer to lead a 15-20 minute group discussion at an upcoming meeting using a recent event and or   company/government policy.

            3) Lead a short discussion on MADRA's LinkedIn group page commenting on a past presentation or using a recent event/policy.
 
Send us an email with your name, email, phone number and a 100-word or less description about the activity you have selected no later than February 17th, 2012.  Please send your submission to contactus@madra.org.

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