Phoenix.pm: Damian Conway Update
doug.miles at bpxinternet.com
Wed Jan 9 10:44:30 CST 2002
Frooninckx Craig - cfroon wrote:
> The only place I priced rather quickly was the Tucson Convention Center for
> $120, seats like 40 people in a classroom layout, too big for our needs, I
> was going to look at some of the hotels next that usually have meeting rooms
> for 20 or less people. There is also the thought of checking with Dark
> Mountain Brewery that rents out there facility for meetings and they provide
> catering and good wine and beer. I have the feeling that O'Reilly will
> probably come through for us though.
Thank you! I was going to suggest that someone check. I've just been
too busy following up on the two free options I have right now. I am in
the process of getting another contact from UofA, and that looks
somewhat promising. I haven't heard from O'Reilly yet. One thing to
keep in mind here is that even if we get a free facility, we still have
gas money and dinner to pay for. I guess we'll just let the individual
car pools (when they are formed) work out how they want to pay for gas.
Thanks again for saving me some legwork!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Shay Harding [mailto:sharding at ccbill.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 5:20 PM
> To: phoenix-pm-list at happyfunball.pm.org
> Subject: Re: Phoenix.pm: Damian Conway Update
> On Tuesday 08 January 2002 01:21 pm, you wrote:
>>Frooninckx Craig - cfroon wrote:
>>>Should we consider renting a meeting room at one of the hotels??
>>A fine idea, but who is going to pony up the cash? :)
> How much is it out of curiousity?
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