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Cloud Expo to Offer Special Free Pass to Everyone Who Retweets @CloudExpo

The special "TwitterVIP" pass will offer free access to three full-day events that are co-located with Cloud Expo in New York

Cloud Expo, Inc. announced on Thursday that it will offer a special free "TwitterVIP" pass to everyone who retweets the upcoming event @CloudExpo.

The largest Cloud event in the world will take place April 19 -21 at the Javits Center in New York City.

Free "Twitter Retweet" event passes will be issued to everyone who retweets the event @CloudExpo.

Simply copy paste and tweet or retweet: "Register for #CloudExpo New York for FREE at @CloudExpo! http://bit.ly/deupdq"

The "TwitterVIP" pass offers free access to the three full-day special events that are co-located with Cloud Expo New York.

"TwitterVIP" pass registration offers access to the following full-day session each day.

Monday, April 19 - CloudStorm @ Cloud Expo : 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Tuesday, April 20 - CloudCamp @ Cloud Expo : 5:40PM - 8:15PM Unconference
Wednesday April 21 - RightScale User Meetup : 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, with evening cocktail party

"TwitterVIP" registration pass offers access to the three Special Events at Cloud Expo and does not provide access to regular Cloud Expo technical breakout sessions (register for Gold Pass, Expo Plus Bootcamp, and Expo Plus for access) listed on the conference registration page.

All Gold Pass, Expo Plus Bootcamp, and Expo Plus delegate badges available at the registration page offer full free access to the special events listed above.

Sign up for free registration by using the coupon code "TwitterVIP" here.

Your badge will be issued after confirming your retweet @CloudExpo before you arrive at the Javits Center. All registration questions can be directed to events (at) sys-con.com.

More Stories By Krisandra Russo

Krisandra is Conference Program Manager at Cloud Expo, Inc. where annual high-energy cloud computing conference and expos are created around the world with industry-leading players.

You can contact Krisandra with events questions or comments via email "krisandra (at) sys-con.com" or at her home page http://krisandrarusso.ulitzer.com, or by phone at 201 802-3019.

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JayaramKrishnaswamy 04/05/10 01:35:00 PM EDT

I retweeted. Where do I collect my free pass?

Please see details here. http://cloudcomputing.sys-con.com/node/1334058

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