The Northern California Pipe Users Group invites you to the 29th Annual Sharing Technologies Virtual Seminar on Thursday February 18th, 2021. This virtual event will be held on Zoom and showcase seven presentation topics and keynote speaker Bruce Macler from the USEPA. Please see information below regarding the seminar flyer and agenda, registration, and payments. We look forward to seeing you at the virtual seminar!
Registration and Payment Information
To register for the 2021 Annual Seminar, please complete the Google Registration Form using the link below (Register only ONE person per form). The deadline to RSVP is February 12, 2021.
Payment can be submitted through PayPal or by check. Registration fees are $100 for PUG members, $150 for non-members, and $200 for vendors. Vendors will have their company logo added to the Welcome Slide and be assigned their owned Zoom breakout room with the ability to chat with attendees, share their screen, and transfer files with attendees.
Note: The Zoom seminar invitation will be sent out to all registered attendees and vendors prior the seminar.
Payment by Check:
Please submit checks to Iris Uresti (Payable to Pipe Users Group)
Brown and Caldwell
202 Cousteau Place, Suite 175
Davis, CA 95618
ATTN: Iris Uresti
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