Warpstock hotel reservation guarantee extended 1 week
September 14, 2002 by Luc Van Bogaert
The hotel has informed us that a very few rooms are left for the weekend of October 5th and 6th. They have agreed to extend the Warpstock 2002 guaranteed room block at the discounted rate of $129 single/double for one more week. That makes the final date to guarantee an available room at the Austin Renaissance hotel, September 20th.
The hotel is expected to be completely booked Warpstock weekend. To make sure that you have a room so that you can enjoy all the after-hours discussions that are as much a part of Warpstock as the presentations and giveaway session, reserve your room as soon as possible. The Warpstock Social is already been sold out, so please don't wait any longer to book your room where you can meet and greet lots of other OS/2 using folks.
Since the room rate we negotiated is valid for single or double occupancy, if you are interested in finding someone to share a room with, Pete Grubbs has setup a mailing list for seeking roommates - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WarpstockRoomates/
To complete your reservations at the Austin Renaissance Hotel:
On the web: http://www.warpstock.org/2002/location/hotel_info.html
By phone : 512-343-2626
By fax : 512-346-7953
Please be sure to mention "Warpstock 2002" to get the show room rate.
And if you haven't done so yet, now is a good time to register for Warpstock 2002. You can pay with your VISA or MasterCard online at our secure web store site: http://www.bamart.com/warpstockinc
To learn the latest information about OS/2 and eComstation, come to Warpstock 2002, which this year is taking place in the home of OS/2 development. Warpstock will take place the weekend of October 5-6, 2002 in Austin, Texas at the Renaissance Austin Hotel. You can find the complete presentation schedule as well as event registration and hotel reservation information at our web site: <http://www.warpstock.org>
Warpstock, Inc., is a North Carolina corporation. The Warpstock annual conference is a gathering of OS/2 users, developers, and vendors from around the world for the purpose of education and advocacy. More information is available at the Warpstock web site : <http://www.warpstock.org>