Warpstock 2011 call for letters of intent
December 12, 2010 by firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to have Warpstock in your area next year, send a letter or e-mail to Warpstock before December 31.
The Warpstock Corporation Board of Directors is now accepting bids from groups or individuals wishing to host Warpstock 2011. Groups or individuals considering hosting Warpstock 2011 should submit a letter of their intent to host this event by e-mail to: bids [AT] warpstock [DOT] org on or before December 31, 2010.
This letter of intent should contain a list of the individuals involved, the city or area in which the event would be held, and the suggested dates for the event. The directors suggest that the months of July or August after the July 4th holiday would be suitable. The letter of intent may contain any additional information about the proposed bid that the team wishes to share. It should also include the benefits of holding the event in their suggested location. This letter does not need to be in great detail about the proposed event, but rather, a commitment from the group about entering into the bid process. The Board of Directors will remain in close contact with the teams throughout the entire bid process, including final site selection.
Now is the time to start! Let's make Warpstock 2011 a memorable event!
More information is available at: www.warpstock.org
Questions about hosting the event can be directed to the Board of Directors at: bids [AT] warpstock [DOT] org
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interested in computer operating systems and related software through
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