Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Merry Christmas!

Before the year is over I wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for supporting TBAUG. Everyone Involved with our group is a volunteer and has worked hard to keep our group going. This has been a rebuilding year for us, but I think we have made real progress and look forward to next year. I appreciate everyone’s efforts and hard work this past year.
We have many things planned for 2009. Our community has been growing quite rapidly. Autodesk User Group International (AUGI) has been working hard to provide more content and resources for all our user worldwide. There are many new things in the horizon for AUGI, and TBAUG.

I would also like to thank all our resellers for their continuing support. Their support has been essential to TBAUG. I also look forward to our ongoing relationship with all our reseller.
I know this year has proven to be very hard for many. So please remember to visit our job postings link to view or even post your resumes. Furthermore visit our discussions link to let everyone know of any suggestions or leads of potential job opportunities. We need to help each other out especially the way our economy has been shaping up lately, and maybe by keeping an eye out for each other we can make next year a little better.

Since its Christmas I thought I would give away a few things.
  • The first three (3) users to send an email to contact@tbaug.net from their tbaug.net email account will receive $125.00 voucher for Autodesk Certification (valid thru May 2009, courtesy of Autodesk & AU2008).
  • The first three (3) users to send an email to contact@tbaug.net from any email account will receive a T-shirt & baseball cap with the TBAUG logo (T-shirts courtesy of Advanced Technologies Solutions, baseball caps courtesy of Poncegraphics.com).
  • One (1) random user will be selected of all emails sent to contact@tbaug.net from any email account and will receive an AUGI bag & TBAUG baseball cap.


Again, thank you everyone for sticking with and supporting us this past year.


Steven A. Torres
President
Tampa Bay Autodesk User Group, TBAUG

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