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Getting Ready – Last Minute Details for Delegates

PSEWEB KrauseGetting excited?!

#PSEWEB is right around the corner. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone in St. John’s!

Here are few last minute details to keep in mind as you pack your bags this weekend.

Venue and Parking

The conference is at the Delta St. John’s Hotel and Conference Centre.

Driving in? Here are the parking rates:

  • Valet Parking Fee: $24 / day
  • On-Site Parking Fee: $12 / day

Registration

Come check in and get your delegate pack when you arrive. It includes your name tag, program, and some nice #PSEWEB and sponsor swag. Follow the signs at the hotel, or ask the staff at the front desk to point you in the right direction.

Come back to the registration desk any time during the conference if you have a question or need a hand.

Registration and Information Desk Hours

  • Sunday: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
  • Monday: 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Wifi

Wireless is available in your hotel rooms and the meeting areas. We’ll give you login information when you check in at the registration desk.

There’s going to be quite a few of us, so please consider temporarily disabling high-bandwidth features on your devices (like Dropbox syncing and things like that). Definitely stay connected and share moments and ideas using the #PSEWEB hashtag, but consider only connecting one (or two) devices at a time.

Sunday Night

If you’re in town on Sunday night, come join us as we explore the St. John’s pub scene! We’re starting at Bridie Molloy’s Guinness Pub & Eatery at 5:00 p.m.

Joining late? Follow #PSEWEB on Twitter for location updates!

Questions?

Ask away! Tweet to @PSEWEBConf or send us an email at info@pseweb.ca.

See you soon!

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