|Win a Free ISPCAN Regional Conference Registration!|
This contest has ended. Check back in 2014 for a new chance to win.
Every current ISPCAN member* who refers a new member** to ISPCAN will be entered to win a free registration to our upcoming Regional Conference in either Dublin, Ireland or Viña del Mar, Chile (up to a US$600 value!). The winner will get to choose which conference (s)he would like to register to attend. Airfare, accommodation, and related travel costs are not included. Registration only includes the main conference and does not include registration to the master class, cultural events, or any other pre-conference events.
Each paid, approved referral will count as 1 entry, with unlimited entries possible. Referrals must be Standard, Developing Country Standard, Student, Young Professional, or Emeritus Members*. The new member must state on his/her application the name of the referring member. Only current, paid 2013 ISPCAN members are eligible for entry.
Referrals must be received between April 15 and May 31, 2013.
The wining entry will be chosen randomly on June 5, 2013, and the winner will be announced by June 10, 2013. The winner will be notified by email (please be sure your email is up to date with ISPCAN). If the winner does not respond within 2 weeks, a new winner will be chosen and notified. If any winner is unable to attend a conference, a new winner will be chosen. Prize is non-transferable.
How to win:
You must log in using your username and password to access this members only page. Follow the instructions on the page.
Tell your friends to join! Have them add your name or member id number in the "Referred By"
box on their application when registering.
*Current ISPCAN Executive Council and Honorary Members are not eligible.
**Associate Memberships do not qualify.
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