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October 30, 2014
Save the date for Synergis University 2015 and register now to save money and secure your seat!
Date: June 3, 2015
Location: The Sands Hotel, Bethlehem, PA
Yes, we will be at the Sands again this year and are organizing over 35 sessions to bring you the most up to date information, tips, and topics to help your maximize your tools and design workflows. By registering now you can:
- Take advantage of budget you have available this year.
- Register at a greatly reduced price. Until February 14, 2015, registration is only $50 for customers that have Subscription through Synergis, or $95 for non-Subscription customers. That is almost 50% off the regular pricing ($95 for Subscription customers, $195 for everyone else).
- Reserve your seat! Last year we filled the Sands and this year we are expecting even more interest. Get your seat reserved before we run out.
Want to attend SU15 for free?
Tell us how you are using your Autodesk Subscription benefits on a short video and if we pick you for the “Subscription Customer of the Month”, you will receive a pair of free passes to Synergis University in June. Monthly winners will be picked on a rolling basis on the 15th of each month. You can enter as many videos or as many months as you like. Send all videos to email@example.com. If you are already registered for SU15 at the time of winning, we will send you an Amazon gift card for $100 instead.