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Volunteerine! (A cure for what ails you)

Do you suffer from confusion, apathy, or disorientation at professional
events? Do you find yourself wandering aimlessly through hotel
corridors, flipping through the conference program and wondering, “What
is my purpose here?” Do you have trouble staying awake in “after lunch”
sessions? If you answered “Yes!” to any of these questions, you may be
suffering from “Conferencitis.”
Though embarrassing, Conferencitis is a treatable condition! From the
makers of Biblioxizine (used in the treatment of overactive cataloging
and classification glands), comes VOLUNTEERINE!

Yes, in controlled studies, just a few hours of VOLUNTEERINE over the
course of one to four days, has proven effective in adding luster to a
conference goers’ experience, improving networking ability, and ensuring
that all conference operations flow smoothly. We are so sure that
VOLUNTEERINE will change the way you feel about conferences, we are
offering a FREE TRIAL of up to four days! Simply register for the
Colorado Association of Libraries 2006 Conference – A ClassiCAL
Celebration at http://www.cal-webs.org Those already registered may
place their orders at
http://www.formsite.com/claforms/volunteerform/index.html. In a few
days, you will receive email confirmation of your interest from a
licensed conference practitioner and will receive your prescription one
week before the conference.

But wait! There’s more! If you volunteer to facilitate a
pre-conference, you will be invited to attend that pre-conference
ABSOLUTELY FREE! Act now, because opportunities are limited.

Take control of your conference experience and get more out of

(Side effects may include making new friends, learning new things,
feeling generally terrific about helping out, and craving Peaberry


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