Free swag to Exchange user groups!


The Exchange team loves user groups!

If you lead an Exchange user group or want to lead a launch event for Exchange 2010, I'd like to hear from you! We've got (a limited amount) of swag I can offer to support these meetings, and also have some presentations and demos you can use to facilitate them.

To be eligible for a care package, you need to be the leader of a user group that meets to talk about Exchange at least four times a year and has some sort of Web presence I can check out. Email kslough AT Microsoft DOT com with your contact information to request a care package.

These packages are first-come, first-served! Looking forward to hearing from you.

- Kathy Slough

Comments (6)
  1. Leo Jacob says:

    Since it means "Stuff We All Get," swag is a poor choice of words for something that’s in limited supply.

  2. Anonymous says:

    What is interesting Jake is, when someone is giving something for free, people still manage to find a reason to complaint!

    It’s true that squeaky wheels get grease but in new world, squeaky wheel may get replaced with better ones instead!

  3. Piet says:

    Great comment Anon

  4. Daniel says:

    Thanks for the SWAG definition, Jake.  I must have forgotten that bit of trivia.

  5. Josh Maher says:

    Hey Kathy – I am a leader of a pacific northwest area user group dedicated to Exchange and OCS, I’d love to acquire some of that swag to pass out to new and old members of the user group next week (December 9th) during our next user group meeting!! More details on the next event are here: http://event.pingg.com/UCDoers-1209

  6. kslough says:

    Hey, Jake, that’s only of the ‘definitions’ in swag-lore: http://m-w.com/dictionary/swag

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