IAMCP in Nashville

My appologies to Ed Carnes!  I almost compltely forgot to mention , in my last post on TN (http://blogs.technet.com/matthewms/archive/2006/12/17/memphis-and-nashville-tn-the-ultimate-pit-stop-12-12-2006-and-12-14-2006.aspx)

That there is a IAMCP chapter in Nashville forming in TN!

This is truly exciting news!

A group of local Microsoft Partners have joined together to form a Tennessee chapter of the International Association of Microsoft Certified Partners (IAMCP).  So please go out and check them out! Have you heard about the IAMCP?  It is the hub of local partner activity and the trusted voice of Microsoft’s partner community.  IAMCP is a professional association formed to provide partners a greater voice into Microsoft and to facilitate mutual growth and business development.  We will meet regularly for networking, business partnering, exchanging ideas on business issues, and participating in continuing education opportunities.  Membership is open to employees of a Microsoft Certified Partner organization or to Registered Members.  Our meetings are on the first Tuesday of every other month at 4:00 pm, usually at the Microsoft office in Franklin, TN. Please join us to learn more about IAMCP and how it will benefit your company. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ed Carnes at phone (615) 778-8804 or email iamcptn@carnesgroup.com

or contact the Membership Committee Chairperson Molly Von Haefen at phone (615) 662-2113 or email molly@swpnet.com.

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