Announcing the Small Business Server 2011 Launch Tour – Powered by TS2

I’m pleased to announce a multi-city SBS 2011 launch tour. The goal of this tour is to create SBS launch excitement, evangelize cloud and energize the SBSC community. You’re invited to join us for an insider’s view of Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials, Standard and Premium. Learn how they can help you grow your business by addressing the IT needs of small business customers.

Launch events will be hosted by the Microsoft TS2 Partner Technology Advisor team. The first 25 registrants for each city will qualify to receive an SBSC store gift voucher at the event (see registration link for qualifications and rules). Please find registration links below. Join us in a city near you!


Date City Registration Link
February 11 San Antonio, Texas
February 24 Irving, Texas
February 25 Austin, Texas
March 7 Tempe, Arizona
March 9 Waltham, Massachusetts
March 10 New York, New York  
March 14 Minneapolis (Bloomington), Minnesota
March 15 Alpharetta, Georgia
March 15 Chicago (Downers Grove), Illinois  
March 15 Cincinnati (Mason), Ohio  
March 15 Indianapolis, Indiana
March 16 Columbus, Ohio
March 16 Malvern, Pennsylvania
March 17 Washington, DC (Chevy Case, Maryland)
March 17 Cleveland (Independence), Ohio
March 22 Tampa, Florida  
March 22 Overland Park, Kansas
March 24 St. Louis, Missouri
March 24 Milwaukee (Waukesha) Wisconsin
March 29 Detroit (Southfield), Michigan Register
March 31 Houston, Texas Register
April 4 Charlotte, North Carolina Register
April 5 Greensboro, North Carolina Register
April 19 Irvine, California Registration Closed
April 20 Menlo Park, California (SF Bay Area) Register

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  1. Please bring back the Microsoft Connections seminars!  It is great you are doing a TS2 roadshow again; I've missed them so much over the last five years.  The TS2 events used to be paired with Connections events bringing  Microsoft partners and potential customers together in the same venue.  It was such a great way for small business owners to see new Microsoft technologies first hand and then talk with a local Microsoft partner about purchase and implementation options.

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