CLIQ 2001: A Bigger, More Informative Linux Conference and Exhibit

The Colorado Linux Info Quest board of directors is pleased to announce the second annual Colorado Linux Info Quest conference and exhibit: CLIQ 2001, which will be held Friday, March 30th at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. The event will feature a full day schedule of Linux exhibits, invited talks, real world demonstrations and Birds of a Feather sessions.

The show is already taking shape with the signing of Compaq, SGI, and as initial corporate sponsors. Speakers are currently being sought for both the invited speaker slots and our many Birds of a Feather sessions. Event Day Schedule: The show will run from 9AM to 7PM on Friday, March 29th, 2001 at the Marriott Tech Center, just off I-25 in South Denver. Registration: Announcements regarding attendee registration are expected in January.

Cost for the full day, all access pass will be $85 at the door with a $55 discount price for advance registration. Exhibitor registration will also begin in January 2001. Sponsorships: CLIQ is seeking a limited number of sponsors for this event.

Top level sponsorship is $1250 and includes first choice of booth space, a single 8x10 booth (larger booths will require additional fees), and the sponsoring company's name included with all CLIQ advertisements and banners for this event. About CLIQ: Colorado Linux Info Quest, known as CLIQ to its members, is a registered non-profit organization in the state of Colorado. It is comprised of volunteers from Linux user groups throughout the Colorado Front Range. The aim of CLIQ is to assist both individual hobbyists and businesses in the Rocky Mountain and Central US regions find answers to the question 'What can I do with Linux?' A Look Back: CLIQ 2000 was held April 1st at the Denver Marriott Tech Center and drew approximately 600 people. Invited speakers for the event included Jon