Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2004 11:47:13 -0500
From:"Elizabeth Beckham" <>
Subject: LPI-US to Host 1st Annual CLUB LUG in New Orleans June 1 & 2
LPI-US to Host 1st Annual CLUB LUG in New Orleans June 1 & 2 

Linux Has Never Been this Much Fun! 

Hattiesburg, MS - March 29, 2004 - The Linux Professional Institute, US 
Affiliate (LPI-US) will host it's First Annual CLUB LUG conference in 
Orleans, June 1st and 2nd, 2004.  The conference web site is 

The CLUB LUG conference will offer participants the opportunity to take 
to four (4) LPI certification exams as well as present seminars and 
on building and enhancing Linux User Groups, Linux training options, 
finding and securing job opportunities for Linux professionals. 

Exceptional door prizes will be awarded daily and the Grand Prize, 
by HP, a trip for two to Linux World Expo in San Francisco will be 
Wednesday night.   Everyone who registers before April 30 will receive 
special discount and a Neuros 128 MB MP3 Digital Audio Computer. 

The theme of the conference is "Linux Has Never Been this Much Fun!" 

CLUB LUG will be held at the Chateau Sonesta in heart of the historic 
Quarter in New Orleans.  Special activities will include a pool side 
reception and Bourbon Street balcony party, ghost and vampire tours 
the French Quarter, and street parties that have made New Orleans 

For additional information and to register, visit the Club LUG website 
at or contact Wesley Duffee-Braun, media coordinator for 
LPI-US, at 601/266.6034 or 

Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler! (Let the Good Times Roll!) 

CLUB LUG is sponsored by: HP, Open Source Software Institute, Neuros 
HotLinuxJobs, O'Reilly Publishing, The Training Camp and Linux Etc. 

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Linux is the trademark of Linus Torvalds. LPI-US is an affiliate of the 
Linux Professional Institute, Inc. 


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