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FREE flight from Denver to Permaculture Voices Conference

 
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Hi I am going to be attending the Permaculture Voices Conference in California in March. Long story short I have a deal through my frequent flier miles that allows me to fly someone for free with me anywhere I go. If anyone from the Colorado area is heading to the conference please let me know as soon as possible and I can get your flight covered. The only thing you would have to pay for is federal taxes which are $10 per flight. I am looking to book sooner than later as flights tend to go up in points(price) as it gets closer to the date. Let me know!
 
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You're a good guy, Andy. Have fun and learn lots.
 
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Preferred travel dates would be the leaving Denver afternoon/evening of 3/12 and returning the morning of 3/17.
 
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Hmmm.... this is the first time I have heard of that conference, but it sounds pretty cool. I DO live in Fort Collins....

So basically, I am interested Andy.
 
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Dale, Thanks!


Mitch, sounds good flights are very cheap right now so the sooner the better, as of now you're first in line. Let me know once you get registration figured out and we can go from there.

 
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Mitch Holmes wrote:Hmmm.... this is the first time I have heard of that conference, but it sounds pretty cool. I DO live in Fort Collins....



It is basically the TED of permaculture. EVERYONE that is anyone is going to be there.

Unfortunately, I am not
 
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Oh man, my apologies Andy, I did not realize the conference tickets were that expensive. have fun!
 
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Mitch, I don't know if you are a student or not but they at one point they were offering student/farmer discounts.
 
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Just wanted to bump this to see if anyone is interested!
 
Seriously Rick? Seriously? You might as well just read this tiny ad:
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