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January 20, 2013 – Unified Symposium eNews

Time Is Running Out to Get Your Discount

Are you waiting to register? There isn’t much time left to take advantage of significant discounts on your Unified Symposium registration. 

January 22nd marks the end of early registration discounts. So whether you are registering for a full three days of exhibits and sessions, or for the exhibits only, you can save. But only if you register before midnight (PST) on January 22nd.

Need some more information before you register? Click here to download and print the Registration & Program Guide which includes the latest information on the program sessions. Or check out our online Daily Schedule.

So don’t wait and miss out. You can save up to $200 by registering before midnight (PST) on January 22nd.

Verallia Offers “Best In Glass” Solutions for Wineries of All Sizes

As the leading manufacturer of glass Lwine bottles in North America, Verallia offers an extensive selection of bottles and value-add services as diverse as the wineries we serve. From stock to custom designs, bulk orders to short runs, and economy to premium bottles, we offer custom glass packaging solutions designed to meet the unique needs of wineries of all sizes.

Today, we offer some of the most innovative glass packaging options and solutions, such as:

Visit us at TricorBraun’s booth #1310 to meet us and learn more about these solutions and more. We look forward to meeting you and earning your business in 2013.

Parking and Shuttle Services

Do we have a deal for you? Park at the Downtown Plaza West Garage for only $5 per car/day (Tuesday, January 29, through Thursday, January 31). On Wednesday and Thursday, in addition to discounted parking we provide free shuttle buses that run to and from the Sacramento Convention Center every 15 minutes of the show.

A map with more details on the shuttle schedule and information about other parking lots is available here.

A Spanish version of the map with the shuttle schedule and information about other parking is available to download here.

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