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Announcement from the International Santa Celebration
 
The Computer has Chosen the Next WINNER!                              
 
Santa Scott Schittimer of Bremerton, Washington, Santa Scott has won a FREE Room Night (value $85 + tax) at the fabulous Double Tree Inn & Suites.
 
Oh what FUN it is for me to call a Santa and tell them they have WON!
 
Santa Scott joins the previous TWO winners, Santa Scott Sherlock from Montana and Santa Terry Lenahan from Georgia.
 
Please get Registered and Reserve your room! to qualify for the NEXT GIVEAWAY.
 
There are still NINE (9) more chances to WIN! Go to our ISC Tampa website for details.  The sooner you register, the more times you will have a chance to win.  
 
Next drawing: 2/15/2014
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Congrats

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Congratulations!

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Congratulations Santa Scott!!

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Yes, we will have nine more Giveaways of FREE Room Nights and Jr Suite Up-Grades at the Celebration!

 

Our next Giveaway drawing is scheduled for February 15th, the lucky winner will receive a Free up-grade to a luxurious Jr. Suite for all 4 nights ($160 value)

 

Once you are registered and have reserved your room for the International Santa Celebration, your name stays in the drawing for all subsequent draws until you win!,(you can only win once) 

 

We hope you will consider joining in the FUN at the Celebration, Tampa, May 14-17th! 

 

www.tampa.ibrbsantas.org

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Folks have been asking for a tentative schedule of events, so here it is in a bit of a "rough" draft.. 

 

Several others have asked us a question about the four served meals? and.. YES, our $138 Registration Fee INCLUDES your Banquet DInner at the Celebration Banquet on Saturday night! (no extra $55 to attend the big Banquet at the ISC)

 

ISC TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS MAY 14TH-17TH
                    http://tampa.ibrbsantas.org/
 
                     COME EARLY STAY LATE
  Hotel Special Discount Room Rate Valid May 11th-21st  
 
Wednesday May 14th, 1:00 Welcome to Tampa/Registration Sign-In Desk Opens 
Wednesday, May 14th 1:00-8:00 pm Sign In and pick up your Thursday Fun Day Tickets
Wednesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm Welcome to Tampa Meet and Greet Hospitality
 
Thursday, May 15th 8:00 am Celebration Showcase Set-up
Thursday, May 15th 1:00 pm Celebration Showcase Opens (Hours to be announced)
Thursday FUN Day, May 15th final list of ancillary Activities to choose from coming soon...
Thursday, May 15th, Santa's Blood Drive-Special Event-Guest Personality to be announced...
Thursday, May 15th, 6:00 pm Group Dinner-Choice of Two locations to be announced soon.....
 
Friday, May 16th, Celebration Showcase Opens (Hours to be announced)
Friday, May 16th, 8:00 am Celebration Breakfast Served (Special Event to be announced)
Friday, May 15th, 10-12:30 Interactive Panel Discussions, Workshops, Seminars
Friday, May 15th, 12:30-2:00 Celebration Lunch Served (Special Event to be announced)
Friday, May 15th, 2:00-4:30 Interactive Panel Discussions, Workshops, Seminars
Friday, May 15th, 6:00 pm Group Dinner-Choice of Two locations to be announced soon.....
 
Saturday, May 17th, Celebration Showcase Opens (Hours to be announced)
Saturday, May 17th, 9:30-12:00 Interactive Panel Discussions, Workshops, Seminars
Saturday, May 17th, 12-1:30 pm, Celebration Lunch Served, (Special Event to be announced)
Saturday, May 17th, 1:30-4:00 Interactive Panel Discussions, Workshops, Seminars
Saturday, May 17th, 4-5:00 pm Meet the IBRBS Board, Open Mike, Special Announcements
Saturday, May 17th, 6:00 pm Celebration Banquet Dinner Doors Open
Saturday, May 17th, 7:00 pm Opening Entertainment and Presentations
Saturday, May 17th, 7:30 pm Live Music Dinner Entertainment
Saturday, May 17th, 7:30 pm Celebration Banquet Dinner Served
Saturday, May 17th, 8:30 pm Memorial, Presentations, Announcements
Saturday, May 17th, 9:00 pm Guest Celebrity Entertainment
Saturday, May 17th, 9:30 pm-till Live Music for your Dancing and Entertainment
 
                         COME EARLY STAY LATE
    Hotel Special Discount Room Rate Valid May 11th-21st 
      
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Congratulations Santa Scott from Washington !

 

The ClausFest Team RESPECTS AND ENCOURAGES everyone in the Santa Community to attend as many gatherings and conventions they are able to.  There is always room for more learning experience to become even more professional as well as having a fun time with brothers and sisters in red !!

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Congrats, Santa Scott!

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That is pretty cool to offer the give-away.

 

Congratulations Scott and the up-coming nine winners.

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