March 17, 2008 in User Groups (E)
[prMac.com] Chatsworth, CA - The Final Cut Pro User Group Network have announced that the 7th Annual NAB FCPUG SuperMeet will be held at the MGM Grand Hotel's Grand Ballroom, Wednesday, April 16 beginning at 7PM. (doors open at 5PM).
Tickets are only $15.00 per person and include 3 raffle tickets and are on sale now.
"This just maybe our largest SuperMeet in our seven year history," says Michael Horton, co-producer of the event and founder of the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group. "The Grand Ballroom at the MGM Grand Hotel that will seat over 1000 people. In addition there will be 30 vendors outside the theatre doors showing off their "toys." Some of these vendors will not be on the NAB show floor. The SuperMeet will be the only place you will see them. Our World Famous Raffle has over $45,000.00 worth of prizes so far and we haven't even started."
The FCPUG SuperMeet is expected to be the biggest party in town during NAB week. Apple may not be on the trade show floor at NAB, but they WILL BE at the SuperMeet.
"Apple will be presenting on stage and they are supporting this event in a big way," added Horton. "The entire agenda has not yet been set, but we can tell you this; We will have presentations from Apple, JVC, Adobe, Blackmagic Design and many surprise guests. In addition will have state of the art projection and audio. There will be plenty to eat and drink and see and plenty of time to network. This is the only place you need to be during NAB week."
Tickets are on sale NOW for only $15.00 each (includes 3 raffle tickets) and this event is expected to sell out. SuperMeets always sell out. "Don't wait until last minute to buy tickets," says Horton. "There won't be any."
For complete details on the SuperMeet including directions, current list of raffle prizes and a link to where to buy tickets, visit the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group (lafcpug) web site.
Founded in 2000, the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group (lafcpug) is the largest UG in the world dedicated to the education and use of Apple Inc's Pro Applications.