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Aug 20, 2003 3:01 AM
We have a couple of customers who are very anxious to have an Introduction to VEE Pro class in the Phoenix area very soon. To accommodate these customers, we have scheduled a class beginning September 9th in our office in Tempe.
This is very short notice and we'll need to work quickly to get enough people registered to make this class happen. If you've been considering taking the Introduction to VEE Pro class and this fits your schedule, your participation would be greatly appreciated.
Information on the content of this class, pricing, and how to enroll is available at
Note that this class may not yet appear in the list of scheduled classes on the web. It is open for registration now by calling +1 (800) 593-6632.
We still have one seat open in the Intro class in Andover, Massachusetts that begins on September 23rd and several seats available in the Advanced class beginning on September 30th in the same location. Both classes are four days in length. Information on the content of these classes, pricing, and how to enroll is available at
Note that these classes may not yet appear in the list of scheduled classes on the web. They are open for registration now by calling +1 (800) 593-6632.
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