Last year Greg Stuart over at vDestination.com gave away a free trip to VMworld 2011. It looks like he has done it again with the aid of Veeam, TrainSignal, and Symantec. Some quick info:
- VMworld 2012 Full Conference Pass
- Air fare to SFO up to $500 USD
- 5 nights hotel accomodations (Sun-Thurs)
Also, it seems that Drobo has donated a Drobo B800i iSCSI Storage Array as well for the winner. Here is a short snip of the requirements:
This trip contest is based on need and need alone. If you can’t afford to go to VMworld, if your company won’t send you then this is your chance. In order to enter to win you will need to make a comment on this blog post and include the following three points in your comment: (1)Describe to me and my sponsors why you need to go to VMworld 2012, (2)What you are most looking forward to (it’s okay if it’s Bon Jovi, it may be what I’m most looking forward to!) and (3)How you plan on paying it forward. This shouldn’t take more than one paragraph really, you won’t have a better chance if you write a novel, keep it short and concise. You will be chosen by a panel of vExperts based on your answers to the questions above.
For more information and all the goods, please visit vDestination.com (http://vdestination.com/2012/06/26/go-to-vmworld-2012-for-free/)