Attention All Db2 User Groups Leaders!

IBM and IDUG will again be raffling off complimentary IDUG Conference Passes to the 2018 IDUG Tech Conference in Philadel... during the week of April 29 - May 3.

If your user group is a Virtual Group on the World of DB2, then your User Group may be eligible for this free pass give-away.

Time and passes are limited. There will be only one pass per user group and each customer winner at the meeting must be a member of the World of DB2. The winner must register for the IDUG Conference in Philadelphia by April 15.

Thanks to Surekha Parekh (IBM and the World of DB2) and IDUG, the raffle held last year at the Alabama DB2 Users Group drew members form three different states to the meeting in Birmingham, Alabama.

I encourge all Db2 User Groups to take advantage of this generous offer that can help build your user group membership, and promote education for your members on the ever-changing Db2.

Next Steps:

1. How to add your User Group to World of Db2

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2. Invite Your Members to Join the Group


3. Add your User Group Events to World of Db2

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4.Host your event and promote IDUG Db2 User Group at your conference

5. Email Surekha   

Prior to your event and we will send you a few charts that we would like you to share with your RUG members that explains the benefits of IDUG. 



6. Surekha will email the winner the conference pass

Here are the Terms & Conditions

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