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ConnecTech Launch Party @ MGM Grand Casino Detroit

By stevenberkholz ·
FYI, there is a new group for technology workers in metro Detroit:

New Automation Alley group recognizes, unites leading area technology professionals

ConnecTech, a new Automation Alley-powered technology organization geared toward progressive technology professionals, will host a launch event at MGM Grand Detroit on Dec. 12, 2007. The event, held from 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., will bring together Detroit technology leaders, business proprietors, managers, consultants, engineers and university academics, to highlight the innovation occurring in Southeast Michigan.

?ConnecTech?s goal is to highlight fascinating technology leaders, companies and new and next generation technologies,? said Cary Schmidt, ConnecTech Greater Detroit president. ?The organization caters to business professionals that have a vested interest in knowing what is happening in technology, in and outside of the work environment.?

Forward-thinking leaders from companies including ePrize, Inc., Intelligent Connections and Awecomm Technologies, are endorsing ConnecTech as a means to feature and connect thought-leading businesses and managers leveraging technology.

At the event, in addition to networking and the presentation of an honorary award to an area technology leader, guests will have the chance to win prizes including:
? A Nintendo Wii ? that will be used at the event for group gaming
? A free night?s stay at the MGM Grand Detroit, along with two buffet meals
? A gift certificate to Immerse, MGM Grand Detroit?s spa

To register for the event, visit http:
Registration is $10 for advance sign-up and $20 at the event.

About ConnecTech
ConnecTech is Michigan?s premier network for technology professionals, offering members the opportunity to discover the latest technology trends, meet with other professionals, and advance their careers through various professional development initiatives. Powered by Automation Alley, ConnecTech represents a community of more than 700 technology-minded professionals through its eight statewide chapters. Visit us at

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