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Posted by: Leaky
January 09, 2003, 02:51 PM

Nimbus - 2003 is thrilled to announce that until January 15, 2003 (11:59 pm, US Pacific Standard Time), registrations for Nimbus - 2003, the first international Harry Potter symposium (July 17 - 20, 2003 in Orlando, Florida) can be paid via PayPal.

This is a limited time offer, and is only available to those who register on or before January 15, 2003. The benefit for you is, you won't have to overnight a check to us, in order to pay by the 15th. As you know, the 15th is the last day on which you can register at the initial price of $99.75 (that's ninety nine and three quarters dollars) plus (if you do use PayPal) a small administrative processing fee to cover PayPal expenses.

There's also less than one week left to submit your proposal for a panel, presentation or workshop. The Programming Committee is about to start reviewing the proposals submitted to date and decide who will be added to a roster of Harry Potter fans and scholars, including Judith Krug of the American Library Association, Dr Phillip Nel, author of the Continuum Contemporaries analysis of the series, and Dr John Granger, author of The Hidden Key to Harry Potter.

For more information, visit the site for Nimbus - 2003 at www.hp2003.org.

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