Chances are, the fantastic education, knowlege sharing and networking aren’t the only things that made you want to register for IMPI’s 2012 Symposium; the exciting location was probably a factor as well!
VIVA LAS VEGAS!
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Although most of your time at the symposium will be full of great content, you may find yourself with some free time and wondering what else is out there: Out there in the casinos, on the stages, on the strip and off the strip. Here are a few non-sponsored* places and activities for you to consider:
Purchase tickets for a show!
La Rev- The Dream, Criss Angel- Believe, Cirque du Soleil (Zumanity, KA, LOVE, Viva Elvis) and The Blue Man Group will all be playing! And that’s just the tip of the iceberg…
Experience the excitement of Vegas’ famous Nightclubs!
The Bank, House of Blues, Tao, Ghost Bar and Pure are notable clubs on the strip.
Eat at world-famous restaurants and have the dining experience of a lifetime!
From Emeril to Wolfgang Puck, Vegas restaurants offer a variety of gourmet, casual and themed restaurant fare!
Take a Tour!
Make some memories and learn more about The Strip, The Hoover Dam, The Grand Canyon, Lake Mead and other beautiful and exciting places.
Venture off the strip for an amazing bicycle ride!
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*The activities listed in this blog post are not organized by nor affiliated with the International Microwave Power Institute or its sponsors in any way. IMPI expressly disclaims any and all liability in connection with these activities.