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CES Free Registration Extended

10/01/2009 10:32:42 AM Eastern

Arlington, Va. - Free registration for the 2010
International CES has been extended to Oct. 7.

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), producer of the show,
said in an e-mail to potential attendees that due to the initial "overwhelming
response from attendees" trying to register by the original Oct. 1 deadline,
"some of you may have experienced a delay in service as a result."

Those interested in attending International CES can click the
following link and register
for free.

CEA also reminded those who have already started the registration
process to please return to and complete
your registration.
If you created a password, please use the "already
registered and would like to edit my registration" option.

And the deadline to submit new product information for the official
TWICE CES Daily has been set: Monday, Nov. 16.

If your company, or a company you represent, is an official 2010
International CES exhibitor and is introducing new products at the show, information
must be received by TWICE CES Daily by Nov. 16 to ensure coverage.

Please include your booth number, press releases and fact sheets
in Microsoft Word-compatible documents, and high-resolution (300 dpi) JPG images
(a maximum of three per company, sized no larger than 3 inches by 5 inches
please) to:
Please contact TWICE editor in chief Steve Smith at (646) 746-6987, or, if you have further questions

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