CCIE Pursuit Blog

December 16, 2008

IPexpert: More Xmas Giveaways

IPexpert is continuing their Christmas season training giveaway with $50,000 worth of training over the next week.

I’m going to give away $50,0000 in training this week in the form of end-to-end program seats, self-study kits, 5-day class seats, vClass seats and online vRack sessions (winners will be announced Friday December 18th, 2008).

Anyone can enter to win the training.  You’ll need to do the following:

If you’re interested in being considered – here’s how you apply:

  • Email me ( (the info / message must be in the body of an email, no attachments or links) – in English – the following information:  Your full name, Geographic location, Technical background / experience, currently-held certifications, educational background, the CCIE track you’re interested in, a list of any products you currently own and the reason you *NEED* free CCIE training materials.

Here’s what you DO NOT do:

  • Call me, PM / IM me or attempt to “sway” my decision! ;-)

NOTE: If you already won some free training from us during our Networkers $100,000 giveaway or in this one, please allow your friends the chance to win.  (That’s a hint not to keep trying to grab for more!)  ;)

All entries must be received before 5:00 PM EST Thursday December 18th, 2008.  I will be announcing the winners on this blog.  Good luck!

As stated above, the deadline is this Thursday so if you’re interested you should fire off an email to Wayne Lawson as soon as possible.

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