The way to really fly

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The way to really fly
The way to really fly

At 6-foot-7 inches tall, I need help more than ever when it comes to air travel. The airlines all seem to have concocted food service just for me: knee sandwiches. Maybe for you, too. But I've figured out a way around their inhospitable arrangements.

If I can do better otherwise, I don't fly. This week, you can use the same comfortable, bank account-protecting strategy.

Attend a session or three of our 5th Annual McKnight's Online Expo. Grab the comfiest chair around, slip off your shoes if you wish and shut the office door to the outside world. It's your time. And it's on us.

National experts are coming to you. Visit as many or as few as you wish over the next couple days. That's the beauty of it all.

But you do have to help yourself a bit by registering. We're heading toward your last chances to do so. Three sessions take place Wednesday and two Thursday. Then the opportunity to earn up to five FREE CE units will be gone for a while.

Is this type of thing for you? Do you encounter — in any way — legal, technical, wound care, lending, payment or quality issues in your job?  Then it's for you. To summarize, here are some highlights:

• Attend five free webcasts and earn up to five FREE Continuing Education Units

• Visit over 24 virtual booths

• Network live with colleagues

• Have lightning fast registration

• Enjoy a user-friendly experience 

• Become eligible to win prizes — just by registering 

And nobody will charge you for anything — not for carrying a bag, changing plans or even just wanting a comfortable seat.

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