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Thirteen reasons you should go to ESC 2011 (Boston)

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BicycleBill
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re: Thirteen reasons you should go to ESC 2011 (Boston)
BicycleBill   9/7/2011 6:43:55 PM
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Flattery will get you everywhere, Brian!

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re: Thirteen reasons you should go to ESC 2011 (Boston)
Brian Fuller2   9/7/2011 4:33:38 PM
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How about two more, for a nice 15: 14. You can hang with Bill Schweber and enjoy donuts and design 15. You can check out the Chevy Volt and chat about the Drive for Innovation. (OK, shameless plug, but it's a cool car!) See you all there!

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