? About Ices Conventions

Decorating By cakedivamommy Updated 19 Jan 2009 , 5:33am by TexasSugar

cakedivamommy Posted 19 Jan 2009 , 5:04am
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I have tried looking on the ICES website but can not find an answer to my question. So, I came to CC to ask all of the knowledgeable people here! At the annual conventions I know that members can go but can you bring a guest that is not a member? My DH would like to go with me so he can better understand my passion. I am not sure if he would need to be a member or not to attend. If he does need to be a member then he will not be going! Thank you for any information.

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TexasSugar Posted 19 Jan 2009 , 5:33am
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Does he want to actually go to the demo's with you? If so, then yes I'd suggest he'd become a member, since it is cheaper that way, than to register as a non member.

If he doesn't go to the demo's with you and doesn't want to register, he can still be apart of several things. You can buy guest tickets for the Breakfast and Lunch and he can view the cakes when it is open to the public.

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