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Attending the Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group? Great! Join Quest Software on the evening of Wednesday, February 20th for an after Hours Happy Hour. We will have an open bar and appetizers at the Kachina Southwestern Grill, located within The Westin Westminster Hotel.After a long day of training, unwind with a cold drink and good food on us. Click to Register.
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