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Re: [802SEC] hotel cancellations

All – I have the following confirmation and explanation (which some of you may have gotten separately):


While we were preparing the statement for the cancellation, we expected we would have a new link and some steps to cancel the hotel reservations.

Then when we were working with the Hotel, they said that they could make it easy to cancel in bulk and not have to have all the phone calls to cancel the reservations.


Cancellation emails from the hotel started going out Friday, the email should include the text from the cancellation notice. If you note, the email from them includes the text from the Cancellation notice, and say something like:

“This is a record of your hotel reservation cancellation for the March 2020 IEEE 802 Plenary Session cancelled on Mar 6, 2020. Your Cancellation Number is XXXXXX-YYYYY. Please retain this number as evidence of cancellation”


Hotel Cancellations and the Meeting Registrations Cancellations will be processed with minimal/no effort on the part of the participants.


Thank you for your patience.  You may advise your participants that if they received such a cancellation notice form the hotel, with a cancellation number, their hotel reservation has been has been cancelled for them.  (if they did not receive such a notice, they should cancel their own reservation)




From: ***** IEEE 802 Executive Committee List ***** <> On Behalf Of George Zimmerman
Sent: Saturday, March 07, 2020 8:50 AM
Subject: [802SEC] hotel cancellations


FYI – it looks like the hotel is taking care of cancellations, at least for people who booked through the meeting website.  I am currently in the process of confirming this.  It may cause some confusion among our participants, since we told them they were responsible for their own cancellations.

When we get confirmation that this is the case, we will let you know.


George Zimmerman, Ph.D.

President & Principal

CME Consulting, Inc.

Experts in Advanced PHYsical Communications



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