If you are attending the Salesforce Community event, Tahoe Dreamin, you will not want to miss these great Saturday adventures!!
We get group discounts for skiing and snowboarding (including lessons) from Heavenly. Heavenly is walking distance from Harrah’s and Harveys.
To sign-up for the discounted ticket, fill out this form. It also includes pricing Deadline is 10am Monday Jan. 16h – https://goo.gl/forms/bUxdxNJB0taFTwVx2
If you need to rent equipment, you can use the following URL which gives our event some discounts – http://www.rentskis.com/TahoeDreamin
Not wanting to ski or snowboard? You can still ride the Gondola to the top and see beautiful view of the lake and mountains.
To sign-up for the discounted Gondola ticket, fill out this form. It also includes pricing Deadline is 10am Monday Jan. 16h – https://goo.gl/forms/bUxdxNJB0taFTwVx2
A group of people will be going on a snowmobile tour. We have already purchased group tickets. If you are interested in going on this snowmobile tour, you can sign-up on the web. Tickets might be limited on what they still have available – http://www.zephyrcove.com/things-to-do/snowmobile-tours/
Cruise of Lake Tahoe
We didn’t get enough people to book as a group, but if you would like to do a cruise of the lake you can sign-up directly on their website. Currently a group of about 7 people are going. http://www.zephyrcove.com/cruises/cruise-schedule/
Saturday is a great day to continue to network. On top of the above, some people will just relax and hang out together at the hotel. Or take a walk down to the shopping area near by.
Be sure not to miss ZynBit’s session on Friday at 11AM!
Houdini Admin: The Art of Making Salesforce Invisible to Increase Adoption
As a Salesforce Admin, high utilization and adoption is a major achievement. 85% of Salesforce Users identify data entry as the worst part of their day. In this session, we will look at ways increase adoption by identifying Salesforce users’ work habits and providing tools to make Salesforce invisible inside of their daily routine. To bring users in, go where they go!