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YNOT Summit Registration Opens

Registration for is open all the time

SAN FRANCISCO – Registration for adult industry trade show YNOT Summit has opened online, with discounted prices for those who register by May 1. After May 1, all-access badges will rise from $99.99 to $179.99. Attendees who choose to register at the show site will pay $249.99.

YNOT Summit will take place June 23-25 at the Golden Gateway Hotel in downtown San Francisco, offering attendees the industry leading classes, seminars and hands-on workshops they’ve come to expect from the longest-running gathering designed to address educational and networking needs specific to online adult entertainment professionals. Launched in 1997 as Cybernet Expo, the event changed its name this year to reflect more accurately the true nature of the experience. The 2011 summit has been enhanced with new activities designed to facilitate business networking in entertaining and innovative ways.

Despite the enhancements, prices remain affordable.

“We are committed to making YNOT Summit the most affordable trade show in the adult internet industry, both for our sponsors and for our attendees,” said LAJ, vice president of parent company YNOT Group LLC. “Lower costs mean more people can participate, plus better return on investment for all who attend.”

“Our venue is affordable too, meaning you can get hotel rooms, badges, food and plane tickets for less than it costs just for the hotel rooms alone at some other events,” he added, noting that hotel rooms are discounted by about 65 percent for attendees who register for the group rate using the link on the summit’s website:

According to YNOT Group President Connor Young, “It’s been an extremely positive year for YNOT, and we are very thankful to all of our supporters and sponsors who have been so supportive of YNOT Summit. We expect the 2011 show to be a nice mix of brand-new faces and longtime friends, and we’re adding new networking events to make it easier than ever for attendees to leave San Francisco with new business on the hook.

“San Francisco is a beautiful and exciting city, very friendly to adult businesses, and the cool weather makes it a perfect summer escape from the blazing temperatures that are expected in most other parts of the U.S. in June,” he added. “A lot of attendees add a day or two to their trips, just to spend a little time exploring the city and taking in the sights.”

Schedules and other information are available at

The online registration interface can be found at:

YNOT Summit sponsors include EPG Bill,, MojoHost, Red Light Center, JuicyAds, NETbilling and Eric M. Bernstein & Associates LLC. For sponsorship information, contact [email protected].


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