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A Virtual Ghost Town

April 20, 2016

Old TucsonHey, before my Sales meeting in Phoenix I zipped down to Tucson to visit some of my old (yeah) stomping grounds including this little sitting area at Gates Pass, overlooking a beautiful desert floor and Old Tucson. The site has long been a movie studio, hosting films like Joe Kidd (1971) and The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) starring Clint Eastwood, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972) with Paul Newman, plus TV series including Little House on the Prairie (1977-1983) starring Michael Landon, and even Gunsmoke (1972-74)!

Anyway, from way up on that cliff my college friend and I used to precariously dwell, Old Tucson looks like a ghost town. A place that used to teem with fake bullets and real whiskey, but does no more. It’s kind of like a virtual conference that happened live in the past, but you were too busy to attend. Well, thanks to movie magic, you still can! Just sign up for Strategy and Tactics for Achieving Excellence with Your Kronos System and you’ll still have access to:

  • Three recorded webinars:  Learn the value of creating a roadmap for your Kronos system, explore the compelling financial reasons for moving your Kronos solution to the cloud, and see key new features in Workforce Central 8 in action.
  • An expo hall:  Kronos experts will answer your every question – whether you’re wondering about the costs associated with a move to the cloud or how to align Kronos with your current business practices, our experts are here to help – Just ask your question, and we’ll get back to you with an answer!
  • A full suite of learning resources: Learn about the wealth of information available through KnowledgePass, the Customer Portal, Advanced Testing Services and more.

C’mon in. We’re friendly types.

“Ordinarily, I’d take you in my court and try you and hang you.
But if you’ve got money for whiskey, I guess we can dispense
with those proceedings.” – Judge Roy Bean

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