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AED's Annual Meeting & CONDEX
Orlando FL, United States - 8th & 9th January 2004
Conference / congress

The Association of Leaders in Equipment Distribution ask you to join the equipment industry leaders who will exhibit their products, services and technology January 8-9, 2004 at AED's Annual Meeting & CONDEX. Or meet and greet the equipment industry's leading distributors at your company Hospitality Headquarters.  The list of companies which have reserved a place at the AED Annual Meeting & Condex are shown on the AED website.

Distributors attend the AED Annual Meeting & CONDEX to see what is new in the marketplace, to discuss their concerns with manufacturers and service providers, and to look for solutions.

Date(s):
8th & 9th January 2004

Venue:
Both The Peabody Orlando and The Rosen Centre Hotel will be co-headquarter locations.

Contact for booking / more info:
For more information about CONDEX, call Dave Gordon at 800-388-0650 ext. 334 or email dgordon@aednet.org . For information about a Hospitality Headquarters, call Janet Dixon at 800-388-0650 ext. 321 or email jdixon@aednet.org

http://www.aednet.org/aednews/index_full_story.cfm?id=397947
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