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AAIA Board and Committee Meeting Dates Have Changed

AAIA has moved the dates of its upcoming summer board and committee meetings to allow members more time at home during this busy season full of holidays and events. AAIA has negotiated with the Renaissance Hotel in Chicago to move the dates of the board and committee meetings in September to start on Wednesday, Sept. 8, rather than on Thursday, Sept. 9, and to conclude on Friday afternoon, Sept. 10.

BETHESDA, MD — AAIA has moved the dates of its upcoming summer board and committee meetings to allow members more time at home during this busy season full of holidays and events.

AAIA has negotiated with the Renaissance Hotel in Chicago to move the dates of the board and committee meetings in September to start on Wednesday, Sept. 8, rather than on Thursday, Sept. 9, and to conclude on Friday afternoon, Sept. 10. Initially, the meetings were scheduled over the weekend, Sept. 9-11, immediately following Labor Day and preceding the Automechanika and Rosh Hashanah weekends.

AAIA noted that a packet with complete details will be mailed to members soon.

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