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Today is the Deadline for AWDA One-on-One WD Registrations

Today is the official deadline for warehouse distributors (WD) participating in the AWDA-AAIA Business/Education Conference to submit one-on-one meeting requests to the AAIA/AWDA headquarters. WD meeting requests will be compiled in the coming days and preliminary schedules sent to member manufacturers along with complete conference registration materials. Manufacturers will then have until Aug. 27 to request meetings with WDs. The final, consolidated one-on-one meeting schedules will be mailed in mid-September.

BETHESDA, MD — Today is the official deadline for warehouse distributors (WD) participating in the AWDA-AAIA Business/Education Conference to submit one-on-one meeting requests to the AAIA/AWDA headquarters.

WD meeting requests will be compiled in the coming days and preliminary schedules sent to member manufacturers along with complete conference registration materials. Manufacturers will then have until Aug. 27 to request meetings with WDs. The final, consolidated one-on-one meeting schedules will be mailed in mid-September.

The AWDA conference is scheduled for Oct. 31- Nov. 6, and includes attendance at all Industry Week trade shows. The one-on-one meetings and other conference events will be held in Las Vegas’ Venetian Hotel. All AWDA conference registrants should reserve their rooms using the AWDA forms included in the registration packets. Members who are not registering for the conference, but plan to attend Industry Week should reserve their rooms online at http://www.aapexshow.com/. Click on the “Attendee” button to reserve hotel rooms.

If you intend to participate in these valuable business conferences, but have not yet sent in your paperwork, please contact Rosemary Perry as soon as possible at 301-654-6664 or [email protected] .

Any questions specifically pertaining to the one-on-one meetings should be directed to Rosemary Hall at 816-361-6588 or [email protected] .

For other conference-related questions, contact Larry Northup at 301-654-6664 or [email protected] .

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