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Home > Conferences and Training > Conference Advertising > 2009 National Conference Advertising

 
 

2009 National Conference Take-One Exhibiting

Introduction

Can't be with us, but have a message for the leaders in child welfare? Send fliers or brochures for the Take-One table, strategically located next to conference Registration.

General Terms

Specific Information

  • Deadline:  None

  • Cost:  $200.00 per different item
    Make Check Payable To: CWLA

  • Shipping Instructions:
    • Clearly label all boxes.
    • Ship by traceable means.
    • Leftover items will not be returned.
    • Materials should arrive no earlier than Thursday, February 19, 2009.
    • Ship to:
      CWLA Take-One Exhibit, February 23-25, 2009
      Attention: Karen Dunn
      c/o Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
      2660 Woodley Road NW
      Washington DC 20008

  • Return payment with form to:
    2009 CWLA National Conference
    Attn: Karen Dunn
    2345 Crystal Drive, Suite 250
    Arlington, VA 22202

Reserve Space

Questions? Call 703/412-2416; e-mail kdunn@cwla.org; or fax 703/412-2401, attention Karen Dunn.


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