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CONVENTIONS

August 08, 1994

BALTIMORE

For more Baltimore convention information, call the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association at (410) 659-7300 within Maryland or (800) 343-3468 outside Maryland.

* Aug. 10-15 American Pet Products Manufacturers Association dealer showcase, Hyatt Regency. Contact: Jules Schwimmer, 511 Harwood Building, Scarsdale, N.Y. 10583. Expected attendance: 1,800.

* Aug. 19-21 Baltimore Summer Antiques Fair, Convention Center. Open to the public. Contact: Frank Farbenbloom, Box 1400, Rockville, Md. 20850. Expected attendance: 5,000

* Sep. 1-5 Baltimore Philatelic Society exposition, Hunt Valley Inn. Contact: Kalman Illyefalvi, 8207 Daren Court, Baltimore, Md. 21208. Expected attendance: 1,000

* Sep. 9-12 Natural Products Convention, Convention Center. Contact: Pam Breen, 1301 Spruce St., Boulder, Co. 80302. Expected attendance: 8,000

* Sep. 13-15 New Holland Supply Co. national showcase, Sheraton Inner Harbor. Contact: Duane Whitley, 710 W. Main St., New

Holland, Pa. 17557-0902. Expected attendance: 1,000

WASHINGTON

For more Washington area convention information, call the Washington, D.C., Convention and Visitors Association at (202) 789-7000.

* Aug. 10-12 Promotional Products Association International semiannual trade show, D.C. Convention Center. Contact: Mary Upton, (214) 580-0404. Estimated attendance: 4,000

* Aug. 21-25 American Chemical Society, Convention Center. Contact: Chris Pruitt (202) 872-4397. Estimated attendance: 14,000

* Aug. 21-26 Brotherhood of Painters & Allied Traders, Washington Hilton. Contact: Robert Welsh, (202) 637-0720. Estimated attendance: 1,200.

* Aug. 23-26 CACI Products annual meeting, Marriott Key Bridge. Contact: Winston Hait, (619) 457-9681. Estimated attendance: 350.

* Aug. 28-Sep. 1 Museum Computer Network, Washington Renaissance Hotel. Contact: Thomas Bower, (202) 357-1436, Estimated attendance: 300

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