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Eastern Ergonomics Conference, June 24 in New York City; New One-Day Format, Focus on Core Ergonomics Education
Date:4/1/2008

c. 2 - 5, 2008 where they can build on the basics learned at the EEC. The NECE is the largest ergonomics event in the U.S. with 80+ educational opportunities, and thousands of products on display at the Expo, which includes 3M, Ansell, Fellowes, Herman Miller, Power Pusher by NuStar, Steelcase, Thermo Fischer Scientific, and others.

For more information including the Conference schedule, session descriptions, speaker bios, and registration form visit http://www.ErgoExpo.com or email information@ergoexpo.com. Please note that seating for the EEC is limited.

Contact: Lenore Kolb, VP - Sales & Marketing

Continental Exhibitions, Inc.

P: 212-370-5005 x23, Email: lkolb@ergoexpo.com


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