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Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership to Participate in 2009 Orthopedic Design & Technology Conference & Exhibition
Date:10/5/2009

The Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership (NEIRP) has announced it is a sponsor for this year’s 4th Annual Orthopedic Design & Tradeshow (ODT) Expo, held at the Grand Wayne Center in Fort Wayne, IN, October 6-8, 2009. NEIRP partners and staff will also be available to meet tradeshow attendees at booth #707 with information about the northeast Indiana business environment and the benefits the region has to offer to the medical device industry.

Fort Wayne, IN (Vocus) October 5, 2009 -- The Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership (NEIRP) has announced it is a sponsor for this year's 4th Annual Orthopedic Design & Tradeshow (ODT) Expo, held at the Grand Wayne Center in Fort Wayne, IN, October 6-8, 2009. NEIRP partners and staff will also be available to meet tradeshow attendees at booth #707 with information about the northeast Indiana business environment and the benefits the region has to offer to the medical device industry.

Regional Partnership staff members, including Project Manager Dale Buuck, will be on hand at the ODT Expo to share information about the region and meet with prospective companies. Economic development leaders representing northeast Indiana's 10 counties will also contribute additional assistance and support at NEIRP's booth and throughout the expo.

"Fort Wayne's interest and ability to bring industry leaders together and sponsor this expo is a prime example of the commitment northeast Indiana has to supporting the orthopedic industry," said John Sampson, President and CEO of the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership. "We as a
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