WASHINGTON -- The Food Marketing Institute (FMI) will cast its model for a 21st century trade show in Chicago, May 5 to 7, 2002, by offering attendees "enhanced quality, greater flexibility and depth of coverage," said Michael Sansolo, senior vice president of education, research and industry relations. This will be accomplished with new features designed to add value to the convention or components that have been fine-tuned to make the meeting more productive and efficient for attendees. ...
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