NEWARK, Del. -- The Produce Marketing Association is expecting its biggest turnout ever for the 47th annual PMA convention and exposition, scheduled for Oct. 13 to 15 in Atlanta. The trade show, with a theme of "Setting the Pace," will also mark the end of an era for PMA, which is based here. Bob Carey, PMA's long-time president, will retire and hand over the reins of the trade group to his successor at the show. "We'll be introducing the new president in Atlanta," said Lee Mannering, ...
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