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"Great Markets, Great Cities" 6th International Public MarketsConference

  • Subject: [cg] "Great Markets, Great Cities" 6th International Public MarketsConference
  • From: "Fred Kent" fredkent@pps.org
  • Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2005 12:53:06 -0400
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  • Thread-topic: "Great Markets, Great Cities" 6th International Public Markets Conference

Project for Public Spaces (www.pps.org) is happy to announce our 6th
International Public Markets Conference, "Great Markets, Great Cities"
in Washington DC, October 28-31, 2005. Please post on your calendar and
forward to any interested parties.

Any inquiries, please contact Isla Meynell at isla@pps.org or

What:   "Great Markets, Great Cities" 6th International Public Markets

When:   October 28 - October 31

Where: Washington, DC

How:     Register now at: www.pps.org/markets/markets_news/6th_markets


Over 300 International participants are expected for this unique
three-day event which brings together community advocates, accomplished
market managers and visionary leaders to explore the changing forces
that are shaping public markets and farmers markets around the world,
now and in the future. Conference fee: $495/delegate. Fee includes tours
to markets in Washington and Baltimore, interactive workshop and
breakout sessions, international market exhibits, and the 2005 Great
Public Market Awards Reception at The Mayflower Hotel.

Shin-pei Tsay

Director of Marketing

Project for Public Spaces

700 Broadway, 4th Floor

New York, NY 10003

(212) 620-5660

http://www.pps.org <http://www.pps.org/>

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