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UPF&DA Spring Conference Set For April 26-27 in San Antonio

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The annual conference brings together nearly 100 product manufacturers and distributors to discuss a variety of industry issues.

| February 28, 2011

The United Producers, Formulators & Distributors Association (UPF&DA) Spring Conference will be held April 26-27 at the Westin La Cantera Resort in San Antonio, Texas

The annual conference brings together nearly 100 product manufacturers and distributors to discuss a variety of industry issues.

This year’s program features a Board of Directors meeting, 18-hole golf tournament, two evening receptions, and a general membership meeting, as well as various educational sessions. Rooms at the Westin La Cantera Resort are available at a special UPF&DA Spring Conference rate of $179 per night until April 4. To make a reservation, call 800/937-8461.

Be sure to visit PCTOnline for a photo review and editorial coverage of this important industry event next month.
 

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