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Location Dates Attendance

Aboutface USA Tuscany Suites July 20-26 180

Allregs Planet Hollywood Resort July 20-22 20

Corporate Event Marketing Association Red Rock Resort July 20-22 300

National Energy Education Development Project Flamingo July 20-24 180

Unfinished Furniture Association Rio July 20-22 300

2008 Leadership Meeting Imperial Palace July 21-24 30

Home and Garden Party Caesars Palace July 21-24 3,000

John E. Reid and Associates Harrah’s July 21-23 75

South Altlantic Coast Golden Nugget July 21-24 300

Dangerous Goods Advisory Council Hampton Inn Tropicana July 22-24 60

Mega Group USA Paris Las Vegas July 22-28 1,000

Mike Ferry Organization MGM Grand July 22-25 4,500

Young Israel Achva West Tuscany Suites July 22-24 160

Association of California Insurance Cos. Wynn Las Vegas July 23-25 194

Cruise Lines International Association Rio July 23-26 125

The Grantmaking School — AGPM I, Las Vegas The Platinum July 23-25 300

Ticket Summit The Venetian July 23-25 800

United Federation of Doll Clubs Bally’s July 23-Aug. 3 1,500

Macropod Informational Exchange Alexis Park July 24-28 150

American College of Addictionology/Compulsive Disorders Imperial Palace July 26-27 50

National Doll Festival Tuscany Suites July 26-31 1,000

SOURCE: Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (www.visitlasvegas.com)

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