December 01, 1999
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts December 1999

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On the SpotHow sick are you of the millennium?

“The big millennium issue, I guess, is Y2K, but I tend to ignore most of it. The businesses that we’re dealing with are much bigger than we are, and if they’re not concerned with it, then why should I be?”
M. Paige Marmorino
Meetings & Database Manager
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
Alexandria, Va.

“The millennium doesn’t even begin until next year, and it’s already overdone. I haven’t heard anything about the millennium that shocks me, though. We are such a marketing-oriented country, so I guess it’s smart to use that as a promotional theme. Someone gave me a millennium clock that has been counting down since I got it. I hope the face peels off so I can use it next year. If not, I guess I’ll have to trash it.”
Thomas McLean
Executive Director, Programs
USA Track & Field
“Actually, I’m not sick of it yet. We’ve used a ‘Millennium Madness’ theme for our annual events this year both for the attorneys and the paralegals and legal assistants and it’s been very successful. We’re already working on a theme for next year’s events, though, and it will definitely change.”
Cindy Noland
Project Administrator
Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund Inc.
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