January 01, 2001
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts January 2001

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On the SpotWhat new destination is your meeting or event headed to this year?

“We’re off to Cambridge University in England, and more specifically, St. John’s College. This year our institute’s annual meeting is focusing on arts and communication, and there seems no better place to go. Cambridge is such a distinguished university, and the cultural advantages are enormous. Also, London is very close.”
Linda M. Kellander
Director of Administration
American Biographical Institute
Raleigh, N.C.

“Savannah, Ga. The biggest plus here is the city’s new convention center and its adjacent hotels. Everything is in one place, and the center can host the 1,200 to 1,500 people who attend our event. Apart from that, Savannah is both beautiful and historic, with great restaurants and attractive city squares.”
Elaine Mullen
Meeting Planner
Independent Jewelers Organization
Norwalk, Conn.
“We’re going to Santa Fe, N.M. It is artistically and culturally unique and very close to the Los Alamos National Laboratory, which is of great interest to our members. Our conference combines medical and aviation seminars.”
Patricia Nodecker
Executive Vice President
Flying Physicians Association
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