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610.235.5158

Fees:
One Day: US$ 995
Both Days: US$ 1495

Location:
Penn State Great Valley Conference Center

Don't miss this opportunity to meet with Economy.com Chief Economist Mark Zandi, our top staff, and your colleagues from around the country to discuss those issues that are critical to your business today.

Presentations and interactive roundtable discussions will cover:

  • The need to plan today for the impact of changes in long-term productivity and demographics.
  • The growing imbalances of the current account balance and entitlement spending.
  • Oil's steady increase: How high will it go? When will it flow through to the consumer?
  • Risks to U.S. regional growth and thoughts on why the Midwest continues to lag.
  • Housing's continued strength and concerns over bubbles and higher interest rates.
  • The fiscal state of the federal, state, and local governments.
  • A consumer sector that may finally be reaching its limit.
  • A global economy that is enjoying a rebound, but faces many difficult choices and risks.

Special Guest Speaker: Peter Francese
We are excited to have Peter Francese as our special guest speaker. Peter is a widely recognized demographics and marketing expert. He started American Demographics magazine and speaks and writes frequently on consumer trends and customer behavior.

Thursday, May 5, 2005 Penn State, Great Valley

The first day of Economy.com's Outlook Conference will examine the economic outlook for the U.S. economy, the global economy, and for various U.S. industry and regional economies. Both the near-and long-term outlooks will be considered. The risks to the outlook will also be assessed.

8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Registration, Reception, and Continental Breakfast

8:30 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
Musser Auditorium
Welcome
Paul Getman, President and CEO


8:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Musser Auditorium
U.S. Economic Outlook
Mark M. Zandi, Chief Economist
The U.S. economy is experiencing sturdy growth with low inflation and interest rates. Prospects for this sanguine economic environment to continue are considered.

10:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Coffee Break


10:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
Musser Auditorium
The Long-Term U.S. Macroeconomic Outlook
Mark M. Zandi, Chief Economist
The outlook for the U.S. economy in the very long term is considered. A framework for understanding the outlook is provided.

11:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Musser Auditorium
Industry Roundtable

Moderated by Sophia Koropeckyj, Managing Director, Economy.com
Most industries continue to perform well, enjoying solid sales and profit growth. This session considers which industries are likely to maintain this good performance and which are more likely to falter. Industry performance in the long run is also assessed.

12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Buffet Lunch
Lunch will be available in the Main Lobby.


1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Musser Auditorium
Regional Roundtable
Moderated by Steven Cochrane, Managing Director, Economy.com
The economic expansion is evident from coast-to-coast. While conditions vary, regional economies are generally enjoying job and income gains. The near-and long-term prospects for regional economic performances are considered in this session.

3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Musser Auditorium
Perspectives
Peter Francese
Peter will give his perspective on demographic trends and their implications for household spending and behavior and the broader economy.

All Day (both days)
Main Lobby
Economy.com Product Demonstrations
Mark Gershman, Chief Technology Officer
Brett Hampson, Account Executive
Robin Heid, Senior Account Executive
John Higgins, Vice President, Marketing (Canada)
Steve Kiley, Director of Account Management
Michael Kubiak, Chief Sales Officer
Melissa Litton, Senior Sales Manager
Michael McDermott, Senior Account Executive
Robert Stewart, Director of Sales
Dick Williams, Chief Marketing Officer
Karl Zandi, Chief E-Commerce Officer

5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Reception at General Warren Inne
All conference attendees are invited for wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres.

6:30 p.m.
Dinner at General Warren Inne
Requires advance registration - attendance is limited.


Friday, May 6, 2005 Penn State, Great Valley

8:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Registration, Reception, and Continental Breakfast

C O N C U R R E N T S E S S I O N S

8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Musser Auditorium
Session I: Housing Market Outlook
Celia Chen, Director of Housing Economics, Economy.com
The booming housing market is reflected in surging homebuilding, home sales and house price growth. This session identifies the factors driving the housing market and what this implies for both near-and long-term housing market conditions.

Sanchez Suite (Room 105)
Session II: Fiscal Outlook

Augustine Faucher and Mark McMullen, Senior Economists, Economy.com
The federal fiscal situation remains bleak. Why and the prospects for any improvement will be discussed. The prospects and implications of Social Security reform and broader tax reform are considered. State and local government finances also remain under pressure. This session will consider the prospects for any long-lasting improvement.

9:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Coffee Break

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Musser Auditorium
Session III: Forecast Methodology
Moderated by Steven Cochrane, Managing Director, and Robert Dye, Senior Economist, Economy.com
There have been a number of substantial changes to the historical data used by Economy.com in its regional forecasting work. This session is a discussion of those changes and their implications for the regional forecasting process. Economy.com will also soon unveil a new state forecasting model system that will be described.

Sanchez Suite (Room 105)
Session IV: Consumer Outlook
Moderated by Scott Hoyt, Director of Consumer Economics, Economy.com

U.S. consumers have long been the driving force in U.S. and even global growth. There are growing signs of stress, however. Saving is at a record low and the spending share of GDP is near a record high. What are the prospects that U.S. consumers become less aggressive? Will the aging population weigh on long-term spending growth?

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Musser Auditorium
Global Roundtable
Mark M. Zandi, Chief Economist, Economy.com
Global economic growth remains strong and inflation and interest rates low. This performance is threatened by developing imbalances that policymakers must soon address. Different scenarios are considered. Long-term global economic prospects are also evaluated.

12:00 noon
Adjourn

Speakers

Paul Getman, Executive Director

Paul Getman is executive director of Moody’s Analytics. Paul oversees the company’s business affairs and strategic planning. With more than 20 years of experience in consulting and research on economic issues, Paul has testified before government agencies and regularly gives speeches on the U.S. outlook for industry and trade groups, nonprofit organizations, and senior corporate management.

Paul has an MA in economics and has completed all but the dissertation requirements of a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.

Mark Zandi, Chief Economist

Mark M. Zandi is chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, where he directs economic research. Moody’s Analytics, a subsidiary of Moody’s Corp., is a leading provider of economic research, data and analytical tools. Dr. Zandi is a cofounder of the company Economy.com, which Moody’s purchased in 2005.

Dr. Zandi’s broad research interests encompass macroeconomics, financial markets and public policy. His recent research has focused on mortgage finance reform and the determinants of mortgage foreclosure and personal bankruptcy. He has analyzed the economic impact of various tax and government spending policies and assessed the appropriate monetary policy response to bubbles in asset markets.

A trusted adviser to policymakers and an influential source of economic analysis for businesses, journalists and the public, Dr. Zandi frequently testifies before Congress on topics including the economic outlook, the nation’s daunting fiscal challenges, the merits of fiscal stimulus, financial regulatory reform, and foreclosure mitigation.

Dr. Zandi conducts regular briefings on the economy for corporate boards, trade associations and policymakers at all levels. He is on the board of directors of MGIC, the nation’s largest private mortgage insurance company, and The Reinvestment Fund, a large CDFI that makes investments in disadvantaged neighborhoods. He is often quoted in national and global publications and interviewed by major news media outlets, and is a frequent guest on CNBC, NPR, Meet the Press, CNN, and various other national networks and news programs.

Dr. Zandi is the author of Paying the Price: Ending the Great Recession and Beginning a New American Century, which provides an assessment of the monetary and fiscal policy response to the Great Recession. His other book, Financial Shock: A 360º Look at the Subprime Mortgage Implosion, and How to Avoid the Next Financial Crisis, is described by the New York Times as the “clearest guide” to the financial crisis.

Dr. Zandi earned his BS from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and his PhD at the University of Pennsylvania. He lives with his wife and three children in the suburbs of Philadelphia.

Celia Chen

Celia Chen is a senior director of the Moody’s Analytics research staff, specializing in housing economics. Celia manages the Moody’s Analytics regional house price forecast models, develops proprietary housing market indicators, and writes extensively about housing issues. Based in the West Chester PA office, Celia has participated in numerous consulting projects, including econometric modeling of regional house price forecasts, consumer lending, and mortgage lending.

Celia speaks regularly at Moody’s client conferences and has provided economic commentary on Wall Street Radio, Bloomberg, and CNBC. Celia completed her PhD at the University of Pennsylvania, with a concentration in econometrics and international finance. She holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Barnard College.

Steven Cochrane

Steven G. Cochrane is managing director of Moody’s Analytics, where he directs the research and development activities of the research staff. Steve’s research specialty is regional economics and he manages the U.S. regional forecasting service. Steve also edits the Regional Financial Review, the firm’s monthly publication that analyzes U.S. macro, regional, industry and international trends. Steve has been an analyst with Moody’s Analytics since 1993. He earned a PhD in regional science at the University of Pennsylvania and is a Penn Institute for Urban Research Scholar. Steve earned a master's degree at the University of Colorado at Denver, and a bachelor's degree at the University of California at Davis.

Robert A. Dye
Dr. Dye is a Senior Economist at Economy.com. He directs the model development project for state and metropolitan area econometric models.
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Dr. Dye forecasts the Tennessee and Georgia economies for Economy.com. He also manages the Presidential Election Forecasting Project.Dr. Dye received his Ph.D. in Energy Management and Policy from the University of Pennsylvania in 1988 and his bachelor's degree in Petroleum Engineering from Marietta College in 1982.
Augustine Faucher

Augustine Faucher is director of macroeconomics for Moody’s Analytics. Gus edits the firm’s flagship Précis Macro publication, covering the U.S. economy, and helps run the Moody’s Analytics computer model of the U.S. economy. He covers U.S. fiscal, regulatory and monetary policy, and contributes to the U.S./Canada edition of the Dismal Scientist web site. He also covers the Massachusetts and Utah economies. Gus gives regular talks on the U.S. economic outlook. He is a frequent guest on CNBC, Fox Business Network, and CN8 Money Matters Today, and is often quoted by international, U.S. and regional news outlets. He has also appeared on the CBS Evening News and public radio's All Things Considered and Marketplace.

Gus was a senior economist for six years at the U.S. Treasury Department and taught at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He earned a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, with concentrations in labor economics and public economics. He received an A.B. in economics from Cornell University.

Peter Francese
Peter Francese is a widely recognized expert in consumer demographics. He started American Demographics Magazine and speaks and writes frequently on consumer trends and customer behavior. He is also the author of Marketing Know-How and co-author of Capturing Customers and Health Care Consumers. His newest book Marketing Insights  was published in May of this year.

Francese was also the creator and author of a newspaper column called “People Patterns”, which reported on demographic trends for a business audience. People Patterns had been syndicated in about 50 newspapers and appeared monthly in the six regional editions of The Wall Street Journal. He currently writes a weekly syndicated newspaper column called “The Marketing Advisor” and a monthly column called “Trend Ticker” for American Demographics magazine. Francese is the recipient of the Silver Bell Award from the Advertising Council for distinguished public service and has served on their Advisory Committee for Public Issues. He holds a graduate degree from Cornell University and has served two terms on the University President’s Council.

The author lives and works in Exeter, NH can be reached at [email protected]
To obtain a copy of Marketing Insights visit your local bookstore, call 888-787-8100 or visit the publishers web site.
Scott Hoyt

Scott Hoyt is senior director of consumer economics for Moody's Analytics. He is responsible for the firm’s consumer forecasts and analysis, assists in the production of its U.S. economic forecast, and is a regular contributor to the Economy.com web site and a regular speaker at our client conferences. He is a lead analyst for CreditForecast.com

Before joining Moody’s Analytics, Dr. Hoyt spent five years as an economist for J.C. Penney, where he did extensive work in the company's credit department. He received his PhD and MA in economics from the University of Pennsylvania and his BA summa cum laude from Bates College.

Sophia Koropeckyj

Sophia Koropeckyj is a managing director for Moody’s Analytics. Sophia oversees the firm's publications and consulting projects, edits many of the publications, trains new staff members, and gives presentations to clients and trade groups. She covers labor markets, auto-related industries, and the midwestern economy. Based in West Chester PA, Sophia has been with Moody’s Analytics since 1994. Previously, she worked as an economist for the Great Lakes Trade Adjustment Assistance Center and WEFA. Sophia has completed all but the dissertation portion of her doctoral studies in economics at the University of Michigan. She earned a master’s degree in finance at Drexel University and a bachelor’s degree in economics and history at the University of Pennsylvania.

Mark McMullen
Mark McMullen is Director of Government Consulting at Moody's Economy.com.  He covers the fiscal condition of state and local government, and the role that state budgets play in the broader economy. He has developed numerous statistical models investigating industry and public sector topics, statewide growth, demographics, and trade, including Moody's Economy.com’s state revenue forecasting system.  His duties also include coverage of the semiconductor industry, producer prices, and the state of Oregon.  Mark holds a B.A. in Economics from Pomona College, and an M.A. and is A.B.D. in Economics from the from the University of Pennsylvania.
Conference Location:
The conference is held at Penn State Great Valley's Conference Center approximately 40 minutes outside of Philadelphia. Attendees flying in to attend the conference will fly into the Philadelphia airport.
Special hotel and travel information is available here.

Penn State Great Valley Conference Center
30 E. Swedesford Road
Malvern, PA 19355
Telephone: 610.648.3209
Fax: 610.889.1334
Detailed Area Map


Directions to Penn State Conference Facility
Directions to Homewood Suites from:

PHILADELPHIA/30-STREET STATION: Take the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) West to Route 202 South towards West Chester. Take Route 202 South to the Great Valley/Route 29 North Exit. At the first light, turn left onto Swedesford Road. Then take the first left turn into Penn State Great Valley.

SOUTH JERSEY: Take the New Jersey Turnpike North to Exit 6, the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Follow the Turnpike West to Exit 326, Valley Forge. Follow signs for Route 202 South/West Chester Exit 328. Continue on Route 202 South to the Great Valley Exit (Route 29 North). At the first light, turn left onto Swedesford Road. Then take the first left turn into Penn State Great Valley.

PHILADELPHIA AIRPORT: Take I-95 South to 476 North. Follow 476 North to the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) West to Route 202 South. Take Route 202 South to the Great Valley/Route 29 North Exit. At the first light, turn left onto Swedesford Road. Then take the first left turn into Penn State Great Valley.

WILMINGTON & POINTS SOUTH: Take I-95 North to Route 202 North. Follow Route 202 North to the Great Valley/Route 29 Exit. Turn right at the end of the ramp and turn right again at the light onto Route 29 North.Continue to the next traffic light and turn right onto Swedesford Road. Continue approximately 2/10s of a mile to Penn State Great Valley on the right.

NEW YORK & POINTS NORTH: Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 6, the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Follow the Turnpike West to Exit 326, Valley Forge. Take Route 202 South to the Great Valley/Route 29 North Exit. At the first light, turn left onto Swedesford Road. Then take the first left turn into Penn State Great Valley.

HARRISBURG & POINTS WEST: Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike to Exit 326 at Valley Forge. Follow signs for Route 202 South/West Chester Exit 328. Continue on Route 202 South to the Great Valley Exit (Route 29 North). At the first light, turn left onto Swedesford Road. Then take the first left turn into Penn State Great Valley.

Directions to Hampton Inn/Sheraton from:



PHILADELPHIA/30-STREET STATION:
 Take the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) West to Route 202 South towards West Chester. Take Route 202 South to the Route 30 East (Frazer) Exit. At the traffic light, turn left and go approximately 1/8 mile and the Inn is on the left just past the Sheraton.

SOUTH JERSEY: Take I-95 North to the exit for Route 322 West to US Route 1 South. Follow Rt 1 South to Route 202 North. Continue on Route 202 North to the Route 30 East Exit. At the traffic light turn right and the Inn is on the left just past the Sheraton. Caution: Route 202 separates just past the HolidayInn. Make sure you stay to the right.

PHILADELPHIA AIRPORT: Take I-95 South to 476 North. Follow 476 North to the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) West to Route 202 South. Take Route 202 South to the Route 30 East (Frazer) Exit. At the traffic light turn left and go approximately 1/8 mile and the Inn is on the left just past the Sheraton.

WILMINGTON & POINTS SOUTH: Take I-95 North to West Chester Route 202 North. Continue on Route 202 North to the Route 30 East Exit. At the traffic light turn right and the Inn is on the left just past the Sheraton. Caution: Route 202 separates just past the HolidayInn. Make sure you stay to the right.

NEW YORK & POINTS NORTH: Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 6, the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Follow the Turnpike West to Exit 326, Valley Forge. Take Route 202 South to the Route 30 East (Frazer) Exit. At the traffic light turn left and go approximately 1/8 mile and the Inn is on the left just past the Sheraton.

HARRISBURG & POINTS WEST: Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike West to Exit 326, Valley Forge. Take Route 202 South to the Route 30 East (Frazer) Exit. At the traffic light turn left and go approximately 1/8 mile and the Inn is on the left just past the Sheraton.

Directions to The Desmond from:


PHILADELPHIA/30-STREET STATION: Take the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) West to Route 202 South towards West Chester. Take Route 202 South to the Great Valley/Route 29 North Exit. At the end of the ramp, proceed through the light onto Liberty Blvd. The Hotel will be on the right.

SOUTH JERSEY: Take I-95 North to the exit for Route 322 West to US Route 1 South. Follow Rt 1 South to Route 202 North. Take Route 202 North to the Great Valley/Route 29 North Exit. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Matthews Road. Turn right at next light onto Route 29 North. Turn right at 2nd light ont Liberty Blvd. Hotel will be on the left.

PHILADELPHIA AIRPORT: Take I-95 South to 476 North. Follow 476 North to the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) West to Route 202 South. Take Route 202 South to the Great Valley /Route 29 North Exit. At the end of the ramp, proceed through the light onto Liberty Blvd. The Hotel will be on the right.

WILMINGTON & POINTS SOUTH: Take I-95 North to Route 202 North. Follow Route 202 North to the Great Valley/Route 29 Exit. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Matthews Road. Turn right at next light onto Route 29 North. Turn right at second light ont Liberty Blvd. Hotel will be on the left.

NEW YORK & POINTS NORTH: Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 6, the Pennsylvania Turnpike extension. Follow the Turnpike West to Exit 326, Valley Forge. Take Route 202 South to the Great Valley/Route 29 North Exit. At the end of the ramp, proceed through the light onto Liberty Blvd. The Hotel will be on the right.

HARRISBURG & POINTS WEST: Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike East to Exit 326, Valley Forge. Take Route 202 South to the Great Valley/Route 29 North Exit. At the end of the ramp, proceed through the light onto Liberty Blvd. The Hotel will be on the right.

Directions to General Warren Inne from:


PENN STATE: Take Route 29 South to Route 30. At light, make a left onto Route 30. Go under the railroad bridge and at the light go right onto Old Lincoln Highway - you’ll see a sign for the Inne. Take the first right onto Old Lancaster Highway and you’ll see the Inne.

Directions to Phila. International Airport from:


PENN STATE: Take Route 202 South to Route 1. Turn left onto Route 1 for approximately 1/2 mile. Turn right onto Route 322 for approximately 5 miles. Take the left exit onto I-95 North for approximately 5 miles. The Philadelphia International Airport will be on the right. Caution: Route 202 separates just past the Matlack Street exit. Stay left on Route 202 South.

Hotels
We have reserved a block of rooms for the nights of May 4 and May 5 at the following hotels, which are within minutes of the conference facility location.

Homewood Suites
12 E. Swedesford Rd
Malvern, PA 19355
610.296.3500
$149.00/night
Directions

Desmond Great Valley
One Liberty Blvd.
Malvern, PA 19355
610.296.9800
$139.00/night
Directions

Sheraton Great Valley
707 E. Lancaster Ave.
Frazer, PA 19355
610.524.5500
$129.00/night
Directions

Hampton Inn
635 Lancaster Ave.
Frazer, PA 19355
610.699.1300
$104.00/night
Directions


 

All four hotels are about 45 minutes from Philadelphia International Airport. You can call the hotels directly and mention Economy.com to get the special rate, or call us with your credit card information and we will make your reservation. The reservation deadline for both Homewood Suites and The Desmond Hotel is April 13th. The reservation deadline for both the Sheraton Hotel and Hampton Inn is April 18. This is a very busy time for this area, please reserve your room as soon as possible.

Homewood Suites is adjacent to Penn State and has spacious suites with separate living and sleeping areas, voice mail messaging system and data ports, indoor pool, exercise center, kitchens, complimentary continental breakfast/light evening meal, and free local phone calls and shuttle service.
Desmond Great Valley is located just across the street from Penn State and is a full service hotel. The rooms have complimentary high speed internet access and room service. The hotel also has an indoor pool, exercise facility, full service restaurant and pub for cocktails and casual dining. This hotel is new on our recommended list. To view, go to
 www.desmondgv.com.
Sheraton Great Valley is about one mile from Penn State and is a full-service hotel. The rooms have a voice mail messaging system and data ports, an indoor pool which is open nights and weekends, an exercise facility, full service restaurant and lounge, room service, and free local shuttle service. Reservations can be made by calling 888.627.8166.

Ground Transportation
Train Station to Hotels/Penn State

Various cab services are available at Philadelphia 30th Street Train Station to take you to the hotels or Penn State. Prices vary, but some services, such as Elite Best (610.212.4523) will give you a fixed rate of $65 for a town car that will hold four people. Reservations are needed and they accept major credit cards.

Airport to Hotels

Reservations can be made with Paoli Limousine Service (610.647.5466) to bring you to these hotels from Philadelphia International Airport ($28.00 one way--Cab fares are approximately $60-$70). The service stops at each baggage terminal at 5 minutes after the hour from 8:15 a.m. to 9:15 p.m, Monday-Friday (every other hour on weekends), however reservations must be made in advance. When you arrive at the airport proceed to baggage claim and call 800.640.7428. Paoli Limousine service will tell you where to wait. Payment can be made by cash or check. Credit cards are accepted at the rate of $31.00.

Hotels to Penn State Great Valley

Homewood Suites guests can walk next door to the conference at Penn State. If you are attending the dinner at the General Warren Inne on May 5th and need return transportation back to the hotel, please notify the hotel and they will make the arrangements.
Desmond Great Valley has a shuttle service available due to the four lane highway that you need to cross. They will run the service from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Sheraton Great Valley has a complimentary shuttle you can reserve to take you to the conference facility. If needed, reserve the shuttle when you arrive at the hotel.

Hampton Inn guests can call American Cab for transportation to the conference facility. Please call the night before the conference to reserve a cab for the next morning (610.647.1354). Reservations are needed.

Penn State to Airport

You can either reserve Paoli Limousine Service (610.647.5466) or we can reserve a cab for you. Paoli Limousine Service stops at all hotels and Penn State.

Penn State Great Valley Campus

The May 5 and 6 meetings will be held at Penn State’s Great Valley Campus (Safeguard Scientifics Building), 30 East Swedesford Road in Malvern. This is not Penn State’s main campus; it is an extension campus and is very close to the above hotels. The conference facility number is: 610.648.3209. Fax service is available at: 610.725.5317, care of Mary Wood.
 

General Warren Inne

The historic General Warren Inne is located in the heart of Chester County on West Old Lancaster Highway in Malvern (610.296.3637), very close to the meeting site. The dinner is scheduled for May 5, starting with beer, wine and hors d’oeuvres at 5:00 and then dinner at 6:30. This dinner will sell out so let us know as soon as possible if you wish to attend.
 

Map/Directions

Click here for an area map (needs Adobe Acrobat Reader to view), or here for directions.


If you need any additional information or help with your trip, please contact Mary Wood at 610.235.5158 or [email protected].

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Dates
May 5 and 6, 2005

Venue
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