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MHEDA 2013 Annual Convention
California, United States - May 4th to 8th
Conference / congress

In today’s competitive world, every day is Game Day. You must be ready to show up with your best plays and sharpest strategy from the beginning. MHEDA’s Convention gives you the opportunity to get energized, network with your peers and learn how to stand out from the competition.

We invite you to attend this value-filled industry event on May 4-8, 2013 for quality education on variety of topics. When you attend a MHEDA Convention, you will get the latest information on industry trends and best practices to help improve operations and impact your bottom line. You will also make new relationships and partnerships will be strengthened.

Roll-up your sleeves and get ready, because now is the time to Get Your Game On at MHEDA 2013 Annual Convention.

May 4th to 8th

JW Marriott Desert Springs - Palm Desert, CA

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