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MHEDA 60th Convention & Exhibitors Showcase
Texas, United States - April 18th to 22nd
Conference / congress

Join MHEDA and hundreds of industry professionals for four days of quality education where MHEDA will shine the spotlight on your people and the changes happening in today's workplace.

When you attend a MHEDA Convention, you get the latest information on industry trends and best practices to help improve operations and impact your bottom line. The 2015 Convention theme is 'Culture that Rocks' and we'll uncover better business practices as it relates to management, recruiting, selling, demographics, technology and values.

Date(s):
April 18th to 22nd

Venue:
JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa

Contact for booking / more info:
connect@mheda.org

http://www.mheda.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=1955
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