We have 'set the stage' to set you apart at the 7th Annual Dental Managers Conference
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I would like to personally invite you to join us at the 7th Annual Dental Managers Conference. We listen to our attendees and we have taken every effort to take all of your feedback from past conferences to make 2011 our best year yet. Don't miss this opportunity to set yourself apart. I hope to see you in Nashville, Tenn.
- Heather Colicchio, AADOM president.
Our International Keynote Speaker is Kathy Metaxas and we have a superstar lineup of speakers. The 2011 educational course lineup includes:
Register now to take advantage of early registration pricing.
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