Tuesday Morning Exhibit Hall Break: "Taste of Chicago"

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Tuesday Morning Exhibit Hall Break: "Taste of Chicago"


Tuesday, August 3, 2004

9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. * Navy Pier Chicago Convention Center

Savor the fun and excitement of Chicago right in the Exhibit Hall during ACA's Tuesday Morning Break, "Taste of Chicago." While enjoying a delicious breakfast, take in all the sights and sounds of this great city, as you make a tour from one exhibit booth to the next gathering up information. From its undeniable charisma and style to its world-famous sports teams like the Cubs and the Bulls, Chicago has what it takes to satisfy any yearning. So come to the Exhibit Hall and enjoy the view.

Many thanks to our Sponsors, Allied Tube & Conduit Corporation, ARAMARK Correctional Services, Inc. and Caddell Construction Co., Inc., for this panoramic event.

ALLIED TUBE & CONDUIT CORPORATION

16100 South Lathrop Avenue

Harvey, IL 60426-6021

(708) 339-5081

Fax: (708) 331-2301

E-mail: barbedtape@alliedtube.com

Web Site: www.razorribbon.com

Contact: Carmen Samara, Sales Manager

Allied Tube & Conduit, a Tyco International Company, is the world's leading manufacturer of barbed tape products such as RAZOR RIBBON, INSTABARRIER, and DETAINER HOOK BARB. RAZOR RIBBON[R] barbed tape products, along with INSTABARRIER[R] and DETAINER HOOK BARB[R], have been supplied to security installations on six continents, and are internationally recognized as the industry standard in terms of both quality and design. Allied Tube manufactures high-strength fence framework sold under the brand name of SS-40[R], the most widely used fence framework for security perimeter fencing in the United States. Allied Tube's technical staff is available to provide design assistance for any security application. Assistance has been provided by the company's staff to virtually every corrections department in the country, including the Federal Bureau of Prisons, all branches of the military and foreign governments. Be sure to talk with Allied Tube representatives at booth 1210.

ARAMARK CORRECTIONAL SERVICES, INC.

1801 South Meyers Road, Suite 300

Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

(800) 777-7090

Fax: (630) 568-2603

E-mail: jameson-dan@aramark.com

Web Site: www.aramark.com

Contact: Daniel E. Jameson, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing

Working in partnership for more than 28 years with state, county and community correctional facilities and detention centers, ARAMARK Correctional Services, Inc. continues to lead the corrections marketplace in support service management. ARAMARK's tightly managed, customized programs help prisons and jails contain costs, increase efficiency, improve quality, meet ACA and other applicable standards and offer inmate vocational training. ARAMARK Correctional Services works in collaboration with jail and correctional administrators to provide cost-effective food service management, state-of-the-art commissary programs and comprehensive facility/building maintenance services, reducing the burden on your operation. …

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