This Week in St. Louis Business

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This Week in St. Louis Business


CONVENTIONS

(Estimated attendance in parentheses.)

Branson Fan Fair - Friday through Sunday, Holiday Inn-Convention Center. (5,000)

***** MEETINGS

Planning Forum - American Marketing Association - 5:30 p.m. today, Junior League of Clayton. Alfred Lynch, president and chief executive of JC Penney International, speaks on "Thinking Globally: Acting Locally." Information: Carla Bland, 259-1576.

American Association Of Individual Investors - 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sheraton Plaza at Westport. Juli Niemann, senior vice president of Huntleigh Securities Corp., speaks on "Investing Under Clintonomics." Information: John Seiner, 487-5251 or Loren Engel, 831-4108.

St. Louis Electrical Board - 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Ces & Judy's at LeChateau, 10405 Clayton Road. Diana Stewart of the Missouri Merchants and Manufacturers Association and Gerry Andert of the Missouri Department of Revenue speak on "Sales Tax Exemption for Exempt Entities." Information: 968-1000.

International Association Of Business Communicators - 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Hotel Majestic, 1019 Pine Street. Panel discussion on "Secrets on Winning the Bronze Quill Award." Information: 863-6232.

National Association Of Purchasing Management - 5:45 p.m. Tuesday, Holiday Inn-Westport Plaza. Annual Executive Night program with "Point-Counterpoint" program featuring Martin Duggan and Ray Hartmann. Information: Karen Adrignola, 349-7530.

Certified Commercial Investment Members - 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. Doug Mueller, president of the accounting firm of Mueller, Prost, Purk & Willbrand, P.C., speaks on "Real Estate Tax Changes for 1995." Information: Joan Branson, 576-0033.

Association For Manufacturing Excellence - 3 p.m. Wednesday, Holiday Inn-Westport. Panel presentation on "Teamwork in a World-Class Manufacturing Environment." Information: Linda Hilton, 878-7820, Ext. 2211 or Frank Garvin, 542-5449.

Project Management Institute - 6 p.m. Wednesday, Joe Hanon's Restaurant, Dorsett Road and I-270. Chris Craig of the St. Louis County Economic Council speaks at Metropolitan St. Louis chapter meeting. Information: Miles Barnett or Rich Krebs, 739-6669.

Building Owners And Managers Association Of Metropolitan St. Louis - 7:30 a.m. Thursday, Regal Riverfront Hotel. Sen. Thomas Eagleton, president of Fans Inc., and Greg Deininger, vice president-sales and marketing for the St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission, speak on "The Downtown Dome: Economic Super Bowl. …

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