This Week in St. Louis Business

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This Week in St. Louis Business


CONVENTIONS

(Estimated attendance in parentheses.)

American Assembly Of Collegiate Schools Of Business - Today and Tuesday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (600)

ASI Food Safety Consultants - Today and Tuesday, Marriott Pavilion Hotel. (35)

Institute Of Electrical & Electronic Engineers - Today through Thursday, Regal Riverfront Inn. (700)

John Deere & Co. - Hertz Equipment Annual Planning Meeting - Today through Thursday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (35)

Surface Systems Inc. - International Winter Weather Meeting - Today through Thursday, Marriott Pavilion Hotel. (250)

National Electrical Contractors Association - Midwest Region - Tuesday and Wednesday, Airport Hilton Hotel. (30)

United Dairy Industry Association - Tuesday through Friday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (500)

Travel Industry Association Of America - Thursday and Friday, Ritz-Carlton Hotel. (150)

Royal Order Of Jesters - Book of the Play Meeting - Thursday through Saturday, Sheraton West Port Hotel. (800)

John Deere & Co. - Rental Marketing Division - Thursday through Sunday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (15)

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority - Executive Board Meeting & Summit IV - Friday through Sunday, Stouffer Concourse Hotel. (400)

St. Louis University School Of Nursing - Friday through Sunday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (60)

American Association Of Insurance Management - Friday through Sunday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (40)

International In-Line Skating Association - Teachers Certification - Friday through Sunday, Ramada Henry VIII. (40) MEETINGS

Electronic Representatives Association - 10 a.m. today, Joe Hanon's Restaurant, Dorsett Road at I-270. Tim Eyerman, E.R.A. national president, speaks. Call Bob Dillon, 432-4983.

Business Women Of St. Louis Inc. - 5:45 p.m. today, Clayton Board of Education building, 7530 Maryland Avenue. Attorney Cynthia Moseley Fox speaks. Call Lyn Washington, 947-8666.

American Association Of Cost Engineers - 5:30 p.m. Engineers Club, 4359 Lindell Boulevard. Joel Koppelman, president of Primavera Systems Inc., speaks. Call Ron Dutton, 577-7842 or Craig Veteto, 694-5982.

Planning Forum - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Junior League of St. Louis, 10405 Clayton Road. Margaret Stroup, of U.S. Olympic Festival '94, speaks. Call Irma Parker, 895-2129.

Commercial Real Estate Women - 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Junior League of St. Louis. Judy Gamache-Sinn, assistant vice president of Sedwick James of Missouri Inc., speaks. Call Brenda Adams, 436-3001.

Gateway Area Macintosh User's Group - 7 p.m. Tuesday, St. Louis University Medical School, Learning Resource Center. Chuck Rasmussen from Word Perfect and David Hoffmann, a specialist in computer-related health problems, speak at meeting. Information: 664-6972.

Compensation And Benefits Network Of Greater St. Louis - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, University Club, 1034 South Brentwood Boulevard. Jack Stack, president and chief executive of Springfield ReManufacturing Co., speaks on open management. Call Lisa Walker, 725-0114.

Association For Systems Management - 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sheraton West Port Inn. Ian MacMillan, of Southwestern Bell Technology Resources, gives a multi-media presentation on "Imagine the Possibilities." Call Cindy Byrne, 525-5748.

Midwest Secretarial Services Network - 7 p.m. Tuesday, St. Louis County Library, 1640 South Lindbergh Boulevard, West Room. Bobbi Linkemer of Bobbi Linkemer & Co. …

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