SNAME 2008 Set for Houston

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Houston will be ready to host the SNAME 2008 Annual Meeting as scheduled.  Please continue with your plans to attend and participate in this year's exciting event. The SNAME Annual Meeting Team has been in close contact with the city of Houston, the George R. Brown Convention Center and our hotel. Everything is in order and we are on-track to open our Annual Meeting as scheduled. Our thoughts are with the Texas residents and SNAME members affected by Hurricane Ike. We wish them all well and a speedy return to their normal routine.  Click here to visit our website for the latest updates and to register to attend or to exhibit. We look forward to seeing you in Houston October 15-17, 2008.

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