PPLC Fall 2010 Meeting

PP&LC Fall 2010 Meeting

October 3-5

Weehawken, New Jersey

Hosted by Global Vision & co-hosted by Kallik

We are pleased to announce that our Fall meeting, hosted by Global Vision and co-hosted by Kallik is scheduled for October 3-5, 2010, at the Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel in Weehawken, NJ, just across the river from Manhattan, NYC.

We are working hard to make this meeting informative and add value to your roles and responsibilities; and will be sending out a preliminary agenda within the coming weeks.

Below is the information on hotel reservations:


Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel in Weehawken, NJ
The room rate is $199.

Early registration at the hotel is not required. However, we are responsible to provide a list of names of attendees by Wednesday, September 8th. To this end, we are asking that you please"REPLY TO ALL" using the July 7th e-mail; and let us know either way, whether you are planning to attend, or not attending the upcoming meeting.

For more information about the hotel, go to:

The hotel website is www.starwoodhotels.com/. Please click HERE to make your reservations.

Welcome Reception:

(This will be updated when the agenda is updated)



Please don't hesitate to contact Kay Harris or Phil Sundberg.

Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you all very soon.

kay harris l global graphics l alcon laboratories, inc l office:817.551.4662 l e-mail: kay.harris@alconlabs.com

Phil Sundberg l product labeling/packaging specialist l roche l office:973.235.4821 l e-mail: phil.sundberg@roche.com




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