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2011 Quest for Quality Awards dinner set for Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Attendees will enjoy a full evening of dining and networking before stepping up to the podium to receive their awards followed by an evening of entertainment from renowned magician Mr. Bill Herz.

August 01, 2011

For nearly 30 years, Logistics Management’s Quest for Quality has been regarded in the transportation and logistics industry as the most important measure of customer satisfaction and performance excellence—and the annual Quest for Quality Awards Dinner has been widely considered the best evening of the year for carrier and 3PL executive networking.

This year’s awards dinner will take place on Wednesday, October 5, at the Philadelphia Marriott from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., the final evening of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) Annual Conference.

Our entire Logistics Management editorial staff will be in attendance this year to present the 2011 Quest for Quality Awards to the 111 winners.

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Following cocktails, dinner, and the awards presentation, our guests will be treated to a performance by Bill Herz, the renowned comedian/magician who’s been featured on The Tonight Show and Late Night with David Letterman.

If you’re interested in attending this year’s dinner, please purchase your tickets here. But move quickly, we have a full house every year.

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