2017 Quest for Quality Awards Dinner set for September 26th
Our editorial staff will be in attendance to present the 2017 Quest for Quality Awards to the 127 winners.
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This year’s awards dinner will take place on Tuesday, September 26th, at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis during this year’s CSCMP Annual Global Conference. Cocktails will start at 6 p.m. followed by dinner and entertainment.
Our editorial staff will be in attendance to present the 2017 Quest for Quality Awards to the 127 winners. Following cocktails, dinner and the awards presentation, attendees will be treated to comedian Louis Ramey. Ramey started performing comedy while in college and was featured in his own episode of Comedy Central Presents in 2001. In 2008, he was a finalist on Last Comic Standing 6. He was then the host of the Last Comic Standing tour, in which he performed along with the four other finalists
ORDERING YOUR TICKETS
If you’re interested in attending this year’s dinner, please order your tickets by contacting:
Laurel Peddie, Office Manager
Phone: 508-663-1500, x234
Email: [email protected]
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