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Southern Regional Food Protection Conference

Hosted by:
University of Kentucky

Contact:
Andrea Husband

Place:
Lexington Downtown Hotel & Conference Center

Dates:
November 18 -- 19, 2009

Times:
Registration begins at 8:00am on November 18 at the Lexington Downtown Hotel & Conference Center

November 18: 
Daytime program is from 9:00am through 5:00pm at the Lexington Downtown Hotel & Conference Center
Evening program is from 6:30pm through 8:30pm at Lexington Brewing and Distilling Company -- sponsored by Alltech

November 19:
Daytime program is from 9:00am through 4:00pm at the Lexington Downtown Hotel & Conference Center

Registration:
Registration fee is $89, which can be paid via check or credit card.  Click here to download the registration form.  The deadline for registration is Monday, November 2.

Registration fee includes the following:

  • Five meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner on November 18; breakfast and lunch on November 19) and all day refreshments
  • Two daytime sessions (including two interactive workshops, two panel presentations, and several nationally recognized key note speakers)
  • One evening session (including a key note speaker and networking opportunities at the Lexington Brewing and Distilling Company - sponsored by Alltech)
  • Hotel parking

Directions/Parking:
The Lexington Downtown Hotel offers complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport.
Daytime Sessions - Hotel Location Map
Evening Session - Lexington Brewing and Distilling Company Location Map


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