Publishers and Advertisers Meet at 2005 NAHP Annual Convention

This year the convention will boast fourteen seminars with topics that range from editorial coverage, management and circulation verification, to effective use of the internet. Specific seminar titles include “Netting a Better Bottom Line,” and Amazing Space: How to Turn Your Special Sections into Top Selling Supplements”. Top keynote speakers will also be featured such as Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Hon. Pedro Cortes, Mr. Pedro Ramos Esq., City Solicitor, and the Mayor of Philadelphia, John Street.

The 2005 National Convention is expected to draw a large number of Hispanic Print professionals to meet with various members of the public and private sectors from community leaders to government officials over the course of three days of workshops and networking opportunities.

This year, a sizable group of corporate supporters for the NAHP, Inc. Annual Convention includes: GM, GMAC, Miller Brewing Company, Anheuser-Busch, Continental Airlines, Toyota, RJ Reynolds, Altria, Phillip Morris USA, Goya, NIH, Impremedia and LatinPak amongst others.


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