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Diane Stone to Join World Shoe Association

Trade Show Executive
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June 17, 2004
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Newport Beach, CA -  Diane Stone,  a former VP of Advanstar Communications who directed the Licensing International Show, is joining the World Shoe Association next month. WSA produces the  largest footwear show in the U.S.   The semi-annual show is coming up August 5-8 at  the Sands Expo, Venetian Hotel & Resort and the Mandalay Bay Convention Center & Resort.  The show spans about one million square feet of exhibit space and draws 26,000 attendees.  The show is presently managed by the Infinity Group of Shelton, CT.  Stone could not be reached for comment. More details will be provided as they become available. Contact WSA at (949) 851-8451.

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