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Women's Showcase was a great event

Fargo What an outstanding community event. The Women's Showcase provides an unparalleled opportunity to see what the F-M area has to offer. Applause to Cheryl Ehrichs, The Forum and Fargodome staff for the tremendous success of Women's Showcase 2008.

Fargo

What an outstanding community event. The Women's Showcase provides an unparalleled opportunity to see what the F-M area has to offer.

Applause to Cheryl Ehrichs, The Forum and Fargodome staff for the tremendous success of Women's Showcase 2008. As marketing coordinator for the North Dakota Center for Sleep and the CPAP Store, I was impressed with the seamless registration process, the accommodations at the Fargodome and booth furnishings from United Rentals. The parking lot attendant was superb. I had zero wait time for set-up or tear-down. We at the NDCS and CPAP Store are honored to have participated. We simply could not have asked for a better event.

Due to the pre-planning and the hard work of all involved behind the scenes, we enjoyed a very successful event. More than 380 people visited our booths. While there, they were able to view a live sleep study as well as purchase and peruse the best selection of CPAP systems, CPAP masks and related sleep accessories the region has to offer.

Again, hats off to The Forum and all of the event sponsors. We look forward to Women's Showcase 2009.

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Herbrandson is in marketing

and communications with PDS Inc.

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