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Get ready for excitement this year at the 2008 Annual AMI Meeting to be held in Indianapolis, Indiana! This year's venue is the elegant University Place Hotel and Conference Center, one of the premiere hotels in downtown Indianapolis.

Indianapolis has the second highest concentration of biopharmaceutical employers in the nation, and has become well known for its biotech, genetics, medical, and bio-scientific research initiatives that will be reflected in the exciting meeting program we have lined up!

Home of Eli Lilly & Company, the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Museum, The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, the NCAA Headquarters, Indianapolis Zoo, The Indiana Medical History Museum, the Indiana State Museum, and the world's largest Children's Museum, it is a great place to bring your family along for a fun summer getaway! Indianapolis is also considered second only to Washington D.C. in number and variety of memorial statues ranging from the Civil War to the Iraqi conflict.

Known as the "Crossroads of America", Indy is very accessible -- half the nation's population is within one day's drive, making getting here by car an attractive option for many. If flying is more your speed, the Indianapolis International Airport offers travel accommodations on 12 different airlines.

AMI Indy 2008 is where AMI's creativity and intellect will be showcased. Our Indianapolis meeting will be a catalyst for the continued growth of both our membership and our profession.

Come join us this July and be a part of the energy. Come accelerate your career!

Mark your calendars for July 16-20, 2008.

Gary Schnitz, CMI, FAMI
AMI-Indianapolis Program Chair
Annual Meeting Co-Chair

Tom Weinzerl, CMI, FAMI
AMI-Indianapolis Workshop Chair
Annual Meeting Co-Chair



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