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    Dan Mies.

    <p>Dan Mies.</p>
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    Entertaining the crowd.

    <p>Entertaining the crowd.</p>
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    Maureen Hennessey and Nancy DePalma.

    <p>Maureen Hennessey and Nancy DePalma.</p>
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    Matt Holt.

    <p>Matt Holt.</p>
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    Jamie Mayer, Amy Fritzky and Lori Struck.

    <p>Jamie Mayer, Amy Fritzky and Lori Struck.</p>
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    Kristen George and Stacey Barone.

    <p>Kristen George and Stacey Barone.</p>
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    Stella Capo, Pamela Valdez and Howard Brookes.

    <p>Stella Capo, Pamela Valdez and Howard Brookes.</p>
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    Patty Stern, Ro Moneta and Monique Philbert.

    <p>Patty Stern, Ro Moneta and Monique Philbert.</p>
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    Jan Madura, Carol Davis-Grossman and Lauren Kutch. 

    <p>Jan Madura, Carol Davis-Grossman and Lauren Kutch.&nbsp;</p>

New Jersey Meeting + Events magazine (now Northeast M+E!) held its second annual readers’ choice awards on Aug. 16, 2017 at MetLife Stadium. The evening began with a networking cocktail hour before the awards ceremony, emceed by Matt Holt of Arena Americas, began. Editor’s Picks were announced by editor Nancy DePalma before the readers’ choice award winners were announced by category.

From May 1 to July 14, Philadelphians were enthralled by Chinese culture at the 4th annual Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival held in historic Franklin Square. Attendees witnessed 27 lantern displays that were larger than life and made of more than 2,000 lit sculptures and 20,000 LED lights. 

 

PCMA’s flagship event, Convening Leaders, brought industry professionals from 36 countries to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Jan. 6-9 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. “We built this conference around the theme Disrupt + Deliver because that’s what the industry needs and wants,’’ says PCMA President and CEO Sherriff Karamat. “We leave here with a greater commitment and better understanding of how business events can and must drive economic and social progress.’’