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CSPA Celebrates Centennial Anniversary

December 3, 2013

There are 100 reasons to celebrate at the annual meeting of the Consumer Specialty Products Association, which is scheduled for Dec. 8-12 in Fort Lauderdale. The event will kick off CSPA’s year-long Centennial Celebration, with the theme “A Century Moving Forward – The Past,” which reflects upon the growth of the association and industry during the past 100 years.

The annual meeting will include a full schedule of division meetings, award presentations and a keynote lecture by Michael Beschloss, best-selling author and historian, whose works include “Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America, 1789-1989.” Beschloss has served as a historian at the Smithsonian Institution, was appointed a senior associate member at Oxford University in England, and was elected a senior fellow of the Annenberg Foundation.

More info: www.cspa.org
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