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The 38th Annual Ontario Pork Congress

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The 38th Annual Ontario Pork Congress

Time: June 21, 2011 to June 22, 2011
Location: Stratford Rotary Complex
City/Town: Stratford
Website or Map: http://www.porkcongress.on.ca…
Event Type: pork, congress
Organized By: Ontario Porl
Latest Activity: Mar 22, 2011

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Event Description

Trade Show

Building on success, from year to year...

So much to do, so many sights, sounds and scents, and so many people to visit, it’s a delightful challenge to fit everything into just two days.

Building on the tremendous success of previous shows our exhibitors are excited to keep expanding their exhibits to utilize the new space at Stratford's Rotary Complex. More space means more activities and more celebration of all that’s great about pork production in Ontario.

And following the trade show, attendees are invited to join us in Blocks C and D of the Colliseum for the annual PigNic, where we'll have a whole hog on the BBQ!

We look forward to seeing you there! At the 38th Annual Ontario Pork Congress.

For more events CLICK HERE: http://www.porkcongress.on.ca/events.php?id=279

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