Natural Product Convention

Natural Products Association MarketPlace 2011 Trade Show and Conference

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The Natural Products Association MarketPlace 2011 Trade Show and Conference is a Las Vegas convention for natural product retailers, suppliers, and consumers. The National Products Association has 1,900 companies representing over 10,000 locations. This industry has grown quite powerful with its united voice.

Natural Products Convention Details

The official conference and trade show will hit Vegas at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Thursday, June 23. The conference will last through the 25th, while the trade show will run June 24th and25th. Floor hours are Friday and Saturday, 11:00am to 5:00pm.

5,000 industry members are expected to be in attendance. The World Tea Expo will be there with over 200 trade show exhibit booths.

Keynote Speaker Dr. Tieraona Low Dog

Natural Product ConventionDr. Low Dog’s has a wide-ranging career in natural medicine that spans 25 years and several disciplines. She has studied massage therapy, midwifery, and is a well respected herbalist. She is President of the American Herbalist Guild. She currently serves as Director of the Fellowship for the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona.

Natural Products, Knowledge, and Business Support

With more than 3,500 attendees, the Natural Products Association MarketPlace Trade Show and Conference offers the largest networking arena for those in the natural products market.  It is also a great opportunity to support the Natural Products Association (NPA).


Elizabeth Crane

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