Date: June 21, 2006

Nearly 20,000 delegates of the American Library Association descended on New Orleans last week for the first citywide convention since Hurricane Katrina devastated the town. It was not the biggest, but possibly the most important meeting ever held there.

"We're keenly aware it's probably the most important convention this city ever hosted. The eyes of the industry and the trade press will be all over this one," said George Lancie, Aramark general manag...


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