World Pork Expo to stay in Des Moines for 2004

IOWA - World Pork Expo, the largest pork exhibition in the world, will extend its run in Des Moines to include 2004, it was announced today by the National Pork Producers Council.
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2003 World Pork Expo "Due to the change in the structure of the National Pork Producers Council and based on input from our producers and exhibitors, the board has chosen to keep the World Pork Expo in Des Moines for both the 2003 and 2004 shows," says Dave Roper, president of NPPC.

Historically, the expo has been held in Des Moines for two years and moves to Indianapolis, Ind., for one year.

World Pork Expo brings a direct economic impact estimated at $3.5 million to Des Moines and the surrounding communities, in hotel, restaurant and entertainment dollars spent by visitors.

For more information on this years event, visit the official World Pork Expo website, via this link.

Source: NPPC - 11th March 2003

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