AIHce EXP 2019: Destination Minneapolis

The May 2019 conference and expo will take place in the only U.S. city to earn a place in the Wall Street Journal's top 10 places to visit in 2018, according to the 2018 Official Visitors Guide to the Twin Cities Area.

PHILADELPHIA -- Don't look now, but the AIHce EXP 2019 conference and expo in a mere 51 weeks away. The event's call for proposals to present PDCs, education sessions, five-minute Ignite sessions, two-hour Late Night Learning sessions, 20-minute case studies or scientific research talks, or posters, either professional or student, has opened. Proposals are due by Sept. 5, 2018.

The conference will take place in Minneapolis during May 18-23, 2018, with the expo on May 20-22 in the downtown Minneapolis Convention Center.

Visit www.aihce2019.org for more information about the event and http://visit-twincities.com/ for information about attractions and events in the Minneapolis area.

Minneapolis was the site of Super Bowl LII in February 2018, where the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots, 41-33. Ten days of festivities on Nicollet Mall, the main street of downtown Minneapolis, preceded the big game. The Mall of America, more than 520 stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues in 5.6 million square feet of space, is located in the suburb of Bloomington, Minn. The May 2019 conference and expo will take place in the only U.S. city to earn a place in the Wall Street Journal's top 10 places to visit in 2018, according to the 2018 Official Visitors Guide to the Twin Cities Area.

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