Sue Pelletier

Editor, Medical Meetings/MeetingsNet's mad blogger, Meetingsnet

Sue, who has been with MeetingsNet since 1998, previously wrote for and edited several national and international trade magazines and newsletters for the environmental industry. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder, she also helped to plan a technical trade conference and exposition and several smaller meetings for the environmental industry before deciding to stick with what she does best. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and her surrogate child, Mango the Australian shepherd.

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Posts by Sue Pelletier

in face2face Sep 03, 2004

Don’t let your patriotic spirit flag

Between the upcoming elections and the national day of mourning and remembrance on September 11, U.S.-based meetings this fall are sure to be flying....More
in face2face Sep 03, 2004

Back-to-school special

Just in time for fall—a Web site that links to 119 schools that offer hospitality and/or meeting planning programs. To receive a weekly blog update,....More
in face2face Sep 03, 2004

Ha ha’s at Hampton?

It was taking too long to open, so I gave up on it, but if you have better luck, check out Hampton Inn Hotels’ "comedic guided virtual hotel tour."....More
in face2face Sep 03, 2004

Hotels and homeland security

A forum by Avendra took hotels to task on their terrorism preparedness—a timely topic, now that "soft" targets like hotels are in the terrorists....More
in face2face Sep 03, 2004

Casino "deathwatch" site

The MIMlist listserv is a strange and wonderful thing—today, a MIMlister pointed out a site called Las Vegas Casino Death Watch, where what appears....More
in face2face Sep 03, 2004

Another reason why I hate really loud music at evening functions

Not only does it make conversation just about impossible, but now we have actual medical evidence that booming bass notes are bad—and not just for....More
in face2face Sep 03, 2004

Flying soon no longer will be a safe haven from cellphones

According to Slashdot, pretty soon even the skies won’t be cellphone-free: In a recent article from the New York Times it seems that airlines and....More
in face2face Sep 03, 2004

Sing-along time

Tradeshow Blues has trotted out its song again—I missed it! If you’ve ever exhibited at or organized a trade show, you can relate to the lyrics. And....More
in face2face Sep 03, 2004

Site for weather watchers

If you, like me, have friends, loved ones, or a meeting coming up soon in one of the areas Hurricane Frances is bearing down on, this site is a....More
in Capsules Sep 03, 2004

Talk about choosing your own poison&

Looking for a reason to plan a meeting in London? How about the allure of scientific oddities, on view to the public for the first time at London s....More

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