2009 Campus Safety Conference Moves to the East Coast

LOS ANGELES

Campus Safety magazine, the only publication exclusively serving the public safety and security needs of healthcare and education institutions, announces its new East Coast location for the Campus Safety Conference, April 26 – 28, 2009 at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront in Tampa, Fla.

The Campus Safety Conference brings together university, school and hospital police chiefs, public safety directors, campus administrators, superintendents and principals, municipal, county, state and federal law enforcement officers, and other community leaders and stakeholders involved in the protection of the nation’s campuses.

With a new and beautiful location set in the waterfront district of downtown St. Petersburg, Fla., the Campus Safety Conference mixes business with a dash of vacation pleasure. Besides the inviting view of the Tampa Bay, the Campus Safety Conference is a short walk from a wide variety of restaurants and night life, and is a mere 30 minutes to the airport. All work and a bit of play makes this year’s Campus Safety Conference the most highly anticipated yet!

More information on the Campus Safety Conference event, its speakers and sessions, in addition to registration and travel information can be found at www.CampusSafetyConference.com. Or call 800-576-8788 for assistance.

Companies interested in sponsorship opportunities and exhibiting should contact Dynise Plaisance at (760) 519-5541 or dynise.plaisance@bobit.com (Western Region); or Steve Peterson at (518) 626-0588 or steve.peterson@bobit.com (Eastern Region).

Contact:
Robin Gray
Executive Editor
310.533.2534
robin.gray@bobit.com
www.campussafetyconference.com

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