It's that time of the year again. The time of the year when your e-mail inbox is flooded incessantly with more invitations to sessions, booth events and cocktail parties than you really know what to do with. The time of the year when you strategize how to best be in several places at the same time. And the time of the year when you wish your convention admission actually came with unlimited coffee and a free back massage. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s Interphex time.
With Interphex 2010 upon us, we know everyone is very busy planning. With that said, we invite you to stop by the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Booth (#1476) for a quick break from the show hustle and bustle, and maybe a few laughs. Hopefully over the past two months you’ve had the chance to see one of the new features on our PharmaManufacturing.com web site, Funny Pharm, biweekly pharmaceutical cartoons from award-winning cartoonist, Jerry King.
Maybe you’ve even submitted a caption for one of them, as part of our contest. This year at Interphex 2010, you will have the opportunity to contribute a witty, funny, or just silly cartoon caption for a special tradeshow cartoon.
Submissions will be taken at our booth on Tuesday and Wednesday of the show and a winner announced at the end of the day on Wednesday. The lucky person will receive his or her very own custom cartoon by Jerry King, featuring you at your daily job.
If you have an extra five minutes, we also invite you to fill out our Digital Survey, in which we take inventory of your digital needs and ask your views about our web sites, e-blasts, social media offerings, and more. Through your survey responses, we will be able to better serve you on the web and provide valuable information in the
most convenient forms possible.
As a way of saying thanks, we’ll present you with a free Pharmaceutical Manufacturing coffee mug (in case you were able to find the unlimited coffee). We know you’re funny. We know you have digital needs. And we hope you like free coffee mugs. Come visit us at Booth #1476, April 20-22 at New York City’s Javits Center.