Thursday, August 9, 2012

Columnist stops by to say hello

Tony Sampson
Columnist Tony Sampson was among the hundreds of people who stopped by Apostrophe's table at the just-concluded Reinventing Quality Conference in Baltimore. Tony has been a regular contributor to the magazine for two years — ever since we met him at the 2010 conference in Baltimore. He writes about what it's like to be a person receiving services. It isn't always pretty, but it's always real.

Sampson was also a featured presenter at the conference, which drew a record 847 participants. At least 450 of them took a magazine. The conference gave us a chance to connect with potential contributors, make a pitch to advertisers and subscribers and collect leads for stories.

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