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Strong Response to Security Workshop

December 16th Hotel Asia Pacific Security Workshop Stirs Strong Interest. Remaining Seats Going Fast.

(12/15/2002) A exceptional cast of speakers drawn from the top ranks of the region's security industry and the public sector scheduled for the Hotel Asia Pacific Security Workshop is sparking strong interest from Bali hoteliers, tourist attraction operators, restaurant and nightspot managers, and the general public.

Space is Limited

Limited to a maximum of 250 participants, places are going fast for the full day conference to be held at the Bali International Conference Center (BICC) on Monday, December 16, 2003.

Top Notch Speakers

Bali's Police Chief Irjen. Budi Setyawan will open the workshop with the lead investigator in the Bali terror attack, Irgen. Made Mangku Pastika, scheduled to deliver the keynote address. Also appearing at the conference will be Tim Dumas, the Regional Security Office for the U.S. Government based in the Jakarta Embassy; Chester Doty, the Chief of Security for Shangri-La Hotels; James Papineau, the Director of Sales and Marketing of SUNTEC Center Singapore; a representative of the Australian Federal Police; and Craig Foster of Hill and Associates speaking on Crisis Planning and Management.

Live Terror Fighting Demonstration

Guaranteed to be a highlight of the day will be a live demonstration of the skills of Bali's anti-terror mobile brigade.

A Most Timely Event

Hotel Asia Pacific Magazine, the award-winning hotel industry publication printed in Hong Kong, advanced the concept for the workshop. Explaining his motivation in pioneering the meeting, Publisher and Editor, Steve Shellum explained, "security is the one topic that hoteliers must be prepared to discuss openly, and they must also be prepared to share their resources and expertise."

Financial support for the Security workshop is supplied by Starwood Hotels, Hyatt International, Six Continent Hotels, and Shangri-La Hotels. This generous support means that those wishing to attend the workshop need only pay a modest Rp. 100,000 donation to the Casa Grande Relief Fund. The entire cost covering the venue, speaker's support, luncheon, coffee breaks, and course materials available in both English and Indonesian are being entirely borne by the event's main sponsors.

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Register on line for the Hotel Asia Pacific Security Workshop.

Professional conference and meeting management for this event is provided by Bali Discovery Tours.