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Donna Mullane, marketing director for Professional Business Assistance Inc., attended the business direct marketing conference in Chicago. The conference included industry leaders Bernie Goldberg and Arthur Hughes.

Several area professionals have been appointed to the editorial advisory panel of Southern Missouri Physician. Those appointed to the medical division of the panel include Jon Clark, William Reynolds, Roger Cady, Kathleen Farmer, Edward Babb, Kass Lear, Rose Buckner, Amy Wood and Kevin Gibson. Those appointed to the financial division of the panel include John Cooper, Troy Kennedy and Anne Sallee Mason. Those appointed to the practice management/legal division of the panel include Tim Van Ronzelen, Matthew Clement, Teresa Coles, Ann Leach and Russell Alderedge.

The Ozark Empire Fair received numerous honors in a competition held by the International Association of Fairs and Expositions. The fair took first place in advertising awards for individual entries in the categories of radio ads, advertising specialties and single-sheet brochures. The fair was also awarded the "Best Overall Campaign" award for its 1998 ad campaign, "Star Crazy."

Ozarks Public Television announced Dec. 18 that its WinterFest '98 Pledge Drive has raised $127,351 for 1999 programming costs. This reflects a 49 percent increase in revenue compared to the December 1997 pledge drive. The total number of pledges for WinterFest '98 was 1,849, 719 of those being new members. New members alone contributed $83,837 to the pledge drive. Of the programs presented during the fund-raising drive, "How to Live Forever with Gary Null," was the blockbuster, raising more than $85,000.

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