Couple of recent announcements in the industry regarding show speakers.

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee will speak at the NDC meeting’s Opening Session on Monday, May 23 in Nashville, TN. Gov. Huckabee is a TV and radio talk show host, a former Presidental candidate, and an author of many books. His most recent work, A Simple Government, presents a common sense path for politicians and the American public. Gov. Huckabee is an entertaining speaker, known to be forthright in his thoughts and engaging in his perspective. He is outspoken and presents a conservative approach to most aspects of life—both in his personal life and American politics. For more information on the NDC meeting, please go to

Possibly the greatest athlete of all time, All-Star football and baseball player Bo Jackson will be on stage for the Opening General Session at the 2011 HIDA MedSurg Conference and Expo™ October 19-21 in Charlotte, NC. Born Vincent Edward Jackson, “Bo” boasts an impressive resume including winning the 1985 Heisman Trophy, being the first player ever named to both the NFL’s Pro Bowl and Baseball All-Star Game, and being the centerpiece of the widely popular NIKE “Bo Knows” advertising campaign. After sustaining an eventual career ending injury, Bo has gone on to be a successful business man and entrepreneur He continues to influence the lives of children with his commitment to health and fitness with his Bo Jackson Elite Sports Complex. Through the ups and downs of an illustrious two-sport career Bo has come to know more than just fame and success. He knows perseverance. At the 2011 MedSurg Conference and Expo™, Bo Jackson will provide insights from his own career about determination, perseverance, and overcoming obstacles. The 2011 HIDA MedSurg Conference and Expo™ will take place at the Charlotte Convention Center, in Charlotte, NC. For more information on this event and other HIDA events, visit

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