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Honda Civic Giveaway at AHIMA 2007

September 26, 2007
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Annapolis, Md.-based CBaySystems, a provider of transcription and healthcare BPO services, says it will be giving away a new 2008 Honda Civic at this year's AHIMA (Chicago) conference.

AHIMA's Conference is being held at the PhiladelphiaConvention Center, from October 8-10, 2007.

Details on the "Keys to Medical Records Success" drawing:

· Entrants need to stop by the CBay booth, complete the registration card, and submit the card in person at Booth # 424.

· All entries must be submitted by 5:30 p.m. on October 9, 2007.

· The drawing will take place on October 10, 2007 at 11:45am. Entrants must be present at the drawing to win.



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