BORON LEPORE PEER MEETING REVENUES JUMPED 62% IN '96, AND FIRM IS HANDLING 50% MORE MEETINGS IN '97; $45.7 MIL. IPO SHOWS FAST GROWTH IN MARKETING SERVICES
Boron LePore is conducting 50% more peer-to-peer promotional meetings during 1997 than it did a year ago, the Fair Lawn, N.J. marketing services company indicated in a recent initial public offering prospectus filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission.
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