Strange Names on Conference Registration Lists

As any meeting planner can attest, those registration forms seem to be rife with people whose names are a bit odd, such as Justin Case.

We've all heard about Texas philanthropist Ima Hogg (who, contrary to popular belief, did not have a sister named Ura), but that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to strange names. As any meeting planner can attest, those registration forms seem to be rife with people whose names are a bit odd, such as Justin Case.

Here are a few of the more G-rated names you can be glad your parents didn't saddle you with, courtesy of trade show consultant Candy Adams, CMM, CMP, also known

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