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Trips Gina Grandinetti Woodworth trip to Las Vegas, NV on Jan. 3, 2006

Traveler Gina Grandinetti Woodworth
Companion N/A
Start Date 1/3/2006
End Date 1/6/2006
Filed date 1/25/2006
Approver Sen. John Ensign (-NV)
Sponsor(s) Consumer Electronics Association
Destination(s) Las Vegas, NVSin CityGolfing
View all trips to: Nevada
Purpose To attend the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show, of which Sen. Ensign is speaking at. Attend presentations from technology leaders (Gates, Semel, etc.) and participate in technology policy panel discussions
Total Cost $2,024.63
Detailed Expenses
Personal Companion
Transportation $746.90 - good faith estimate
Lodging $977.73 - good faith estimate
Meal $300.00 - good faith estimate
Other - -
Events This trip happened in a time and place associated with the following special event(s) that we have identified: Consumer Electronics Show 2006. While the time and place coincide with the event(s), this is in no way indication of whether the traveler actually visited the event or took the trip in part because of the event(s). We provide the association only as a point of information.