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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- In the wake of terrorist attacks last week in New York and Washington, the Association of National Advertisers has apparently canceled its annual conference.

The ANA meeting, which draws hundreds of marketing and media executives from around the country, had been scheduled for Oct. 10-13 at the Ritz-Carlton Resort in Naples, Fla.

ANA CEO John J. Sarsen Jr. this morning said there were "many areas to consider," and no decision had yet been reached.

But a spokeswoman in the ANA's Washington office confirmed the conference has been canceled, and a Ritz-Carlton reservation agent in Naples said the association canceled the meeting reservation.

It is not known whether the conference will be rescheduled.

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