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"The Upstate New York Economy: Now and Into 2014"

10/17/2013

Organization: The Upstate New York Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association

The Upstate New York Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) is hosting "The Upstate New York Economy:  Now and Into 2014" along with our annual Student Night and scholarship presentation.  Our speaker and special guest for the evening will be Sandra A. Parker, President and CEO at the Rochester Business Alliance, Thursday, October 17, from 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm, RIT campus - University Gallery in Booth Hall, Rochester,  NY.   Please visit unyturnaround.org to register and for details or contact Sharon Graber, UNY TMA Chapter Administrator at upstateNY@turnaround.org or (716) 440-6615.  Members:  $30, Non-members:  $40.  Business and Law Students are free but must register in advance.

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