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    Congressman Sam Farr  A National Export Initiative (NEI) Update Luncheon

    Congressman Sam Farr A National Export Initiative (NEI) Update Luncheon

    Presented by Monterey Bay International Trade Association (MBITA) at Crazy Horse Restaurant at Bay Park Hotel

    May 18, 2011

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    Congressman Sam Farr returns to the Monterey Chapter of MBITA for his annual presentation on Washington’s perspective of how the National Export Initiative (NEI) can help create jobs both locally and across our nation with increased exports from our small to mid-sized business communities. Guest presenters representing global trade promotion service providers from finance, marketing, education and logistics will be featured in a seminar preceding Congressman Sam Farr’s presentation that will be given during the luncheon.

    PRESENTATIONS: APEC Comes to California
    Paul V. Oliva, Founder and Principal, OlivaGlobal Communications
    The Growing Trend Towards Regionalism
    Susan Arcady Barich, Director, Project 17 – Monterey Bay

    Congressman Sam Farr – District 17th
    Keynote speech

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        Crazy Horse Restaurant at Bay Park Hotel

        1425 Munras
        Monterey, CA 93940

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        Attendance fee:
        $40 members, $50 non-members
        AT DOOR: $10 surcharge - CASH OR CHECKS ONLY

        Info Phone: 831-335-4780

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        May 18, 2011


        11:30am to 1:30pm

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