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Meeting 09-26-2014

Islip Supv Tom Croci- descussing The Free Trade Zone

 Mr. Croci,  Town Sepervisor of Islip. He is appearing at LIMBA on behalf of the Town of Islip's economic program. Formost in the conversation will be The Free Trade Zone. We will discuss what it is designed to do and what accomplishments we can showcase as well opportunities for new businesses.    This meeting is sponsored by the Islip Foreign Trade Zone , Covanta Energy  Thank you   Meeting will be held at the Clation Hotel 3845 Veterans Memorial Highway, Ronkonkoma NY room opens at 8AM for registration and continental breakfast   program at 8:30 -9:30 - Hospitality provided by the Clarion- Thanks you Please join us  http://www...

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The cost is reasonable and the reach is large. Here's what you get: Inclusion in the Long Island Business News weekly advertisement, Meeting sponsor is mentioned in the email communication, Display at the sponsored meeting, Three minutes about your company at the meeting by your spokesperson, Sponsor is named again in the Meeting Recap, and five seats at the event. sponsor rep is included in the recap picture The cost is $500.


Congressman Hon. Tim Bishop

Congressman Tim Bishop was our guest speaker this morning and he began with telling us how difficult it was for many people in that body to embrace compromise.   He gave this example: One of the tools of international business that many smaller firms rely on is the Import/ Export Bank. This government entity facilitates international trade. Renewing Import-Export Bank is routinely handled in Congress because it is popular in both parties. In addition it produces revenues for the government...