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Meeting 04-03-2015

LIMBA invites WSHU"s GM George Lombardi TBC

George Lombardi, General manager WSHU public radio Long Island reporter Charles Lane  National Public Radio is in aggregate is probably the largest radio network in the United States. While many of the public radio stations operate on small budgets they have access to what is arguably the best news teams in the country. By pooling resources they achieve outstanding results and provide information and entertainment to the most rural places as well as big cities. Sponsor this meeting Meeting This meeting will be held at the Clarion Hotel 3845 Veterans Memorial Highway, Ronkonkoma Meeting doors open at 8AM for registration and continental breakfast Register online http://limba...

Sponsor a LIMBA meeting

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.

MEETING RECAP

LIMBA invites LIA President Kevin Law
03-27-2015

Our speaker at LIMBA this morning was the president of the Long Island Association, Kevin Law.  He began by giving us a briefing on the origins of the organization The LIA was created almost 90 years ago. The first meeting place was Penn Station, and while the venue was New York City, the purpose was to lure NYC business to Long Island The organization moved to the Garden City Hotel. Then for a time it was located in Commack and is now in Melville.  The organization functions on finances derived from dues and meeting fees as well as fund raising events...