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NCRC Conference in March
The National Community Reinvestment Coalition is pleased to announce the 7th Annual National Conference on building community wealth in Americašs low-income and minority neighborhoods.
20 Years of CRA:
Redefining Financial Modernization Because Communities Count
March 18-21, 1998
Americašs most prominent bankers, lenders, activists, and community developers will come together to participate in this much-heralded training and networking opportunity. This yearšs invited Keynote Speakers include, Vice President Al Gore, Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan, Attorney General Janet Reno, Secretary of the Treasury Robert Rubin, Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Andrew Cuomo and Administrator of the Small Business Administration Aida Alvarez.
The quality of the workshops, the new and innovative information designed build community group capacity, the networking opportunities - all tell you - youšve got to be there.
Call NCRC today at (202) 628-8866 for a brochure and registration information. Save as much as 20% on your registration by registering before February 20, 1998.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Community-Based Organizations, Banking and Finance Professionals, Housing Advocates, Non-profit Housing Developers, Small Business and Economic Development Organizations, Mortgage Lenders, Government Regulators, CRA Officers, Fair Housing Organizations
All Conference activities will be held at the Washington Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C. NCRC has secured a room rate of $113.00 for NCRC conference participants. Hotel space is limited. Please make your reservations early! Call 1-800-228-9290.
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