2008, meet 2009

2008-2009This is straight out of the shameless self promotion file.

AOA Greg is appearing on a panel this Thursday with Susan Arbetter (NY Now), Karen Dewitt (public radio Capitol reporter), and Judy Patrick (managing editor of the Gazette) to talk about what happened in 2008 -- and what's ahead in 2009.

And, yep, we're as surprised as you are that he up ended on this panel.

The discussion is part of a luncheon organized by Women's Press Club of New York State and the local chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. It's at the Italian American Community Center from 11:30 am - 2 pm. It's $30 for non-members / $15 for students. We've heard the event usually sells out.

AOA Mary will also be there, so please say hello if you stop by.


YEAH! I'm excited that Greg will be on the panel.

I'm officially bummed, I really wanted to make it to this event, and I'll be just about as close to the Italian American Community Center as one can be without being there... yet buried in work behind my desk. Have a great time everyone!

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