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RBJ Power Breakfast Series

A Conversation with Mayor Lovely Warren
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
7:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Hyatt Regency Rochester

In her inaugural address in January, Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren said:

“Change is hard. But I believe that we can’t turn a blind eye to change. I believe we can make things better.”

On November 12, in a wide-ranging conversation with RBJ president and publisher Susan Holliday, Mayor Warren will discuss her vision for revitalizing the city and progress made over her first 10 months in office. Economic development, education reform and other vital issues will be discussed in this hour-long dialogue.

Hear Mayor Warren’s insights and have your questions answered. If you’re concerned with the future of Rochester, you won’t want to miss this special event.

Reserve today!
$45 per person; $360 per table of 8 (includes breakfast)


Interested in Sponsoring an RBJ event? Call Jo Ann Geiger, director of advertising, today at 585-546-8303 or email jgeiger@rbj.net. For more information regarding Rochester Business Journal events, e-mail our Events and Special Projects Director at events@rbj.net.


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