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Minority Supplier Council Takes It's Conference Out Of AZ


NEW YORK, -- The National Minority Supplier Development Council will hold its 2010 Conference and Business Opportunity Fair October 24-27 in Miami Beach, Florida. This conference was originally scheduled for the same dates in Phoenix, Arizona.

The decision to relocate the conference was made as a result of the concerns of NMSDC's members and constituents about the impact of Arizona S.B. 1070. The bill is inconsistent with the ideals and principles upon which the NMSDC operates, including valuing diversity and inclusion for all.

 

SOURCE National Minority Supplier Development Council



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