THIS EVENT HAS TAKEN PLACE AND IS RECORDED HERE AS AN HISTORICAL ARCHIVE.
Contact: Shadawn Smith, 917-627-8710
For Immediate Release:
�Living the Parable of the Talents: Applying Its Truths & Avoiding Its Consequences:
A One-Day Seminar on the Importance of Faithful Financial Management�
Saturday, February 3, 2007
(Brooklyn, NY) The Emmanuel Economic Community Development Corporation presents �Living the Parable of the Talents: Applying Its Truths & Avoiding Its Consequences A One-Day Seminar on the Importance of Faithful Financial Management� for on Saturday, February 3, 2007 at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 279 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, from 8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Join us for a day of information and inspiration as we explore the strategies behind �work� and �gain� that enable you to increase the talents with which YOU have been blessed. Isn't time for you to become financially fit?
Topics to be covered at the seminar:
|Investing and Wealth Creation|
|Saving for Houses, Cars and College|
|Retirement and Estate Planning|
|Money Management for Teens|
You will also be able to meet with an array of financial professionals to
talk more specifically about your financial future.
This is a free event. Register early! Conference capacity is limited. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form or download the registration form at www.ebc-ny.org. For more information or questions, call 718-622-0908.
The Emmanuel Community and Economic Development Corporation (ECEDC) is a 501-c3 non-profit subsidiary of Emmanuel Baptist Church. The ECEDC works to strengthen and transform the lives of the community through financial literacy, housing advocacy, and small business development.
One of the speakers at this event will be financial journalist, author, and entrepreneur, Kelvin Boston
Kelvin Boston is a sought-after public speaker, distinguished financial
journalist and best-selling author who believes that financial education is the
key that unlocks the doors to financial success. Boston is the executive
producer and host of the Moneywise with Kelvin Boston public
television series. He is also the author of the best-selling book, Smart
Money Moves For African Americans (Putnam). The New York Times
referred to Boston as an �outspoken voice for economic empowerment.�
AALBC.com will be on hand to sell books after Mr. Boston's signing.
The first person to present Troy Johnson with a print out of this page will receive a free, autographed copy of Kelvin Boston's book: