Brent Nelsen to Hold First Economic Summit to Discuss South Carolina’s Failing Economy as Part of the Jobs for the Future Tour in the Upstate on Tuesday
For Immediate Release: Contact Josh Cooper
April 20, 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org
Brent Nelsen to Hold First Economic Summit to Discuss South Carolina’s Failing Economy as Part of the Jobs for the Future Tour in the Upstate on Tuesday, April 21st at 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Greenville – Brent Nelsen, who recently launched an exploratory committee for the 2010 Governor’s race, and a distinguished panel of business leaders, economists and community leaders, will discuss South Carolina’s failing economy on Tuesday, April 21st in Greenville, SC as part of Nelsen’s Jobs for the Future Economic Summits being held across the state.
This event is the first in a series of statewide Economic Summits designed to discuss the local, regional and statewide needs we all face during these difficult times. “The Jobs for the Future Tour is our chance to talk about the real-world issues facing us all and our opportunity to create a plan to put South Carolina back in business,” said Nelsen.
Summit is open to the public and the media. Panelists will be available for comment following the summit. To learn more about Brent Nelsen on the issues, visit http://www.brentnelsen.com.
What: Jobs for the Future Economic Summit – To discuss, Plan and Develop Economic Solutions for South Carolina’s Economic Recovery.
Who: Business and Community Leaders, Economic Experts, Hardworking South Carolinians.
Karen O’Neal, Owner, O’Neal Interior Design
Juan Sharp, Senior Pastor, Resurrection Power Ministries & Owner, Twosharp Construction
Aaron Von Frank, Managing Partner, REQuest, a sustainable redevelopment company in Greenville
Paul Wright, President, Virginia College in Greenville
Doug Webster, Commercial Real Estate, Grubb & Ellis|The Furman Co.
Jeff Yankow, Associate Professor of Economics, Furman University
When: Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Where: “FYI” 612 B/C South Main Street, Greenville