October 4, 2013
2013 USBLN® 16th Annual Conference & Expo Success in Los Angeles, California

WASHINGTON, DC (October 4, 2013) – The 16th Annual US Business Leadership Network (USBLN®) Annual Conference & Expo held in Los Angeles, CA on September 30-October 3 was a resounding success. The event attracted over 500 corporate, government, disability-owned businesses and BLN affiliates attending the conference at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott hotel. The organization is pleased to announce that over 250 registrants were first time conference attendees, and the event featured keynote addresses by the Chairmen of the Board, Marriott Foundation, Richard E. Marriott and Preety Kumar, CEO of Deque Systems. [DOC | PDF]

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