Business Initiatives Breakfast Session IV: “MBL in DC: What Does it Mean for DC Businesses?”
Contact: Raguel Broy Turner
Manager, PR & Communications
October 20, 2004
Washington, D.C.—As Washington, DC and the region celebrate the return of Major League Baseball (MLB) to DC, many District-based businesses are interested in learning more about the financing plan for the proposed baseball stadium.
The fourth and final Business Initiatives Breakfast (BIB) of 2004 will help DC businesses understand MLB’s overall economic impact for the city, its businesses and residents as well as the details of the stadium’s financing plan. Featuring Councilmember Jack Evans, Chair of the Committee on Finance & Revenue and Steve Green, Special Assistant to the Mayor, this interactive seminar will offer DC businesses both the legislative and executive perspectives and answer questions related to MLB.
Space for this event is limited and an RSVP is required. For registration, please contact Andrea Nicholaou at firstname.lastname@example.org or download the form and fax to (202) 661-8671 to reserve your space.
- 2004 Business Initiatives Breakfast, Session IV: “Major League Baseball in DC: What Does it Mean for District Businesses?”
- Thursday, November 18, 2004 (8:00 – 10:00 a.m.)
- Reed Smith LLP
- 1301 K Street, NW
- East Tower Penthouse
- Metro: McPherson Square or Metro Center
The Washington, DC Marketing Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit, public/private partnership dedicated to promoting business opportunities throughout DC and contributing to business retention and attraction activities. For more information visit www.wdcep.com/about.