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September 17, 2007

 Albany -- Seminars will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn with events that focus on construction related fields.    

"You have to know the procedure and requirements. You have to know the rules to the game before you can actually engage. I think by coming to the conference, you have an opportunity to really learn those rules, and familiarize your self with people  who are already in it and it will just give you the heads up," said SDBU Director Pinky Douglas.

The week will be sponsored by the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business and the Albany Diversity Council.

Anyone who wants more information on next week's events can call 229-878-3151.


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