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Date: November 5, 2007
Subject: Financial Planning Workshop - Nov 10

This is
G&G Associates
Tax & Financial Consulting Services

Hello everyone,

Here is the information for the all day Financial Planning Workshop for those of you in the 'Washington Metropolitan Area' looking to continue your education. There will be a multitude of speakers, to include "myself" at the event.

The Progressive Church family would like to invite each of you to attend their Economic Empowerment Summit 2007. Your support is greatly appreciated. They are expecting that many will be blessed by receiving valuable information on budgeting, real estate, mortgage, financial planning, retirement savings, banking and much more.

Breakfast begins at 8:00 am and also on-sight registration begins at 8:00 am. Therefore, they need you to RSVP NLT today Monday, November 5th so that they can plan for food (breakfast and lunch) and daycare for those bringing children. Call or e-mail the POC in the attached flyer (click on the link below) IMMEDIATELY!

Link for details:

The attached flyer will give you general information on the Economic Empowerment Summit 2007. The Agenda includes an open forum with investors, bankers, loan officers and financial planners from the local community after lunch. They will be giving special discounts and promise to work closely to offer additional assistance to those in attendance.

You will receive a double portion for sowing into your life by attending. If you have any questions please feel free to call or e-mail Jon and/or Kristi Gray at

"Still other seed fell on good soil. It came up, grew and produced a crop, multiplying thirty , sixty, or even a hundred times." Mark 4:8

Again, please let them know ASAP if you are interested in attending and/or need day care for your children that day.

Please send to others that you know are or may be interested!

God Bless

Gary Gray
Tax & Financial Consultant, RFC
G&G Associates
877-817-6031 toll-free
866-361-3872 toll free fax

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