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Crossman & Company's Mark Thompson on the Panel for UCF Foundation Meeting


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2014-03-20 15:19:54 - Mark Thompson will speak on the panel at "The Next Bubble" event hosted by UCF Foundation's Investment Committee

For Immediate Release— March 20, 2014

Who: Mark Thompson, Managing Director for Crossman & Company, will be speaking on the panel at “The Next Bubble” event hosted by the UCF Foundation’s Investment Committee.
What: The Next Bubble event will discuss current conditions in Equities, Fixed Income, and Real Estate in the current markets. Professionals, including Mark Thompson will elaborate on what trends they feel may be around the corner.
Why: Learn the current conditions in Equities, Fixed Income, and Real Estate as well as projected trends for the near future.
Where: The University Club of Orlando
150 East Central Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32801

When: March 20, 2014
12pm-1:30pm
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Contact Information
Name Claire Pagán
Phone 407.581.6223 | Email cpagan@crossmanco.com

About

Crossman & Company
Crossman & Company was founded in 1990 and is a regional shopping center brokerage firm which represents over 200 shopping centers in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina and North Carolina. For more information, visit the company’s website: www.crossmanco.com


Contact Information:
Crossman & Company

3333 S. Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32806

Contact Person:
Brooke Shanks
Marketing Intern
Phone: 407-423-5400
email: email

Web: www.crossmanco.com



Author:
Claire Pagan
e-mail
Web: www.crossmanco.com
Phone: 4075816223

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