BB&T Chairman and CEO To Keynote 2014 Economic Forecast Forum

November 18, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For More Information Contact:
Brandon Wright, Director of Communications
919-781-7979
brandon@ncbankers.org

RALEIGH, N.C. – The 12th Annual Economic Forecast Forum, sponsored by BB&T and hosted by the North Carolina Bankers Association and North Carolina Chamber on Monday, January 6 at the Sheraton Imperial, RTP, will include multiple outlooks for the year ahead. The Forum spotlights key business and political leaders who look to the future of the economy in our state, region and nation.  The main session of the Forum, co-sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina, Business North Carolina and Duke Energy, will feature a keynote address from Kelly King, Chairman & CEO of BB&T. 

“As we move into 2014, our country must compete globally. China, for example,  is implementing changes that could be its biggest economic overhaul in two decades.  It has never been more important for us all to have a good understanding of the economic outlook and how it may impact our lives. All attendees at the Forum can look forward to gaining insight from economic experts and participating in discussions revolving around specific implications for investors,” observes Thad Woodard, President & CEO of the NCBA.

With a history of more than one thousand attendees from business, government, education and nonprofits, statewide, this event will sell out quickly. To register, visit www.ncba.com or contact Christy Santacana at the N.C. Bankers Association at christy@ncbankers.org or (800) 662-7044. 

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About the North Carolina Bankers Association
The North Carolina Bankers Association brings together all categories of banking institutions that best represent the interests of our rapidly changing state. The state’s banks have provided support to their communities since 1872. Look for a current listing at www.ncba.com.

About the North Carolina Chamber
The North Carolina Chamber is the largest broad-based business advocacy organization in the state with the mission of proactively driving change to make sure that North Carolina is a leading place in the world to do business.  More than 35,000 employers of all sizes and sectors are members of the North Carolina Chamber and partners in its Chamber Federation.  Founded in 1942, the North Carolina Chamber is the state affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and National Association of Manufacturers. For more information, visit www.ncchamber.net or call (919) 836-1400.

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