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ISU to host 11th annual Groundhog Day Economic Forecast Breakfast Feb. 1

January 31, 2007

MEDIA ADVISORY

GROUNDHOG DAY ECONOMIC FORECAST BREAKFAST TOMORROW AT ISU

WHAT: Indiana State University will host the 11th annual Groundhog Day Economic Forecast Breakfast. The event features comments on national, state and local issues from an array of panelists. Presenters will provide various perspectives on national issues, comment on state issues, provide local business forecasting and follow up with a question and answer session.

WHEN: 7 to 8:30 a.m. Feb. 1, 2007

WHERE: Dede I of ISU’s Hulman Memorial Student Union.

WHO: Speakers this year include Terre Haute Mayor Kevin Burke, Inside Indiana Business Host Gerry Dick, Dora Hotel Company Owner Tim Dora and ISU Economics Professor Robert Guell. The event is sponsored by the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce, ISU's College of Business and Terre Haute Savings Bank and Financial Services.

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EVENT CONTACTS: Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce at (812) 232-2391; Indiana State University College of Business, (812) 237-2000 or business@indstate.edu.

MEDIA CONTACT: Maria Greninger, associate director, Communications & Marketing, Indiana State University, (812) 237-4357 (today) or mgreninger@indstate.edu or via cell phone Feb. 1 at (812) 249-8759.

Story Highlights

Indiana State University will host the 11th annual Groundhog Day Economic Forecast Breakfast. The event, which is sponsored by ISU's College of Business, the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce and Terre Haute Savings Bank and Financial Services, features presenters with various perspectives on national issues, comments on state issues and local business forecasting.

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