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Dan Bock attends 2014 RPAC President's Circle Conference

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[April 11, 2014]  NEW YORK ó By invitation of the National Association of Realtors, Dan Bock of Bock & Associates and ABE Lincoln Appraisal Service in Lincoln attended the 2014 RPAC President's Circle Conference at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City.

Speakers included:
  • Steve Brown, 2014 president of the National Association of Realtors

  • Cokie Roberts, political commentator and co-anchor for ABC News
    Topic: "An Insiderís View of Capitol Hill"

  • Jan Baran, top campaign and elections lawyer ó one of the "top 50 lawyers in Washington, D.C."
    Topic: "Citizens United: Past, Present & Future"
    RPAC fundraising session

  • Douglas Brinkley
    Topic: "The Evolution of the American Presidency"

  • Jerry Giovaniello
    Topic: "Legislative Update"

  • Lawrence Yun, economist with National Association of Realtors; Chris Mayer; Paul Milsten, professor of real estate and finance and economics at Columbia University
    Topic: "The State of the Economy"

  • Jeffrey Toobin
    Topic: "A Behind-the-Scenes View of the U.S. Supreme Court"

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  • Robert Gibbs, trusted adviser and strategist to President Obama and Karl Rove, past senior adviser to President George W. Bush, 2000-2007
    Topic: "Inside the White House"

  • Adm. James Stavridis, U.S. Navy, retired
    Topic: "Sailing the Cyber Sea: The New Realities of the 21st Century"

"This was one of the best conferences Iíve ever attended in 40 years of being a Realtor and real estate appraiser," Bock said. "Outstanding speakers."

2014 was the 10th year for the annual conference. The 2015 RPAC President's Circle conference is planned for Scottsdale, Ariz.

[Text from file received from Dan Bock & Associates]

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