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Get Involved In The 2014 HBCU Black Greek Picnic & Career Expo - June 5th, 2014

Get Involved In The 2014 HBCU Black Greek Picnic & Career Expo - June 5th, 2014
Posted By: Elynor Moss on December 05, 2013

It's that time of year again and I'm sure many of you are making final decisions around 2014 budgets, planning and other considerations. Last year's 2013 HBCU & Black Greek Diversity Career Expo event was an amazing success with 100% of respondents polled indicating they would participate in 2014.



Last year our event generated 150 Million digital media impressions, attracted more than 30,000 attendees and proves to be bigger and better this year beginning with even more hiring companies and a broader range of engaging speakers, seminars, workshops and resources for young professionals, a $15,000 grand prize step show and loads of customized entertainment experiences for attendees on and off-site!

This year, we invite you to get involved and participate in the largest Black Greek events in the nation - "The Atlanta Greek Picnic, 2014", and "The HBCU Black Greek Diversity Career Expo" on Thursday June 5th at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. The Standard Booth Rate is $2,499, with a discount available for non-profits and government agencies.

If you have an interest in learning more about Sponsorship, Pricing, or Getting Involved, please contact Daniel C. Moss - dmoss@hbcuconnect.com

Be sure to view and share our video and photo wrap-ups from last year's event.

Video Wrap Up: Click here...
Slideshow: Click here...

We'll see you in Atlanta!

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