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  National Conference of State Liquor Administrators
When:
June 16, 2019 at 1:00 pm
-to-
June 19, 2019 at 12:00 pm
 
Where:
The Seelbach Hilton Hotel
500 South Fourth Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
 
NCSLA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2019
Take a tour of the Seelbach Hilton.
 
Conference Room Rate*:
SEELBACH Group Rate: NEARLY SOLD OUT! ($189.00/night plus taxes for single/double occupancy). See below about rooms at Embassy Suites.
 
SEELBACH Government Rate: SOLD OUT! ($122.00/night plus taxes for single/double occupancy) See below about per diem rooms at Embassy Suites.
 
NOTE: your State or Government ID is required at hotel check-in.
 
*Rates available 3 days before and after the conference, subject to hotel availability.
 
Reserve by Telephone: Call SEELBACH at (502) 585-3200 or toll free (800) 333-3399 and ask for Reservations.
 
Group Reservation Website: make your SEELBACH hotel reservation online!
 
Associate members and Invited Guests room block
 
Secondary Hotel - Embassy Suites Louisville Downtown, 501 S. Fourth St. (next to Seelbach)
 
EMBASSY SUITES Government Rate: $122.00/night plus taxes for single/double occupancy. There’s a limited number of rooms so reserve soon before they are gone! NOTE: your State or Government ID is required at hotel check-in.
 
EMBASSY SUITES Group Rate: $199.00/night plus taxes for single/double occupancy.
 
Reserve by Telephone EMBASSY SUITES: Call (502) 813-3838 to speak with Catherine Peace. Associate members and Invitees ask for group rate code CSL; State regulators and Government Associate members ask for per diem rate code NCP.
 
EMBASSY SUITES Group Reservation Websites: make your hotel reservation online (conference dates only)!
 
State Regulators and Government Associate members room block
 
Associate Members and Invited Guests room block
 
Public Transportation:
 
Airline Travel
Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF) is located approximately 15 minutes (6 miles) from the Seelbach Hilton and is serviced by major airlines. Please visit the website for more information.
 
Local Transportation
The Seelbach Hilton offers complimentary shuttle service to/from the Louisville International Airport from 5:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Call the Valet at (502) 585-3200 to schedule.
 
The EMBASSY SUITES offers complimentary shuttle service to/from the Louisville International Airport. Call the main number at (502) 813-3800 once flight lands; wait time is 15-20 minutes.
 
Cab fares cost approximately $25.00 to/from Louisville International Airport.
 
Driving Directions
 
Hotel Parking Rates
Valet – $27.00 per day
Self (or Off-site) - $23.00 per day
 
Conference Host – Contact:
Carol Beth Martin
Call (502) 782-1000 or email carolbeth.martin@ky.gov
 

NCSLA 2019 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
June 16-19, 2019
Louisville, Kentucky

NCSLA 2019 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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Conference Information

Louisville. Looeyville. No matter how you say it, Louisville is a colorful southern city rich in tradition yet still vibrant earning its place as one of the top places to travel in the United States.

"If these United States can be called a body, then Kentucky can be called its heart."
                                          - Jesse Stuart

Business Meeting

Regulation of alcoholic beverages and industry practices are now more important than ever. Why you ask? Because the continuous evolution of innovation and technology driven by consumer demands and consolidation, necessitate that every level of government proactively re-evaluate their laws and regulations to thoughtfully yet safely support a level playing field of production, distribution, sales and marketing of products in this unique and transforming industry.

Join us for this year’s business program, titled "Regulation Matters," and learn about the consumer landscape of today and tomorrow in addition to recent regulatory challenges. Various panels about timely topics such as industry "diversity" and "human trafficking and alcohol" will be featured. Other subjects include: evolving industry business models, lessons learned from state software system deployments, what’s next in regulating cannabis businesses, the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court case of TWSRA v. Byrd (a Supreme Court decision is expected by the conference date), a legal update of the year’s influential court cases by Richard Blau, plus an ethics session and much more! NCSLA is your consistent source for strategic regulatory planning and sharing of best practices in these changing times and you won’t want to miss this educational event. To view the entire business agenda and partial list of proficient presenters, just click on the links below.

Business Agenda | Presenter Biographies | Social Agenda

Social Activities

The social agenda will include a Welcome Reception Sunday evening at the Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse located in the famous Fourth Street Live! entertainment district. The Bourbon Trail officially begins at the Frazier History Museum and many distilleries now have an urban experience along Whiskey Row. Attendees also have the option of visiting the Muhammad Ali Center and the Louisville Slugger Museum, to name a few. There are many attractions and events in Louisville so check out the opportunities and make plans to explore during your stay. Cue the bugler. The closing night will feature a Derby-themed evening at historic Churchill Downs where attendees will enjoy photos by the iconic Twin Spires, mock racing, and a tour of the track where the "fastest two minutes in sports" happens every May! Of course, everyone knows the Derby is about "Hatitude" and you’ll need a fashionable hat for this event. Don’t have one? Don’t want to pack one? No problem....you can make your very own personalized Derby hat upon arrival at Churchill Downs. The cost is $20 per person and you pay at the event. Be sure to select that option on the registration form if you’d like to participate.

Social Agenda

Registration Information

Early conference registration ends Wednesday, May 1, 2019 so don’t delay! The registration fee increases $50.00 starting May 2, 2019.

You have the option of paying by credit card or check. The registration fees are outlined below.

Registration fees:
  • State Member = $400 ($450 after May 1)
    TRAVEL BAN? Contact Pam Frantz for details about the NCSLA Travel Subsidy program.
  • Government Associate Member = $450 ($500 after May 1)
  • Associate Member = $550 ($600 after May 1)
  • Invitee of NCSLA President or Conference Host = $550 ($600 after May 1)
  • NCSLA Past President = Fee waived (NCSLA Bylaws Article I, Section 5B)
  • NCSLA Past President Spouse = Fee waived (NCSLA Bylaws Article I, Section 5B)
  • Spouse/Guest = $250 ($300 after May 1)
  • Spouse/Guest (Tuesday Churchill Downs Banquet Only) = $150 ($200 after May 1)
  • Guest 3 – 20 Years Old = $100 ($150 after May 1)
  • Guest 3 – 20 Years Old (Tuesday Churchill Downs Banquet Only) = $75 ($125 after May 1)
  • Guest 2 Years Old and Under = Fee Waived

If you are paying by check* please make it payable and mail to "National Conference of State Liquor Administrators", 543 Long Hill Road, Gurnee, IL 60031 along with a copy of your registration.

*Please note that payment by check is not available after May 31, 2019.*

CANCELLATION POLICY: All cancellations are subject to a $200.00 deduction per person. Due to contractual commitments there will be NO REFUNDS AFTER MAY 31, 2019. NCSLA Federal Tax ID Number: 52-6043243.

ATTIRE: Attire for all scheduled business and social functions is business casual with the exception of the Churchill Downs event, Derby-themed attire is welcome for the President’s Banquet. Churchill Downs Dress Code permits jackets, blazers, vests, shirts with collars, dresses, pantsuits, slacks, and sweaters. Please note that jeans, shorts, tennis shoes and denim are NOT permitted in specified areas of Churchill Downs.

WEATHER: The average high/low temperatures in Louisville are 85° / 65° F so be sure to pack for hot, sunny weather!

SPECIAL NEEDS:Individuals with disabilities or special dietary requirements who need special accommodations should email Jan Lile at jan.lile@ky.gov to make arrangements. Requests should be made no later than Friday, May 31, 2019 to allow sufficient time for us to meet your needs.

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION: the cost of one (1) 6 ft. or 8 ft. skirted table for two (2) consecutive conference days is $400 per table. If you would like to purchase exhibit space please complete the Exhibitor section on the registration form. Exhibitor is responsible for making arrangements with the hotel. Please complete the Exhibit Requirement Form and send to Jeremy Miller at the Seelbach Hilton to coordinate and assist you with internet access or electrical needs (e.g. cords, power strips, etc.) and arrange for direct billing. Jeremy’s email address is jmiller@seelbachhilton.com and phone number is (502) 585-9218.

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LOOK WHO'S COMING!

Name Organization Title
Warren Arakaki County of Hawaii - Liquor Control Liquor Commissioner
Bruce Bailey Nebraska Liquor Control Commission Commissioner
Steven Barker Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement (ABLE) Commission Deputy Director and General Counsel
Debbi Beavers Kansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Division - Department of Revenue Director
Matthew D. Botting California Alcoholic Beverage Control General Counsel
A. Keith Burt Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement (ABLE) Commission Director
Janelle Christian Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau Industry Outreach Program Manager
Ebony Connor Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission Legal Associate
Sara Cooley Broschart Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board Public Health Liaison
Robert Darrow Liquor Enforcement Division - State of Colorado Agent In Charge
Rodrigo Diaz Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Chief Counsel
Randy Eichacker South Dakota Department of Revenue Revenue Supervisor
Jon Engelman Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board Liquor Manager
Susan Evans Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau Director, Office of Industry and State Outreach
Jason Evans South Dakota Department of Revenue Deputy Director
Christine Foster Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Staff Attorney
Sidney Fuke County of Hawaii - Liquor Control Liquor Adjudication Board Member
Narsi Ganaban Honolulu Liquor Commission Commissioner
Rick Garza Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board Director
Jenn Grentz Oregon Liquor Control Commission Alcohol Licensing Manager
Bryant Haley Oregon Liquor Control Commission Alcohol Spokesperson
Joshua Harrison Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission Prosecutor
Travis G. Hill Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority Chief Executive Officer
Anna C. Hirai Liquor Commission, City and County of Honolulu Assistant Administrator
Eric Hirata California ABC Director
Harry A. Hoch, Jr. Nebraska Liquor Control Commission Commissioner
Michael Hughes County of Hawaii - Liquor Control Liquor Commissioner
Stephen B. Humphress Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Assistant Attorney General
Milissa Johnson-Wiles Nebraska Liquor Control Commission Assistant Attorney General
Howard Kelly County of Hawaii - Liquor Control Liquor Adjudication Board Member
Adam Koenig Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Chair, Kentucky House of Representatives Licensing & Occupations Committee
Darren Lee Honolulu Liquor Commission Commissioner
Ernest Legier Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control Commissioner
Elizabeth Lehman Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board Customer Service Manager
Kim Lowe Nebraska Liquor Control Commission Commissioner
DeMario Luttrell Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division Assistant Bureau Chief - Regulatory Compliance
Steve Marks Oregon Liquor Control Commission Executive Director
Joseph McCullough California ABC Chief Deputy Director
Bradley McDowell Missouri Division of Alcohol & Tobacco Control Deputy Chief of Enforcement
Ryan Mercurio Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission Assistant Councel
Malama Minn Honolulu Liquor Commission Commissioner
Duane Miyashiro Honolulu Liquor Commission Commissioner
Gary Murai Department of Liquor Control, County of Maui Deputy Corporation Counsel
Franklin Don Pacarro, Jr. Honolulu Liquor Commission Administrator
Linda Pham-Kokinos Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control Attorney
Thomas Philpot Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Chief of Staff
David Postman WA State Liquor and Cannabis Board Chair
LeAnna Prange Nebraska Liquor Control Commission Deputy Director
Denise Roberg Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division Program Planner 3
Hobert Rupe Nebraska Liquor Control Commission Executive Director
Becky Schlauch Montana Department of Revenue Administrator, Alcoholic Beverage Control Division
Joshua Stepp Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission Staff Attorney
Michelle Stone-Principato Liquor Enforcement Division - State of Colorado Director
Stephanie Strauss Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division Government Relations Officer
Nathan Stuart Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau Industry Analyst
Steve Swanson Montana Department of Revenue Operations Analyst
Gerald Takase County of Hawaii - Liquor Control Director
Arthur Taniguchi County of Hawaii - Liquor Control Liquor Adjudication Board Member
Dorothy Taylor Missouri Division of Alcohol & Tobacco Control State Supervisor
Christin Templeton Missouri Division of Alcohol & Tobacco Control Chief of Enforcement
Christopher Thiemann Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau Distilled Spirits Program Manager
Russell F. Thomas Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission Executive Director
Scherael Thurston-Shell Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division Compliance Officer 2 - Administrative Actions
John Yeomans Delaware Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement Chief of Police
Kevin Ainsworth Jones Walker LLP Partner
Eric Anderson InfoLawGroup LLP Partner
Jim Andrews System Automation Corp. Senior Account Manager
Doug Bailey Gopuff VP Corporate Affairs
Shauna A. Barnes Kaleo Legal Partner
Randy Barnhart Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits VP Governmental Relations Eastern Region & Canada
Steven Becker Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits Executive Vice President
Chris Becker Better Rhodes Founder
Scott E. Bedwell Bose McKinney & Evans LLP Consultant
Terri Beirne Wine Institute Eastern Counsel
Richard Blau GrayRobinson, P.A. Chair, Alcohol Beverage and Food Department
Annie Bones Wine Institute Regulatory Compliance Manager
Carrie Bonnington Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman Partner
Donovan Borvan Webster Law Partners PC
Philip Boykin Virginia Beer Wholesalers Association President & CEO
Dewey Brackin BrackinSchwartz & Associates Partner
Christopher Branch Winelaw.net/KC Branch Firm Attorney
Jeannie Bremer The Wine Group Vice President of Compliance & Public Policy
Michael Brewer Alcoholic Beverage Consulting Service President
Mary Brousseau USA Wine West, LLC Compliance Director
Kristi Brown DISCUS Senior Director, State Government Relations, Central Region
Clayton Bryd Amazon Services LLC Senior Manager, Public Policy
Larry Buckner National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA) Associate Counsel
Robert Budoff DISCUS Senior Vice President for State Regulatory Affairs
Lynna Card Sierra Nevada Brewing Company Regulatory & Compliance
Kristin Carlton Penrose Hill, Limited Director, Compliance
Jeff Carroll Avalara General Manager, Beverage Alcohol
Adam Chafetz Health Communications, Inc. ~ (The TIPS Program) President
Laurence Chaplin Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits Vice President
Dimitrios Christopoulos Christopoulos Law Group, LLC Principal
Roger Clayton Strike Kerr & Johns | Alcohol Beverage Law Attorney
Joshua Collier Computronix (U.S.A.) Inc. Solutions Consultant
Larry Cormier Sovos ShipCompliant GM, ShipCompliant
Ashley Cowgill Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman Associate
Alicia Cronbach Cronbach Law Group PC Principal
Christopher Curtin Republic National Distributing Co. Director of Regulatory Affairs
Fred Damuth The Greentree Group Senior Business Advisor
Liz Darrington goPuff Corporate Counsel - Regulated Products
Rob DeVries Computronix (U.S.A.) Inc. Business Development Manager
Chris Delahanty The Greentree Group Senior Developer
Andy Deloney Johnson Brothers Vice President of External Affairs
Kristina Dickens Christopoulos Law Group, LLC Partner
Jerry Dinallo Lobos 1707 Chief Legal Officer
Christine Dower McDermott Will & Emery LLP Attorney
Lara Dunbar Reyes Beer Division Director, Governmental Relations & Public Affairs
R.E. Tuck Duncan Duncan Law Firm Attorney
Danielle Elks Elks Law Attorney
Lorene Epple Brydon, Swearengen & England P.C. Paralegal
Pamela Erickson Public Action Management President/CEO
Lucy Farber St. George Spirits, Inc. Operations Manager
Lindsey Farina Skene Law Firm, P.C. Associate
Earl Farkas Gozdecki, Del Giudice, Americus, Farkas & Brocato LLP Senior Partner
Jim Farrell BMI Brand Services President & CEO
Jessica Fike FIFCO USA Regulatory Compliance Specialist
Kristal Fiser United Parcel Service Director State Government Affairs
Pamela Frantz NCSLA Executive Director
Kimberly Frost Martin, Frost & Hill, P.C. Shareholder
Emily Gant Foster Garvey PC Principal
Paul Gatza Brewers Association Senior VP Professional Brewing
Wes Geiselman Post Polak, P.A. Attorney
Kevin Gerow Christopoulos Law Group Associate Attorney
Travis Gibbons Amazon Services LLC Manager, Public Policy
Luis Gonzalez Republic National Distributing Co. VP, Regulatory Affairs & Commercial Counsel
Steve Gross Wine Institute Vice President, State Relations
Bridget Halbur Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. Associate General Counsel
Benjamin A. Halpert Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. Head of Ethics & Compliance
Marc Hantman Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits Counsel
Curtis Harrington Belcher Sykes Harrington PLLC Attorney
John Harris GrayRobinson, P.A. Government Consultant
Amy Harrison Amy Harrison Consulting, LLC Consultant
Ryan Haynes Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of Tennessee Executive Director
Jake Hegeman Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America, Inc. Assistant General Counsel, Legal and Regulatory Affairs
Alison Herman Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits Sr. Counsel
Jay Hibbard DISCUS Senior Vice President, State Public Policy
Henry E. Hildebrand III Belcher Sykes Harrington PLLC Attorney
John Hinman Hinman & Carmichael LLP Partner
Bahaneh Hobel Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty Partner, Head of Alcohol Beverage Law and Compliance
Karen Hoff Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits Compliance Manager
Victoria G Horton California Beer & Beverage Distributors Association President
Maria Jackson Instacart Director & Associate General Counsel, Regulatory
Sally Jefferson Wine Institute Regional Director
Melani Johns Strike Kerr & Johns | Alcohol Beverage Law Partner
Chris Jones The Greentree Group Principal
Katherine Jost FIFCO USA Counsel
Anne M. Junia Powell Junia P.C. Partner
Lisa Kahler Ready Training Online Business Consultant
Erin Kelleher Hinman & Carmichael LLP Partner
William A. Kelley, Jr. Beer Distributors of Massachusetts Inc. President
Tom Kerr Strike Kerr & Johns | Alcohol Beverage Law Partner
Kirk Kimmelshue Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. Region Vice President, State Government Affairs
Ron Kohler The Greentree Group Program Manager
Jeremy Kruidenier Wine and Spirits Distributors of Illinois Executive Director and General Counsel
Amber Leyva Duckhorn Wine Company Director Regulatory Compliance
Wilhelm Liebmann Dykema Gossett, PLLC Member Attorney
Hunter Limbaugh Wine Institute Southeastern Counsel
Nick Lucca Lionstone International President
Kevin Luckey California Family Beer Distributors Executive Director
Colleen Lyons Darden Restaurants, Inc. Senior Director, Licensing & Liquor Compliance
Michael D. Madigan Minnesota Beer Wholesalers Association President / Legal Counsel
Ayesha Mahapatra Republic National Distributing Co. Vice President and Assistant General Counsel
Matthew Mann WineDirect, Inc. Vice President, Legal
Patrick Maroney Maroney Consulting Services Consultant
Carol Martel Wine Institute Northeastern Counsel
Carol Beth Martin MTX Group, Inc. VP, Government Solutions
Michael Martinez Greenspoon Marder, LLP Senior Counsel
Alva Mather McDermott Will & Emery LLP Partner
Elizabeth McKay goPuff Government Affairs Specialist
Jeffrey A. McKenzie Dentons Bingham Greenebaum LLP Partner and Beverage Alcohol Team Co-Leader
Stephanie Meier Amazon Services LLC Sr. Corporate Counsel, Alcohol
Michael Mercurio Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty
Jennifer Miller Instacart Product Counsel, Regulatory
Claire Mitchell Stoel Rives LLP Attorney
Jo Moak Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America, Inc. Exec. Vice President and General Counsel
Edward O'Toole CA Beer & Beverage Distributors Assn Consultant
Caroline OConnell Caroline O'Connell Law, LLC Attorney
Robert J. OHara Flaherty and O'Hara, P.C. Attorney
Sean OLeary O'Leary Law and Policy Group, LLC President
Randy Ornstein gopuff Director of Alcohol
David Ozgo Distilled Spirits Council Of The United States (DISCUS) Senior VP, Economic & Strategic Analysis
Pam Paziotopoulos Reyes Beer Division Director, ABC Compliance
Dustin Pickens Federal Express Corporation Senior Counsel
Harlan Powell Powell Junia P.C. Partner
Neil Rhodes Direct Wines, Inc. VP & Chief Financial Officer
Kelly Roberson Center for Alcohol Policy Executive Director
Alan Rosenberg Republic National Distributing Co. General Counsel & Executive Vice President
Marika Rothfeld The Duckhorn Portfolio Corporate Counsel
Tyler Rudd Wine Institute Central States Counsel
Matthew D. Saltzman Saltzman Mugan Dushoff Managing Shareholder
Adena Santiago Husch Blackwell LLP Partner
Mary Jane Saunders Beer Institute Vice President & General Counsel
Ryan Saxe Saltzman Mugan Dushoff Attorney
Erik Schaeffer Fintech Manager, Regulatory Affairs
Christopher Shepard NCSLA Senior Editor, Beer Marketers Insights
Theresa Shircliffe United Parcel Service UPS Corporate Compliance and Ethics, Regulated Goods Manager
Nichole Shustack McDermott Will & Emery LLP Counsel
Charles Smarr Brydon, Swearengen & England P.C. Attorney
Adam Smith DISCUS Vice President Government Relations
Marc Sorini Brewers Association General Counsel
Sarah Spiller Cronbach Law Group PC Director, Compliance and Integration
Rebecca Stamey-White Hinman & Carmichael LLP Partner
Adam Stapen Dill, Dill, Carr, Stonbraker & Hutchings, PC Partner
Jessica Starns Jessica Starns Attorney At Law, LLC Partner
Rebecca Stolberg California Beer & Beverage Distributors Association Vice President
Barry Strike Strike Kerr & Johns | Alcohol Beverage Law Partner
Dale Szyndrowski Szyndrowski Consulting, LLC
Louis Terminello Greenspoon Marder, LLP Chair, Hospitality, Alcohol and Leisure Industry Group, Partner
William Tomaszewski Wine.com, Inc. General Counsel
Wendy Turk Fintech Director, Regulatory Affairs
Robert Ueoka Bishop Street Law Group Attorney
Tom Wark National Association of Wine Retailers Executive Director
Bart Watson Brewers Association Chief Economist
James Webster Webster Law Partners PC
Laura Wentling Ready Training Online Government Affairs
Allyssa Wickstrom Duckhorn Wine Company Vice President, Deputy General Counsel
Jay Wiederhold Pennsylvania Beer Alliance President
Robert Wiest Poppiti Law Firm Regulatory Compliance Specialist
Rachele Winningham Buchman Law Firm, LLP Partner
Mike B. Wittenwyler Godfrey & Kahn SC Shareholder
David Wojnar DISCUS Senior Vice President and Head of State Public Policy
Stanley Wolowski Flaherty & O'Hara Attorney
Samuel Wright Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. Associate General Counsel
Ross Yamasaki Capitol Consultants of Hawaii Vice President
Emmanuel Zibakalam Pacific Business Advocates Principal

 
 

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