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Congressman Carlos Curbelo to make first official public appearance before Latin Builders Association

(Miami, FL) – Congressman Carlos Curbelo will speak before members and guests of the Latin Builders Association (LBA) at their monthly Luncheon meeting this Friday, January 23, at the Miami Airport Convention Center.

Curbelo will discuss the current developments of the economy statewide and will provide insight on the existing events within the federal government. He will also address the current status of transportation and infrastructure as it affects not only the 26th Congressional district but all of the United States.

Following the event, Congressman Curbelo will be available for interviews, as well as representatives of the LBA, the largest Hispanic construction association in the United States.

WHO: Congressman Carlos Curbelo
LBA President Guillermo Fernandez
LBA President Elect Alex Lastra
LBA Immediate Past President Bernie Navarro
LBA Board of Directors
LBA Members

WHAT: 2015 LBA January Luncheon with guest speaker Congressman Carlos Curbelo

WHERE: Miami Airport Convention Center
711 NW 72nd Ave, Miami, FL 33126

WHEN: This Friday, January 23, 2015
Noon: Cocktail Reception
1pm: Luncheon and Guest Speakers

About the Latin Builders Association:

Established in 1971, The Latin Builders Association® (LBA) is the largest Hispanic construction association in the United States. The association, a non-profit organization that encompasses a vast array of individuals and companies related to South Florida’s vibrant construction industry, embodies the interests of builders, developers, contractors, architects, engineers, plumbers, electricians and tradesmen. We strive to provide a vital forum for discussion, networking, training/development, and representation at local and state level.

For more information visit www.lbaorg.com

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