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Wolford has also served as a member of the executive committee of the Salt Institute, an industry trade group.
Too many people are concentrating on a few flaws that have been uncovered, says Bruce Gamble, president of the National Association of Investment Companies, the industry trade group for SSBICs and minority-focused investment companies in Washington.
We're exporting something of our culture," effuses Nancy Light of the Wine Institute, an industry trade group that's divided some $10 million in federal money among California wine groups since the marketing program began.
For example, the Mortgage Bankers Association, a national industry trade group, reported recently that mortgage applications were 1.
It was very exciting,'' said Feldman, now president and chief executive officer of the National Association of Television Program Executives, an industry trade group.
Joseph Strasburg is president of the Rent Stabilization Association, the largest industry trade group representing owners and agents responsible for over one million units of rental housing.
He is active in the Specialty Steel Industry of the United States (SSIUS), the industry trade group, and served as the first Chairman of its Stainless Steel Marketing Committee.
The Recording Industry Association of America brought a new wave of copyright infringement lawsuits against individual network users at 11 colleges, the industry trade group said Monday.
Power and Associates certification process was developed jointly with the Service & Support Professionals Association, an industry trade group for technology professionals working in service and support.
I think Californians are expanding their palates and trying new foods,'' said Jordan Rasmussen, spokesman for the California Restaurant Association, an industry trade group.
Figures from the Mexican Printing & Publishing Industry trade group show that there are 11,383 print shops in Mexico, of which 45 percent are formally engaged in the Maquiladora printing sector.
According to the industry trade group, in the fourth quarter of 2004 alone, nearly 530 million DVDs were shipped for retail - a 39 percent increase over the same period in 2003.

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