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Wal-Mart CEO Scott Keynotes CTFA Meeting

November 14, 2005

Wal-Mart chief executive officer and president H. Lee Scott Jr. will deliver the keynote address during the Thursday morning business session at the CTFA 2004 annual meeting at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, in Boca Raton, FL, from Feb. 25-28.

Also, best-selling authors Robert Kagan and Seth Godin will present during the course of the meeting. Mr. Kagan will speak at the Friday morning special breakfast session, organizers said. Carol and Ken Adelman of Movers and Shakespeares will close Friday’s business session using leadership lessons learned from Shakespeare’s Henry the Vth.

Other highlights include “The Washington Report” on Thursday to update attendees on scientific, legal, and regulatory actions affecting the industry, The Look Good...Feel Better celebration on Friday night featuring The Passing Zone’s Jon Wee and Owen Morse and a variety of social and sporting events, including golf and tennis tournaments. More info: CTFA meetings department, (202) 331-1770; E-mail: meetings@ctfa.org; Website: www.ctfa.org.

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