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BB&T CEO Kelly King to Speak at ECU on October 30

Kelly S. King, chairman and chief executive officer of BB&T Corporation, will speak at East Carolina University on Wednesday, October 30, hosted by the College of Business’ Leadership and Professional Development Program. The public is invited to attend this free even, which will begin at 3:30 pm in Wright Auditorium at ECU.

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Click on the link below to learn more about Kelly King.

ECU to Host BB&T CEO

Join us for Another Percentage Night

The ECU College of Business is helping the Greenville community fight hunger one step at a time. The Greater Greenville CROP Hunger Walk will be on October 20, 2013. 25% of the proceeds will go directly to our community to help expand our gardening and nutrition education programs.

You can help us raise money by attending our last percentage night!

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Can’t make it to Winslow’s? Donate directly to our page here: COB CROP Walk Team Page

Let’s make a difference in our community!

STOP Hunger Now

Have you been wondering how you can help STOP hunger in our community and around the nation? Now is your chance!

The Greater Greenville CROP Hunger Walk will be on October 20, 2013. 25% of the proceeds will go directly to our community to help expand our gardening and nutrition education programs. You can help in the fight by attending our second percentage night!

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Can’t make it to Bubba’s? Donate directly to our page here: COB CROP Walk Team Page

Let’s make a difference in our community!

Fighting Hunger One Step at a Time

“The CROP walk is just around the corner and we need your help!  Please join us on October 20th as we step out in the fight against hunger and malnutrition! Twenty-five percent of the proceeds collected in 2013 will stay in our local community and support Third Street Community Center. Funds will be utilized to continue expansion of its community gardening and nutrition education efforts together with Greenville Harvest and the West Greenville Community Garden Network.”

You can help our team by attending our first percentage night at Chick-fil-A in Winterville, tonight! Donate directly here: COB CROP Walk Team Page

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