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ILM huddlers, want to have lunch w/Steve Smith?

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Cape Fear Community College has a fundraiser every year and this year have lined up Steve Smith to speak on May 15.

 

I have to help sell tickets ($100 "donation" per seat) so let me know if you are interested.  Steep for banquet food but hope he is still in quote machine mode in May.

 

Still working out details on if there is a meet & greet or if he will take questions but should be an interesting speech.  He is a big proponent of community colleges and will share some stories about his life.

 

 

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Keep us informed.  I would be interested in that.

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If I went he'd probably end up kicking my ass because I would repeatedly bow and anointment him the greatest of all time. As long as he tells me to Ice Up son afterwards we'll be square.

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