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AES Broadcast  12/28/2007          Broadcast  #  2007035
 Export Compliance Seminar - February 20, 2008 (Portland, OR)
 Mr. Jerome (Jerry) Greenwell, Trade Ombudsman for the Foreign Trade 
         Division, U.S. Department of Commerce will be leading an all day seminar 
         focused on new export controls, AES regulation updates, enforcement 
         trends and best practices for both freight forwarders and exporters alike.
Jerry will be joined by George R. Tuttle, III, a trade attorney focused 
         on Customs and Export Control matters for the past 20 years.  He has a 
         wide variety of experience involving diverse compliance issues, as well 
         as Focused Assessments and other agency interactions. 
The export environment has dramatically changed and we have new Export 
         Control Laws with increased penalty provisions, as well as increased 
         scrutiny of Exports by CBP and Census.  Come learn about this new 
         environment and the regulation and security issues that everyone engaged
         in Exports must understand to remain compliant, aware and out of trouble. 
DATE:  Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Schedule: 	8:00 		Registration and coffee
         8:30-11:30 	Seminar
         11:30-1:00 	Lunch
         1:00-4:30 	Seminar continuance
LOCATION:	Sheraton Airport Hotel 
         Mt. Hood A & B -Seminar, Mt. Hood C - Lunch
         8235 NE Airport Way
         Portland, OR  97220   503-249-7613
Cost:  	$249 Member, Seminar and Lunch
         $219 each add’l member from same firm
         $299 Non-member with Lunch
         $269 each add’l non-member/same firm
Luncheon Only:
         Member   $30.00 with reservation 
         Non-member Cost $45.00 with reservation 
Make check payable to Columbia River Brokers & Forwarders 
         Assoc. (CRCBFA) and mail payment and registration to: 
         CRCB&FA, c/o George S. Bush & Co., PO Box 8829, Portland OR  97208. 
         Limited space is available so hurry to register.  Please address questions
         to Patricia Hainline at or 503-273-1263.
 For complete details, including the schedule, fees, a flyer and 
         registration information, visit the Census site at 
 For further information or questions, contact the U.S. Census Bureau's 
         Regulations Branch at 1-800-549-0595, menu option 3 or at 

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