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Free Speech Coalition Membership Meeting Scheduled for Adult Novelty Expo – July 19

July 11, 2006 –The Free Speech Coalition (FSC) is pleased to announce that it will hold a special membership meeting next week during the 2006 Adult Novelty Expo (ANE).

The meeting will take place Wednesday July 19 at 3:00 p.m. on the premises of the Universal Sheraton Hotel in meeting room Lanai #334, and will feature discussions on the following subjects:
  • Code of Ethics and Best Practices for the Adult Novelty Industry
  • Sex Toy Ban Legislation
  • An Update on 2257 & Utah Litigation
Speakers will include:

FSC Executive Director Michelle L. Freridge
FSC Board Chair Jeffrey J. Douglas

Membership Director Scott Lowther will also be in attendance. Communications Director Tom Hymes will moderate.

We encourage all members and non-members to attend. This is a rare opportunity to engage your trade association staff in person. Your opinions and ideas are very important to us!

Also on July 19, from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., there will be a seminar at ANE titled, "Zoning and Legal Issues for the Adult Sex Toy Industry: Industry Update, and What You Need to Know." It will feature industry attorneys Jeffrey Douglas and Clyde DeWitt. We strongly encourage members and others to attend if possible.

For more information, please contact Darmae at (818) 348-9373.

Free Speech Coalition is the trade organization of the adult entertainment industry. Its mission is to safeguard the industry from oppressive governmental regulation and to promote good business practices within the industry.



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