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Vote for the FSC Board of Directors!
December 1, 2006 – Free Speech Coalition (FSC) members will receive their ballots in the mail next week to cast their vote for the 2007-2008 Board of Directors.
Incumbents include First Amendment Attorney Jeffrey Douglas; Mara Epstein, Business Development Consultant with XBIZ and Crush; Senior Editor of AVN Mark Kernes; First Amendment Attorney Reed Lee; and Naked Sword CEO Tim Valenti. All are running for another two-year term on the Free Speech Coalition Board of Directors
Michael Fattorosi, Esq; Partner of Fattorosi & Chisvin;
Phyllis Heppenstall, Founder/Chairman of the Board for Peekay, Inc.;
Martin P. O’Malley, Jr. Owner of. Plan B Investments, Inc.;
Bo – aka – David Pezzullo, Director of Sales and Marketing for East Coast News;
Jesse Spencer, aka: Mr. Marcus, Performer and Owner of MSEX, Inc.;
Lynn Swanson, General Manager of M & M Sales;
Richard Wagner, Ph.D., President/CEO of Daddy Oohhh! Productions — Quality Adult Entertainment, Education and Enrichment; and
John Yates, Esq
., Partner of Berman, Mausner & Resser.
All challengers are running for the first time.
Final ballots must be postmarked by December 18, 2006.
The 2007 Board will be announced at the FSC annual membership meeting
Friday, January 12th, 5pm, in the Marco Polo Room # 701-702 at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
The FSC Board of Directors oversees the trade association’s activities and sets the organizational agenda and direction with strategic planning. In addition to oversight and leadership, Board members also sit on working committees, including: Executive Committee, Government & Legal Committee, Membership Committee, Internet/Technology Committee, Fundraising Committee, and the Public Information Committee. The Board will meet ten times in 2007 and all members volunteer their time without pay or remuneration.
We invite you to visit www.freespeechcoalition.com/FSCView.asp?action=preview&coid=970
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.
to learn about our Nominees.