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CAUTION to Host NC Energy Forum

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CAUTION, the organizational arm of the Charlotte Tea Party, will host a townhall discussion on domestic energy policy at it’s Monday, May 13 meeting.  The organization meets at the Dilworth Neighbhorhood Grille located at 911 East Morehead Street in Charlotte.  The meeting is from 6:00 to 7:30 PM with a social hour beginning at 5:00.  The event is free and open to the public.

Leading the discussion will be Albert Eckel, former Director of Government and Corporate Affairs for Corning, Inc and Algenon Cash, the Chairman of the North Carolina Energy Forum.

The talk will focus on energy security and energy jobs, most specifically, hydraulic fracturing and offshore exploration.  They welcome questions and desire an open discussion to gain a better perspective of attendees thoughts and energy education needs.

Albert Eckel

Albert Eckel has more than 18 years’ experience in corporate affairs, political  strategy, and strategic communications working with clients on grassroots and  advocacy services, such as the American Petroleum Institute, Royal Dutch Shell,  the American Chemistry Council, and the North Carolina Dental Society.

Prior to co-founding Eckel & Vaughan, a strategic communications firm based in Raleigh, he served as Director of Government and Corporate Affairs for Corning Incorporated with responsibility for issue management and legislative affairs in 10 states.

Algenon Cash

Algenon Cash is managing director of Wharton Gladden, a boutique real estate investment-banking firm headquartered in Greensboro.

In 2012, The North Carolina Energy Forum, the state’s leading citizen group for domestic energy education and advocacy, recruited Cash to serve as Chairman and “Ambassador” to the small business community of North Carolina.  Cash travels the state teaching about the importance of pursuing homegrown energy resources in North Carolina, including oil and natural gas.

In 2007, Cash was named one of the Triad Business Journal’s “40 Leaders under Forty” and was one of 15 recipients of the National Developing Leaders Award. Business Leader Media named Cash one of 30 “Triad Movers & Shakers” and one of 24 “Impact Leaders” in the real estate industry in 2008.

CAUTION is excited to once again attract top talent to our weekly meeting.

Please invite your friends, family, and business associates.

Click below to RSVP in (and share) our Facebook event.

https://www.facebook.com/events/123380521193459/

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