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NEW: Worcester Business Development Corporation Honors David Forsberg

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

 

Andrew Card, President George W. Bush's Chief of Staff

The Worcester Business Development Corporation (WBDC) held its annual meeting this morning at The DCU Center.  The Bob Bowditch award was given to David Forsberg who stepped down as president of the WBDC.  Craig Blais, the WBDC's longtime executive vice president, took over the position. A video in Forsberg's honor showcased several former politicians, including former Governors Jane Swift and Bill Weld. Lt. Governor Tim Murray, Congressman James McGovern and Former President George W. Bush's Chief of Staff, Andrew Card, also appeared in the video. It was a lighthearted video celebrating the great work of Forsber. 

This morning there were more 500 business leaders that attended the annual breakfast. 

 

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