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America’s Best Companies Celebrates 75 Years of Progress with Season One Apprentice Winner, Bill Rancic

2008-08-13 16:45:00

    OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill., Aug. 13 /EMWNews/ -- America's Best

Companies (ABC), a small business organization, is celebrating 75 Years of

Chicago's Progress since the 1933 World's Fair. In 1933, Chicago hosted the

Century of Progress Exposition to inspire American businesses to grow and

prosper economically. And now, on its 75th anniversary, ABC will host the

event in hopes to build the confidence of small business owners across

America once again. Apprentice winner, Bill Rancic, will join ABC in its

celebration of the development of small businesses.

    The event will take place on August 13th at the newly built One Museum

Park building, which overlooks the site of the 1933 World's Fair. The night

will consist of professionally catered food and drinks, live Chicago jazz

band Martini Manifesto, and a Navy Pier fireworks show beginning at 9:30

p.m. Bill Rancic and Jim Tracy, President of ABC, will speak at the event,

followed by a meet and greet session with guests. The event will be host to

the most influential organization leaders, politicians, and small business

activists in the Chicago area.

    For more information on America's Best Companies visit

    ABOUT AMERICA'S BEST COMPANIES: America's Best Companies is a small

business organization serving as a hub for thousands of small and

independent business owners nationwide, providing the tools, information,

and resources to help them better compete with the existing mega-marts and

giant online retailers.

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