(PRWEB) February 3, 2005
With over 1000 employees and approximately one billion dollars in annual revenue, Mr. Lawal's company, CAMAC Holdings, Inc. was recently named by Black Enterprise as being America's largest African-American owned business.
As chairman and chief executive ofﬁcer of CAMAC, Mr. Lawal has guided this oil exploration, reﬁning and trading company to international prominence.
His expertise in the ﬁeld of international energy has led to appointments by both the Clinton and Bush Administrations to the United States Trade Advisory Committee on Africa, where he is responsible for crafting African trade policy.
In addition, Mr. Lawal also serves as Vice Chairman of the Port of Houston Authority Commission.
The NABGG cordially invites you to attend our Spring Scholarship Fundraiser Dinner on Wednesday, March 2, 2005 at the Petroleum Club of Houston - 43rd Floor, 800 Bell Street, Houston, Texas. The club is centrally located in the Downtown area and is easily accessible from all of Houston's major freeways.
Your secured dinner payment using credit cards can be accepted through our website at:
You will be provided an online verification of payment.
Checks - Deadline
If sending checks by mail, checks must be mailed by February 23,2005 to:
NABGG Â Spring Dinner 2005,
4212 San Felipe, Suite 420,
Houston, Texas 77027-2902
Please RSVP via telephone or the website by Monday, February 28,
For payment information contact: Ms. Marian Walters @ (281) 654-7791
Contact either: Mr. Elijah White or Dr. Amanda Mosola for event information.
Elijah White: (713) 431-4428 or Dr. Amanda Mosola: (713) 656-3739
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