Eva Kalivas Attends LPL Financial Opening Bell Ringing Ceremony at NASDAQ

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Eva Kalivas from EPIC Retirement Services Consulting, LLC, in New York, New York recently attended the Opening Bell ceremony at The NASDAQ Stock Market in New York City's Times Square on October 19, 2012. This special event was hosted by LPL Financial, the largest independent brokerage firm in the nation.

“We at LPL Financial are honored to host Eva Kalivas of EPIC Retirement Services Consulting LLC at our NASDAQ Opening Bell ceremony in New York City,” said Bill Dwyer, President of LPL Financial, National Sales. “This event, dedicated to Retirement Partners, is a wonderful opportunity to show our appreciation of and take pride in the many accomplishments made by some of our leading advisors. We are proud to serve as an empowering partner to EPIC as they continue their work in helping clients realize their retirement goals. In these challenging times, it is imperative to place greater emphasis on investing for the future and we look forward to continuing to build upon and strengthen our relationship as part of the long-term commitment of LPL Financial to serving the growing needs of our advisors and their clients.”

About LPL Financial
LPL Financial, a wholly owned subsidiary of LPL Investment Holdings Inc., is an independent broker-dealer. LPL Financial and its affiliates offer proprietary technology, comprehensive clearing and compliance services, practice management programs and training, and independent research to more than 13,000 financial advisors and approximately 685 financial institutions. Additionally, LPL Financial supports more than 4,000 financial advisors who are affiliated and licensed with insurance companies with customized clearing, advisory platforms and technology solutions. LPL Financial and its affiliates have approximately 2,900 employees with employees and offices in Boston, Charlotte and San Diego. For more information, please visit http://www.lpl.com.

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