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Nearly 70 attendees came out to enjoy breakfast and the opportunity to network with others from different financial institutions.

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June 30, 2017 The Greater Salt Lake City ACAMS Chapter held a Human and Sex Trafficking learning event on Friday, June 30, 2017.In 2008, the following 195 ‘Fortune 1,000’ corporations received a perfect 100-percent score from the pro-homosexual lobby group Human Rights Campaign (HRC), in its “2008 Corporate Equality Index.” Click on AFTAH”s story on Mc Donald’s 85-percent score — to learn about the pro-“gay” criteria for HRC’s “Corporate Equality Index.” The number next to each corporation’s name and headquarters city indicates how many years that company has received a 100% HRC ranking. of North America Minneapolis, MN 2 Allstate Corp., The Northbrook, IL 1 Alston & Bird LLP Atlanta, GA 3 American Express Co. Mc Donald’s — target of a growing pro-family boycott started by AFA — got an 85 percent score this year; you can view HRC’s pro-homosexual criteria HERE in our Mc Donald’s article.(First-year 100% corporations are in bold.) HRC’s 2008 Corporate Equality Index. As an example of Wells Fargo’s aggressively pro-“gay” marketing strategy, the company sponsors the annual “NGLCC/Wells Fargo LGBT Business Owner of the Year Award.” (For the uninitiated, “LGBT” stands for “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender.”) We suspect that many pro-family Americans — be they religious or not — would take their mortgage, loan or banking business elsewhere if they were to learn of Wells Fargo’s deep commitment to the Homosexual Lobby.Unlike other musicians and celebrities, like Katy Perry for example, Ocean doesn't go viral because of any outlandish publicity stunts, or headline-grabbing behaviour.

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Nearly 50 attendees came out to enjoy breakfast and the opportunity to network with others from different financial institutions.