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[Cpcommunicator] NC 401(k) meeting at Levine 9/11

Office of Community Relations Communicator Communicator at cpcc.edu
Thu Sep 11 08:26:09 EDT 2003
-- From Jim Davis

To:	All Full-Time Employees

Did you know Krispy Kreme Doughnuts were first made in Winston-Salem?

It all began with a meeting...

The world might not have the sweetness of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts today
if Vernon Carver Rudolph hadn't met a French chef from New Orleans who
had a doughnut recipe for sale in the 1930s.

Attending a meeting can also help you sweeten your retirement. At the NC
401(k) Plan meeting listed below, a North Carolina-based Education &
Enrollment consultant will discuss:

     - The NC 401(k) Plan transition
     - Retirement Planning Guide
     - New fund options
     - GoalMaker(SM) asset allocation program
     - And much more

These meetings are a great way to get started on the road to building a
better retirement strategy. So please consider attending a meeting and
be sure to review the transition newsletter you recently received. (For
additional copies of the newsletter go to www.prudential.com/ncplans or
call 1-866-NCPLANS.)

In our area, a meeting is scheduled for:

PLACE		 	DATE              TIME

Levine Campus	September 11 	1:00 - 2:30, 2:30 - 4:00
Room 2142	

For more details and meeting schedules, go to
www.prudential.com/ncplans, call 1-866-NCPLANS, or send an e-mail to
ncplans at prudential.com. 

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Securities products and services are offered by Prudential Investment
Management Services LLC (PIMS), Three Gateway Center, 14th Floor,
Newark, NJ 07102-4077. PIMS is a Prudential Financial company. Mutual
funds are sold by prospectus only. Education and Enrollment consultants
are registered representatives of PIMS.

--Jim Davis

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