1. Does Your Community Know You Are There?


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    Does Your Community Know You Are There? How Giving Back To Your Community Benefits Everyone Hosted and Moderated by Ed Hart, Director of Family Business Council Panel discussion featuring: Annemarie Dillard, Director, Dillard’s Department Stores Wing Lam, Founder, Wahoo's Fish Tacos Dennis Kuhl, Chairman, Los Angeles Angels Bios: http://business.fullerton.edu/centers/fambusiness/pdf/March2012-Event-Bio.pdf For registration and more information go to: http://business.fullerton.edu/centers/fambusiness/ The Family Business Council holds nine monthly workshops selecting topics to help Family Businesses by providing information and interaction uniquely tailored the needs and concerns of family-owned enterprises. Find out more at: facebook.com/fbc.csuf linkedin.com/pub/csuf-family-business-council/31/a36/788

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    • Live, Breathe, Eat Business with Wing Lam Founder of Wahoo's


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      Wing Lam talks about his journey as a young man from Brazil who became a highly successful entrepreneur founding Wahoo's Fish Taco (60 locations in 4 states). Today Wing teaches at Concordia bringing real experience to the classroom. His goal is to help students dive deep using networks and assets in the real world. CEOs from relevant companies (Gamers Inc, Yogurtland) are often invited to interact with Wing's students.

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      • Wing Lam Speech


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        • Wing Lam, Co-Founder of Wahoo's Fish Tacos


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          Filmed and edited by Curt Norris

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          • Wing, owner of Wahoos Fish Tacos


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            Wing Lam the Owner of Wahoo's Fish Tacos at the 2009 ASR Show in San Diego interviewed by Sullen TV!

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