Event features presentations to help Families, Women, Millennials and Entrepreneurs
ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Recognizing the need to equip families with information and resources to navigate a still recovering economy, the Central Florida Urban League is hosting its 2012 Financial Empowerment Summit, powered by Fifth Third Bank.
The Summit takes place on Saturday, Feb. 4 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando Downtown, located at 60 S. Ivanhoe Boulevard in Orlando.
"Attendees will leave this Summit empowered to reach their financial goals," said Allie L. Braswell, Jr., Central Florida Urban League president. "We're delighted to have the support of Fifth Third Bank in presenting an event to educate and prepare our residents in building and securing their economic futures, which will ultimately improve their quality of life."
Designed to assist Families, Women, Millennials, and Small Business Owners, the program is organized into four tracks with tailored presentations about building, planning and growing financial resources. Participants will learn how to improve their overall financial position, protect themselves from identity theft, purchase a home in today's economy, plan for their financial future, and discover resources available to help grow and sustain their businesses.
The Summit will include continental breakfast and lunch. Space is limited. Those interested in attending may visit http://www.cful.org to register.
About the Central Florida Urban League
The Central Florida Urban League (CFUL), an affiliate of the National Urban League, is a community-based agency whose mission is to assist Central Floridians in achieving social and economic equality for the betterment of the entire region. More than 40,000 residents have benefited from CFUL's empowerment programs. Visit http://www.cful.org for more information.
SOURCE Central Florida Urban League