Illinois Congressman Don Manzullo Opens Nasdaq on Wednesday, April 11

Apr 11, 2001, 01:00 ET from The Nasdaq Stock Market

    NEW YORK, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Nasdaq Stock Market(R) announced
 that Illinois Congressman Don Manzullo opened the market today at 9:30 a.m.,
 Eastern Time, at the Nasdaq MarketSite(SM) located in New York City's Time
 Square.  Patrick J. Campbell, President, Nasdaq(R) U.S., and Daniel F. C.
 Crowley, Vice President of Governmental Affairs for Nasdaq, joined Congressman
 Manzullo in the ceremony.
     Congressman Manzullo represents the Sixteenth Congressional District of
 Illinois.  He is the Chairman of the House Committee on Small Business, which
 oversees the Small Business Administration and a broad range of issues of
 special concern to businesses with less than 500 employees.  Manzullo also
 sits on the House Financial Services Committee.
     "We are excited to have Congressman Manzullo here with us today," said
 Campbell.  "Nasdaq embraces the growth-oriented, job-creating companies of
 America, and applauds Congressman Manzullo's dedicated leadership and vision
 in championing their small business issues."
     "I am honored to be here today to open the Nasdaq, which has done so much
 to help small businesses in America gain access to capital markets," Manzullo
 said. "This partnership will be crucial in the coming year as our
 entrepreneurs look to expand and help bolster our economy."
     The Nasdaq Stock Market lists nearly 4,700 companies, has a larger dollar
 volume, and trades more shares per day than any other U.S. market.  For more
 information about Nasdaq, visit the Nasdaq Web site at http://www.nasdaq.com
 or the Nasdaq Newsroom(SM) at http://www.nasdaqnews.com .
 
 

SOURCE The Nasdaq Stock Market
    NEW YORK, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Nasdaq Stock Market(R) announced
 that Illinois Congressman Don Manzullo opened the market today at 9:30 a.m.,
 Eastern Time, at the Nasdaq MarketSite(SM) located in New York City's Time
 Square.  Patrick J. Campbell, President, Nasdaq(R) U.S., and Daniel F. C.
 Crowley, Vice President of Governmental Affairs for Nasdaq, joined Congressman
 Manzullo in the ceremony.
     Congressman Manzullo represents the Sixteenth Congressional District of
 Illinois.  He is the Chairman of the House Committee on Small Business, which
 oversees the Small Business Administration and a broad range of issues of
 special concern to businesses with less than 500 employees.  Manzullo also
 sits on the House Financial Services Committee.
     "We are excited to have Congressman Manzullo here with us today," said
 Campbell.  "Nasdaq embraces the growth-oriented, job-creating companies of
 America, and applauds Congressman Manzullo's dedicated leadership and vision
 in championing their small business issues."
     "I am honored to be here today to open the Nasdaq, which has done so much
 to help small businesses in America gain access to capital markets," Manzullo
 said. "This partnership will be crucial in the coming year as our
 entrepreneurs look to expand and help bolster our economy."
     The Nasdaq Stock Market lists nearly 4,700 companies, has a larger dollar
 volume, and trades more shares per day than any other U.S. market.  For more
 information about Nasdaq, visit the Nasdaq Web site at http://www.nasdaq.com
 or the Nasdaq Newsroom(SM) at http://www.nasdaqnews.com .
 
 SOURCE  The Nasdaq Stock Market