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Opening Session Keynote Speaker.

Monday, August 11, 2003

8:15 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Bob Woodward, managing editor of the Washington Post and famous investigative reporter, will be the Keynote Speaker at the American Correctional Association's 133rd Congress of Correction Opening Session. An American icon and award-winning journalist, Mr. Woodward's message will undoubtedly inspire attendees to make a difference in the field of corrections.

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The most famous journalists in the twentieth century, Mr. Woodward and Carl Bernstein, the reporters of the Washington Post, investigated the Watergate break-in and first cracked the Watergate scandal in August 1972, which led to the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon in 1974.

The first report about the break-in at the Democratic National Committee's headquarters at the Watergate complex in Washington, D.C. broke out on June 17, 1972. Most of the newspapers dismissed the story, calling the incident a "caper." Eventually their reporting made it clear that the break-in had been orchestrated by high-ranking officials of the Nixon administration and the Committee to Re-elect the President. For their reportage, the pair earned a number of journalism awards and won for the Washington Post the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for meritorious public service.

Mr. Woodward is the only contemporary American writer to author or co-author eight #1 national bestselling non-fiction books, including: All the President's Men (1974) and The Final Days (1976), both co-written with Carl Bernstein and based on their reporting of the Watergate affair. His latest book is titled Bush at War (2003).

Many thanks to our Opening Session Keynote Speaker Sponsors for bringing Bob Woodward to Nashville!

CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA (CCA)

10 Burton Hills Boulevard

Nashville, TN 37215

(615) 263-3000, ext. 3092

Fax: (615) 263-3090

E-mail: damon.hininger@correctionscorp.com

Contact: Damon Hininger, Vice President Federal Customer Relations

SBC PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS

105 Auditorium Circle, Room 12A04

San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 487-4198

Fax: (210) 222-5216

E-mail: ma7847@sbc.com

Contact: Michelle Anderson Associate Director, Sales Support

WACKENHUT CORRECTIONS CORPORATION (WCC)

One Park Place

621 NW 53rd St., Suite 700

Boca Raton, FL 33487

(561) 893-0101 or (800) 666-5640

Fax: (561) 999-7747

Web Site: www.wcc-corrections.com

Contact: Ron Maddux, Vice President

Project Development

(North American Services)

E-mail: northamerican@wcc-corrections.com

(International Services)

E-mail: international@wcc-corrections.com

(Mental Health Services and Special Needs)

E-mail: health@wcc-corrections.com

Listen to and Observe the Incredible Effects of Modern Technology During the Congress!

See and hear what's going on during the 133rd Congress of Correction with amazing clarity and precision provided by the best audiovisual services available. Thanks to our Congress Audiovisual Sponsors Pinnacle Electronic Systems, Inc. and Turner Construction Company, our attendees will receive crystal-clear reception!

Our Audiovisual Sponsors provide bright and clear communications!

PINNACLE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS, INC.

1157 Phoenixville Pike, Suite 107

West Chester, PA 19380

(610) 430-0212

Fax: (610) 430-7687

E-mail: pinnsys@aol.com

Contacts: Robert Betty, President Georgia Robinson, Sales Assistant

TURNER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

9190 Priority Way West Drive, Suite 210

Indianapolis, IN 46240

(317) 573-2828

Fax: (317) 573-2822

E-mail: mmchatton@tcco.com

Contact: Mary K. McHatton, Vice President, Criminal Justice

Are You Ready for Hassle-Free Shuttle Service? Then Take ACA's Shuttle Transportation During the Congress in Nashville!

From Saturday, August 9 through Thursday, August 14, your stay in Nashville can be even more pleasant if you take advantage of our excellent shuttle service during ACA's 133rd Congress of Correction. Shuttle bus transportation will be provided between the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center and the Radisson Hotel Opryland. This time-saving, convenient service is provided compliments of Actall Corporation.

ACTALL CORPORATION

3925 Monaco Parkway, Unit D

Denver, CO 80207

(303) 487-4222

Fax: (303) 650-4532

Contacts: Bob Hampe, Director, Sales and Marketing

E-mail: bhampe@actall.com

Ari Shore, President

E-mail: ari@actall.com

Thank you, Actall Corporation, for providing this convenient ride to the Congress!

Let the Congress Daily Get You In "Tune" With Current Events While In Nashville!

The Congress Daily newspaper presents a "medley" of activities that will take place during the 133rd Congress of Correction in Nashville. With the assistance of Carter Goble Lee, LLC, ACA provides attendees this fine publication to keep them in tune with the latest developments taking place during the Congress week. Hats off to Carter Goble Lee, LLC for sponsoring the Congress Daily.

CARTER GOBLE LEE, LLC

1619 Sumter Street

Columbia, SC 29201

(803) 765-2833

Fax: (803) 779-8518

E-mail: marketing@cartergoblelee.com

Web Site: www.cartergoblelee.com

Contacts: Colin C. Lovett, Vice President of Strategic Development (803) 765-2833

clovett@cartergoblelee.com

Gary Hart, Vice President of Business Development (770) 716-0081

ghart@cartergoblelee.com

ACA thanks Carter Goble Lee, LLC for keeping attendees informed at the 133rd Congress of Correction!
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