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Dems to duke it out at annual trade show.

Visitors to this year's annual BuildingsNY trade show will get the chance to judge the city's Democratic mayoral hopefuls first hand.

All four Democratic candidates running for New York City mayor, including City Council Speaker Gifford Miller, Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields, Congressman Anthony Weiner and former Bronx Borough President Freddy Ferrer, will participate in a mayoral forum that will kick off The Associated Builders and Owners of Greater New York's (ABO) 2005 BuildingsNY trade show on June 21, 2005.

The two-day show opens at 8:30 a.m. at the Jacob K. Javits Center with the debate the first order of the day.

Emmy-award winning FOX 5 News Reporter Mark Joyella will moderate the mayoral debate.

Admission is free and open to all visitors and exhibitors on a first-come, first-served basis. A continental breakfast will be offered.

"We are very excited to have all four mayoral hopefuls participate in this year's mayoral forum," said Nick LaPorte, executive director of the ABO. "We look forward to hearing the candidates' views, goals and positions."

Mark Joyella has won five Emmys for his reporting and writing and has twice earned honors from the Associated Press, including an award for his stories covering the Army's 24th Infantry Division during the first Gulf War.

His coverage of Hurricane Andrew received a spot news award from the Radio-Television News Directors Association. At FOX 5, a recent investigation into parking ticket quotas by the NYPD earned Joyella an Emmy nomination.

To register for BuildingsNY, call 888.334.8702 or register online at www.buildingsny.com.

Exhibits-only registration costs $30. An all-inclusive pass, which includes a full conference program, is $75.

The conference program will include over 20 sessions covering four tracks, including the mayoral forum. (See schedule below.)

Since 1910, ABO members have been at the forefront of shaping New York's real estate industry. The ABO continues to develop and maintain effective communication and networking not only between real estate professionals, but also with all facets of local, state, federal government. Through ABO affiliations, real estate professionals are a part of the industry's largest, most effective organizations.

Buildings NY, produced by Reed Exhibitions, is the largest annual regional trade event for building owners, real estate developers, commercial architects, facility managers, property managers and security professionals. Suppliers serving every conceivable aspect of building maintenance, renovation and restoration are represented on the show floor.

Sponsored by the ABO, Buildings New York also offers cutting-edge information through its conference program that covers trends, issues and regulations taught by the industry's top educators.
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