NATIONAL CITY BANK AND FAIRFAX RENAISSANCE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO HOLD NEWS CONFERENCE TODAY AT 10 A.M.
NATIONAL CITY BANK AND FAIRFAX RENAISSANCE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO HOLD NEWS CONFERENCE TODAY AT 10 A.M. National City Bank and Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation will hold a news conference TODAY to discuss details of a joint effort to provide low interest home improvement loans to help approximately 150 qualified residents in Ward 6 perform exterior home repairs. EVENT: News conference DATE: TODAY TIME: 10 a.m. LOCATION: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation 8106 Cedar Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44103 AGENDA: Welcome: Faye Callahan, chairman of the board Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation Remarks: Councilman Kenneth C. Lumpkin, Ward 6 Remarks: William I. Cornett, Jr., senior vice president National City Bank Remarks: Terri Hamilton, deputy director Community Development, City of Cleveland Remarks: Danny H. Cameron, president National City Community Development Corporation Closing: Gregory L. Brown, executive director Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation (FRDC) is a newly- created nonprofit corporation located in Ward 6 in the City of Cleveland. The goal of FRDC is the revitalization of Ward 6 and the Fairfax area through activities consistent with neighborhood improvement projects in the areas of housing and commercial development. National City Bank is the lead bank of National City Corporation, a $29 billion diversified financial services company headquartered in Cleveland. CONTACT: Sharon A. Lamcha, National City Communications, 216-575-2316, or Gregory L. Brown, Executive Director, Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation, 216-881-9800. -0- 10/23/92
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