ADL Honors TWICE's Grand, Industry Leaders

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Around 400 leading executives from top consumer electronics, major appliance and computer companies attended the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) National Electronics, Home/Office & Appliance Industries Division's annual awards ceremonies and dinner/dance at New York's Grand Hyatt Hotel during November.

Among the honorees were: our own Marcia Grand, publisher of TWICE, who received the Torch Of Liberty award; Bob Lawrence, executive director of the Associated Volume Buyers buying group, who received the first American Heritage Award; the S. David Feir International Humanitarian Award winner Myoung Woo Lee, senior VP/general manager of Samsung Electronics America; and the Patricia Rienzi Legacy Award recipients, brothers Leon, Billy and Mike Temiz of the New York metropolitan-area 6th Ave. Electronics chain.

In addition, Saul Gold - dinner chairman, outgoing executive director of NATM Buying Corporation, and a leading member of the ADL division - was presented with a special award for his service to the organization and the industry.


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