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Global Food Exchange Welcomes D. Scott Robinson and Duane Reed
Date:12/31/2013

(PRWEB) December 31, 2013

Global Food Exchange™ (GFE) is excited to announce two new additions to its Board of Advisors. The first, D. Scott Robinson, J.D., is of counsel at Long Reimer Winegar Beppler LLP. Scott is known for designing creative solutions to complex estate and tax problems and was intimately involved in the ownership, management and operation of several closely-held family businesses. Scott’s business experience provides him with unique hands-on insight, experience and education when counselling and assisting clients to design and implement practical solutions to achieve their goals.

The second addition is Duane Reed, CEO of CEO Focus Denver, who is a nationally recognized business consultant, trainer, author, and coach since 1986. Mr. Reed has consulted or trained thousands of organizations and 100,000’s individuals, managers, executives and business owners in some 120 different industries.

Global Food Exchange™, headquartered in Colorado, was founded out of the need to more efficiently provide emergency disaster relief efforts internationally. With the addition of D. Scott Robinson and Duane Reed in advisory roles, they hope to further their strides to establish a more efficient and prepared chain of action for international disaster response.

To learn more please visit: globalfoodexchange.org.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/01/prweb11456297.htm.


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