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City Capital CEO Ephren W. Taylor II Featured Panelist For 2007 Wall Street Economic Summit

City Capital Corporation CEO Ephren W. Taylor II served as guest panelist for the 10th Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit.  Over 4000 registrants and attendees were estimated to be in attendance including dozens of national business and political leaders.

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New York, NY (PRWEB) January 12, 2007

(OTCBB: CCCN) -- City Capital Corporation CEO Ephren W. Taylor II served as guest panelist for the 10th Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit.  Over 4000 registrants and attendees were estimated to be present at this year's event, the largest of its kind.  The event spanned four days of presentations, roundtables and strategy sessions featuring dozens of national business and political leaders.

Mr. Taylor was asked specifically to discuss what individuals and community leaders can do to economically empower individuals to succeed in America's urban communities.  Mr. Taylor commented, "Our entire company is focused on empowering local communities as a business model. We have proven it is possible to build for-profit businesses that are economically-sound and socially-conscious -- that give back to local communities.  Instead of looking outside our communities for assistance, we need to tap the incredible talent, resources and money within our urban communities and make positive changes ourselves."

City Capital recently signed a $50,000,000 equity line agreement with Rochester-based Lucien Group, to accelerate its community investment programs, and create affordable homes for working-class families. City Capital is engaged in leveraging investments, holdings and other assets to build value for investors and shareholders, while creating positive change in communities nationwide.

Jessie Jackson, Sr., President and Founder of Rainbow PUSH, challenged the panel and Summit attendees to specifically address strategic connectivity and entrepreneurship for economic growth.  Other panelists included Ryan Scott, Co-Founder and Director, Economic Development for IMPACT; Jeff Johnson, 33, CEO, Truth is Power and BET Host & Producer; and New York Times Best-Selling Author & CEO Omar Tyree, 37.  Angela Rye, Co-Founder & Director, Strategic Partnerships IMPACT, Moderated.

 

MR. JACKSON-HUNDREDS OF AFRICAN AMERICANS HAVE LOST THEIR LIFE SAVINGS BECAUSE OF EPHREN TAYLOR's PONZI SCHEMES. EVEN THOUGH TAYLOR WAS EXPOSED OVER 3 YEARS AGO NOT ONE SINGLE FEDERAL OR STATE AGENCY HAS INDICTED HIM OR BROUGHT CRIMINAL CHARGES  AGAINST HIM YET HE TOOK TENS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS FROM CHRISTIAN AFRICAN AMERICANS WHO FELL FOR HIS STORY-JUST LIKE YOU, MR. JESSE JACKSON, SR. 

JESSE JACKSON, SR.-YOU TOO WERE DUPED BY EPRHEN TAYLOR.  NOW- WILL YOU HELP THOSE WHO WERE NOT ONLY DUPED BUT LOST THEIR LIFE SAVINGS??????????? DON'T YOU THINK IT IS THE LEAST YOU CAN DO?