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2012 Dallas NAPAC Conference

May 22, 2012  |   DFW Events,Latest News   |     |   0 Comment

For the 4th consecutive year, Financial Additions sponsored the 2012 North American Petroleum Accounting Conference (NAPAC) in Dallas.

Deborah Bell at NAPAC

Mimi Rader, Liz Turbidy & Deborah Bell at NAPAC

Our Business Development Directors including Deborah Bell, Liz Turbidy, Dawn Garlitz, and Mimi Rader took the lead to represent Financial Additions at one of the leading oil and gas financial conferences.

Cerrita Love & Tangi Rachal at NAPAC

David Weiss at NAPAC

We were very impressed with the high quality of the attendees and speakers at this year’s NAPAC conference. It was such an exciting opportunity to meet with current, previous, and we hope – future clients. Several of our clients were early birds and started at 7am. We want to congratulate Joe Stokes from Eland Energy who won the Del Frisco’s $100 gift card doorprize. As the market continues to tighten for top talent, we want to be your first call when you have a need to fill a temporary, consulting, or direct hire position; and, when you need assistance in making your next career move.

Liz Turbidy at NAPAC

You can visit our Company Page on Facebook to see more photos from the 2012 NAPAC Conference.



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