CPT Talent Show to be Held October 27, 2008

What do promoting ethics and talent shows have to do with each other? Only the NASBA Center for the Public Trust can link the two in a most creative and entertaining way. Part of our mission at the CPT is to provide innovative programs. The CPT Night of 100 Stars debuted at the 2007 NASBA Annual Meeting, and showcased some of the most original and unique acts ever
put forth by an accounting ethics organization.

Co-hosted by the engaging Improv Nashville Stars, Sheryl and Michael Bryant (also known as NASBA’s CFO and his lovely and talented wife); the evening was amusing and unique from start to finish. The audience, made up of Annual Meeting participants and their guests, served as the talent judges and awarded prizes of $500, $300 and $200. The Tisch Family “Ode to Regulators,” Joseph Smith’s operatic sing-along and Teri Lucena’s one-woman Romeo and Juliet skit were the winning acts.

Due to popular demand, the CPT will once again sponsor a talent show in conjunction with NASBA’s 101st Annual Meeting in Boston, MA on Monday, October 27, 2008. We encourage and welcome all acts for our Night of 101 Stars. Guidelines for this year’s program, along with an entrance form can be found on the CPT Web site at www.centerforpublictrust.org. You may also view a video of last year’s program in the News Section of the Web site—it’s “Must-see TV” for those of you who missed it, for anyone who needs a good laugh and for those of you who need some inspiration in putting together an act.

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