Growing I.T. in Covington Expo a Success

The “Growing I.T. in Covington” Expo was a sold-out success! Over 200 people attended the expo to hear from prominent speakers including Brent, Mayor Chuck Scheper, Dr. Ed Hughes, Pat Frew, Kevin Moore, Eric Vail and Cass Choppy.
Microsoft Windows 8 debuted as well as Dell’s new Surface tablet.

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