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What: A book launch party

Why: To celebrate a book that will change the way America


looks at immigrants

When: 6 pm, Monday, December 7

Immigrants and their friends from throughout Northeast Ohio will gather
at an Ohio City nightclub Monday, December 7, to welcome a book that
tells their success story.

Richard Herman and Robert Smith will team up with their publisher, John
Wiley & Sons, to celebrate the launch of Immigrant Inc. -- Why
Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Driving the New Economy (and how they
will save the American worker).

The book highlights the accomplishments of immigrant entrepreneurs


across the country, including several business founders in Northeast
Ohio, as it reveals the astonishing success of immigrants in the New
Economy and their power to create jobs, new industries, and to lift
communities.

India's Businessworld magazine finds that Immigrant, Inc. breaks new


ground:

The book goes beyond praising talented immigrants to


explore their mindset, cultural specificities and their high level
of determination and innovative thinking. The book also
touches upon the issue of anti-immigration attitudes, in turn,
suggesting how Americans need to tap their ‘inner immigrant’
to succeed.

Sponsors of the launch party include Huntington Bank, the high-tech


trade group TiE Ohio, and the Hispanic Chambers of Commerce of Ohio.
More than three dozen globally-minded civic and business groups have
signed on as co-sponsors. (See attached flyer.)
“The authors’ passion comes through in this fantastic book that points to
the power and importance of intercultural partnerships in a global
economy,” says Connie Atkins, executive director of the Consortium of
African American Organizations, which is co-sponsoring the launch
party.

"This book, filled with stirring stories testifying to the ongoing power of
the American Dream as a magnet, challenges us all to build an inclusive
culture of welcome, access, opportunity and empowerment,” said
Leonard M. Calabrese, president of Catholic Community Connection,
another co-sponsor.

Come and see what all the excitement is about.

The party runs from 6 to 9 p.m. at Speakeasy, a new nightclub beneath


Bier Markt, at 1948 W. 25th Street, across from the West Side Market.
Partygoers will enjoy free appetizers and a cash bar. Copies of
Immigrant, Inc. will be available for sale and for author signings.

Herman, an immigration lawyer, founded the Cleveland law firm of


Richard T. Herman & Associates. Smith, a distinguished journalist,
covers international cultures for The Plain Dealer.

To order their book beforehand, go to www.ImmigrantInc.com. To


attend the book launch, please RSVP by emailing
richard.t.herman@gmail.com. For more information, call 216-696-6170.