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Al Biernat’s wraps up breakfast speaker series next week with real estate developer Michael Ablon


Al Biernat’s restaurant wraps up its “CEO Spotlight with David Johnson” breakfast speaker series next Thursday, October 24th with real estate developer Michael Ablon as its guest speaker. David Johnson of KRLD 1080 radio will moderate the event at Al Biernat’s North.

The hour-long breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m., costs $50, and includes networking opportunities plus passed breakfast items and buffet stations, coffee and juices.

Ablon’s noteworthy projects include projects in the Dallas Design District.

To reserve your spot for the program, call the North location at (972) 239-3400, or here.

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