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NovaVis is delighted to have been a part of the KidWind April 14th event at James Madison University.
BLG's Mr. Kirk Atkinson, Mr. Hayes Fromme,advisor to the Secretary of Commerce and Trade, BLG's Mr. Ferdinand Mohring and Mr. Maurice Jones, Secretary of Commerce and Trade
A few great photos from the Virginia Offshore Wind Coalition Trade Mission in Esbjerg Denmark (Thanks Anders & Jan)
From left to right - BLG's Mr. Kirk Atkinson, Mr. Charles Decuir, Chairman, Virginia Offshore Wind Coalition and BLG's Mr. Ferdinand Mohring.
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