The Jazzcat

21st Annual AMAC/FAA Airport Business Diversity Conference & Exhibition

by on Apr.21, 2004, under News


LeRoy Downs “The Jazzcat” would like to welcome AMAC/FAA  participants, exhibitors and sponsors to Los Angeles.




“Click Here and




for a special Jazz


outing at


Catalina Bar and





I will be your host for great jazz music while you are here and there are a few great events that I hope you will be able to attend.




You will be entertained throughout the conference by some of Los Angeles's great jazz musicians such as Dwight Trible and his band as well as the Ryan Cross Trio. Also, for those of you who pre-register, there will be a special outing to one of LA's preimere jazz venues, just blocks away from the Renaissance Hotel at the

Catalina Bar and Grill,

after the Sunday evening reception at a new time






Jazz Master Paquito De Rivera will perform. He is the recipient of Six Grammys and also one of the latest artists to receive the Jazz Masters Award from the National Endowment of the Arts.



Click on image below to go directly to the site to check out the calander of artists and take a virtual tour to see the club!





Seating is limited and tickets are going fast for this event so please make sure to pre-register as soon as possible.



Tickets for the event


are $30


(trasaction fee $1.50)


and  reservations can be purchased online via credit card by clicking the link below.


“Click Here to





Or checks can be made payable to


“The Jazzcat” 

 P.O. Box 480239

Los Angeles, CA  90048




 The Last Day to


pre-register is


June 5, 2005 



Part of the proceeds go to the AMAC scholarship fund!


I will see you all in Los Angeles! Don't forget to check out”.

Take care,

 LeRoy Downs “The Jazzcat”



Click any of the pictures to view Video of  the Performers





Click Here to read and article on Dwight Trible


About This Event

The AMAC Educational & Scholarship Program, Inc. (AMACESP) and the Federal Aviation Administration sponsor one of the preeminent aviation industry educational programs in the country, known as the Annual Business Diversity Conference. This forum brings together businesses, aviation professionals, and government individuals from around the country to discuss a variety of subjects ranging from how to do business at public policy issues impacting the entire aviation industry. This highly acclaimed conference has grown to be the third largest aviation conference in the United States. Representatives of small businesses, the airport industry, major corporations and government agencies, the networking and educational opportunities provide immeasurable benefits to Airport Minority Advisory Council members, colleagues and affiliates.

“The 21st year! You are cordially invited to participate in the 21st Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference, a one-of-a-kind ‘fully developed and perfected’ educational event, sponsored by the AMAC and the FAA. Our Flights, Camera, Action: Sustaining Success in the Aviation Industry, speaks to our successful history future of ensuring the full participation of minorities, women and DBEs in airport contracting and employment an airport official, professional service firm, supplier, concessionaire, contractor or government representative, “perfect” your operation while celebrating our 21st anniversary in one of the most exciting locations in the world”

William H. Swift

Chair, AMAC

“I would like to personally invite you to participate in the 21st Annual Conference. This year’s workshops expanding our opportunities in airport contracting and concessions. Find out how you can become the ‘new This conference is also the premier forum for DBEs, airport sponsors, regulators, consultants and concessionaires one another to expand opportunities, share the knowledge and wisdom gained through the ups and downs of greet 2005 with enhanced understanding of sustainable success. The FAA and the AMAC, together again, have City of Los Angeles to plan one of the aviation industry’s key events in one of the most upbeat towns around!”

Fanny Rivera

Assistant Administrator for Civil Rights

and FAA Diversity Advocate,

Federal Aviation Administration

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