Caribbean-American Law Firm honors David Wilson for Black History Month celebration

Miami On Friday, February 23, 2007, at its third annual Black History Month Celebration, delancyhill P.A. will honor David Wilson for his contributions to the development and realization of Carnival Center for the Performing Arts.

The reception will host business and community leaders, firm partners, and clients from 6:00-8:00PM at the B. and Donald Carlin Banquet Hall of Carnival Center for the Performing Arts, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard.

This unique celebration of Black History Month inspired the law firm of delancyhill, P.A. to create the award of Firm Partner Star, presented in 2005, its inaugural year, to Ruth Shack and The Dade Community Foundation, and in 2006 to Dorothy Jenkins-Fields of The Black Archives of South Florida, for their ”contributions to uplifting all communities of African descent in Greater Miami”.

“We are proud to host this celebration of Black History Month, in collaboration with delancyhill, in honor of David Wilson.

Carnival Center is the manifestation of a strong community spirit and the culmination of unwavering dedication to present the best of performing arts from our local communities and around the world for the community to share and enjoy,” stated Michael Hardy, president and CEO, Carnival Center for the Performing Arts.

David Wilson

The 2007 honoree, David Wilson, president of Equifinancial LLC., in Miami, Fl. built a group of companies that provide investment strategy, insurance, pension, estate and tax planning, and real estate services to his scores of clients throughout the United States, including several prominent sports and entertainment figures and professionals. In addition to his professional achievements during the past 20 years, Wilson has also built a distinguished record of community leadership.

”In continuing this Firm tradition, we are committed to acknowledging and honoring community leaders who demonstrate consistent leadership for the common good of African Diaspora communities in South Florida. David Wilson has been a very effective and unsung advocate for the interests of the black community in various forums in South Florida. His work related to the realization of Carnival Center demonstrates the power of one, as a part of a greater community effort,” stated Marlon A. Hill, partner, delancyhill.

Marlon Hill

“This celebration permits us to highlight another community achievement and to thank our clients and firm partners for supporting our development. David is a very special honoree because he is truly and example of what can happen when we give our youth an opportunity to reach their real potential. It is an investment can only come back to bless the community at large,” commented Olivia S. Benson, of Counsel partner of delancyhill.

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