Lord Neil Benjamin
Lord Neil B. Gibson and LNBG Is Pleased To Announce the Addition of James Hadfield to the Board Of Directors
(Las Vegas, NV – July 8th, 2013) LNBG leaders Lord Neil B Gibson and Philip Pritchard are happy to announce the board of director position to James Hadfield an International Business Executive. Mr. Hadfield, Vice Chairman of International Center of Entrepreneurial Development operating in 13 Countries. Mr. Hadfield continues to maintain to present day his international relationship while still a member of the board of directors of ICED. Founder of Acquisition Data digital forensics training, service and consulting organization which was created from Mr. Hadfield former United States Secret Service days while working closely with the United States Department of Justice. Mr. Hadfield further has been involved with other (but limited to) domestic and global organizations such as; The Joshua Generation Int’l Network, Sak Arabia, MAFAZ Int’l., Arabian Eagles, Premier Business Group (Egypt), Brazil Asset Management (Brazil) and SFBBL Trust AG (Switzerland) as a Director for the Latin, Central America and Caribbean. LNBG, LLC Is a privately held US-based company that operates domestically and overseas in global markets. We create, develop, own, and manage our projects, programs, and acquisitions as well as provide contract management expertise and advisory services. LNBG straddle several synergistic business sectors that enable us to achieve superior financial results while improving the economic and natural environments as well as the safety and security of our communities. We search for opportunities with outstanding potential that encompasses energy & infrastructure, real estate, and technology investments; building competitive profitable enterprises consonant with our values. www.lnbgllc.com Cautionary Statement Certain statements contained in this press release are forwarding statements within the meaning of the private securities litigation reform act of 1995. These statements are not guaranties of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those forecasted.