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Business seminar at PNC likely to slow morning commute

Posted June 24, 2013

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— The Success 2013 business seminar at PNC Arena in Raleigh Tuesday will likely snarl morning traffic on several major thoroughfares in the area.

Event organizers say heavy traffic is expected on Interstate 40, Interstate 440, Wade Avenue, Blue Ridge Road, Trinity Road and Edwards Mill Road in the early morning hours as thousands of people head to the seminar.

Parking lots open at 5:30 a.m. and arena doors open at 7 a.m.  

Steve Forbes, Larry King and Mark Kelly are among the big names slated to speak about business, leadership and motivation.

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  • kpic24 Jun 25, 2013

    The Messiah
    June 25, 2013 12:35 p.m.

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    Interesting....Steve Forbes business skills are his DNA and inheritance ......funny that he is preaching to someone how to be a self starter success.......just another trust fund baby that preaches personal responsibility at the same time he is jetting around the country on inherited money!!!!!!

    At least he's not a hypocrite like Al Gore

  • chrisnrali Jun 25, 2013

    actually traffic was normal or possibly lighter this morning.

  • Istanbul Jun 25, 2013

    This happens every year when they have this seminar.
    They should be required to have it on Saturday morning so it doesn't affect traffic.
    ConservativeVoter

    Sounds like something a liberal would say.

  • nerdlywehunt Jun 25, 2013

    Interesting....Steve Forbes business skills are his DNA and inheritance ......funny that he is preaching to someone how to be a self starter success.......just another trust fund baby that preaches personal responsibility at the same time he is jetting around the country on inherited money!!!!!!

  • ConservativeVoter Jun 24, 2013

    This happens every year when they have this seminar.

    They should be required to have it on Saturday morning so it doesn't affect traffic.