Niagara Gazette

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December 28, 2012

'Revolution' visiting Falls

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Niagara Gazette — "We look forward to another successful conference and continued relationship with Joshua Revolution," John Percy, president and CEO of Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation, said. "Their annual conference contributes to our local economy and hoteliers during the holidays, a commonly quiet time for the tourism industry."

Joshua Revolution is a city reaching organization that works with the local church in assisting in evangelism, discipleship and outreach. Having been to five different cities since 2001, Joshua Revolution has reached more than 100,000 young people and adults through conferences and crusades since its inception in 1993. For a complete schedule, visit niagaraconference.org or call 284-8173 for more information.

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