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ABC

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC)

A national trade association representing contractors, subcontractors,materials suppliers,and related firms.The organization's Web site is www.abc.org.
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To jump start the process, Colonel Greene established an ABCS 6.
Coordinate the execution of the good enough program, now commonly called ABCS 6.
The ABC Super Soap Weekend will be held the weekend of November 11-12 at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
This is the second year that the Nurse's Ball T-shirts that have been featured within ABC Daytime programming have been offered on ABC.
NMT will supply facilities for any additional domestic sporting events that ABC obtains during the four-year contract.
NMT is purchasing from ABC three large "expando" mobile units, along with seven support units, 12 tractors, and the inventory of the ABC Field Shop in Lodi, NJ.
com and ABC produced Enhanced TV telecasts for ABC's and ESPN's primetime National Football League telecasts this past fall, as well as ABC's Super Bowl and Nokia Sugar Bowl telecasts.
Mandler will be spearheading the Internet efforts of the ABC owned stations, which are all leaders in their markets - occupying the number one or two spots in each and reaching approximately 99 percent of the population in their markets each week.
Mandler was promoted in June 1999 to his post as vice president, new media for ABC Broadcasting after serving as general manager, new media for ABC Radio Networks, where he had operational and strategic responsibility for the ABC Radio division's Internet efforts.
ABC's Enhanced TV currently enables television fans to access unique content via their personal computers synchronized to the second with ABC and ESPN programming.
amp;uot;We are excited to provide fans of the show the first opportunity to buy the Millionaire board game exclusively online,&uot; said Brian Bowman, vice president and general manager, ABC.