LA JOLLA, Calif., Nov. 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — On November 9th, 2006, The Daily Transcript celebrated their 120th anniversary and honored 120 of the most influential people in San Diego. Following the event, The Daily Transcript — Daily Headlines reported: "It was a wonderful event last night at the newly-remodeled US Grant Hotel as The Daily Transcript celebrated its 120-year anniversary. We acknowledged the 120 most influential people in San Diego and the some 600 people who attended the party were boisterous in their praise. George Haligowski, President and CEO of ITLA Capital, was honored as the most influential person."
Accepting this award, Mr. Haligowski thanked the San Diego Daily Transcript for its 120 years of service to the San Diego business community and acknowledged his fellow nominees and their local contributions. Mr. Haligowski recognized all San Diegans for their contributions to the local economy on a daily basis, including our military personnel stationed in and around this great city.
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