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Alan and Ruth Zelcer

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Alan is President and CEO of Isaco International Corp, a leading designer, distributor and licensee of a broad line of high quality men’s underwear, hosiery, sleepwear and ties. Ruth is Vice President of Merchandising of the company. It manufactures for major retailers and branded labels such as Perry Ellis. In addition to their own band, Papi, which has earned had lofty levels of success, the couple recently launched two new brands, Undertech and Feel It. Alan and Ruth Zelcer live in Bal Harbour, Florida with their three children.

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Engin Yesil

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

He is a diversified entrepreneur to his core. After making his fortune by innovating the eyewear industry through a contact company now known as 1.800.CONTACTS, Turkish tycoon Yesil launched Iprepay, a pioneer company that delivers store value products such as prepaid wireless airtime, calling cards, bill payment, and more. He founded Core Development in 1996, and his Turkish real estate company, Yesil Insaat, is developing a grand-scale project near Istanbul and is also involved in Trump Istanbul. He has been chairman and director of SK Realty Ventures since 2007, and he also became president of Wilson Mining Corporation in 2008.

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Michael and Bobby Yampolsky

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

The father-son duo is the No. 1 retailer for Audemars Piguet and Hublot timepieces in America. Bobby made Palm Beach history by becoming the youngest storeowner on Worth Avenue at age 19. Today, their 20-plus year reputation in the industry means that East Coast Jewelry is the go-to establishment for gold and exquisite, rare timepieces. This reputation was further cemented when Bobby, along with Morten Nielsen, founded SCI Innovations, the company behind the Ulysse Nardin Chairman luxury hybrid smart phone.

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Sean Wolfington

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Wolfington, chairman and CEO of The Wolfington Companies, is a serial entrepreneur with businesses in the technology, marketing and film industries. His accomplishments include being a finalist in Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the age of 34, building and selling four digital marketing companies for a combined enterprise value of 500 million dollars by the age of 40, and recently selling his company VinSolutions to Autotrader.

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Matthew Whitman-Lazenby

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Matthew Whitman-Lazenby is operating partner of the Bal Harbour Shops, next to Stanley Whitman and Randy Whitman, and represents both the third generation and the company’s future. Prior to working at the Bal Harbour Shops he worked for a New York real estate broker and Detroit-based real estate developer. He is now working to expand the famous Shops.

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