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Anthony J. Mullen Named NIC Senior Fellow

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Anthony J. Mullen Named NIC Senior Fellow

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 26, 2007
Contact: Renee Tilton, (410) 626-0805 or rtilton@crosbymarketing.com

Annapolis, Md. – Anthony J. Mullen has been named a senior fellow for the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC), as announced today by the organization.

“While Tony will step down from his full-time role of research director, we are pleased that he will continue to consult with NIC as our first senior fellow,” said Robert G. Kramer, president of NIC. “Tony was one of the original founders of NIC when it was created 17 years ago and has played a key role in helping to build the organization. We wanted to recognize his many contributions not only to NIC, but also to the industry, and to continue to utilize his talents and insights,” Kramer added.

“I am genuinely honored with this new role and look forward to continuing to advance NIC’s mission of enabling the industry to make better investment and management decisions,” responded Mullen. “It’s been a privilege to be part of creating an organization that is uniformly acknowledged as providing the leading conference for seniors housing and care financiers and providers – which fulfilled the original mission of NIC – as well as its expansion to becoming the powerhouse provider of quality research and timely data that it is today.”

About NIC: Founded in 1991, the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry is a nonprofit education and research organization providing information about business strategy and capital formation for the senior living industry. NIC is the leading provider of historical and trend data on the industry through its Key Financial Indicators™ (KFIs) that report nationwide statistics and its Market Area Profiles (MAP™) Data and Analysis Service that tracks properties in the 100 largest metropolitan areas. Proceeds from its annual conference are used to fund research on issues of importance to the industry, including data useful to policymakers making decisions about seniors housing and long-term care. For more information, visit www.NIC.org or call (410) 267-0504.

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