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6/12/2018

Hurco Celebrates 50 Years by Ringing the Nasdaq Bell

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Hurco executives will ring the closing bell at the Nasdaq stock exchange June 13, 2018, as part of its 50th anniversary celebration.

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Hurco executives will ring the closing bell at the Nasdaq stock exchange June 13, 2018, as part of its 50th anniversary celebration. In addition, Hurco will be featured on the Nasdaq Tower and Marquis in New York City.

Those interested can watch a live stream of the bell ringing at new.livestream.com/nasdaq/live. They can also follow along on social media via the hashtag #Hurco50.

Nasdaq tweeted, “The night before the ceremony, we ask that you tweet how Hurco works to #RewriteTomorrow. We will be sure to retweet from our Nasdaq account! We’ll also post a series of photos and tag Hurco directly following the bell.” 

Photographs from the Hurco ceremony will be posted soon after it concludes.

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