generates dollars,'' said Kathryn Schloessman, president of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission, which is not involved in the Olympics bid.
What does LASEC stand for?
LASEC stands for Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission (California)
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We have 2 other meanings of LASEC in our Acronym Attic
- LAMPS Shipboard Element
- Large Aperture Speckle Experiment
- Laser Applications in Science and Engineering
- Lidar Atmospheric Sensing Experiment (NASA)
- limited area search engine
- Littleton Association of School Executives
- Logistics Asset Support Estimate
- Louisiana Association of School Executives
- Left Atrial Spontaneous Echo Contrast
- Leyden Area Special Education Cooperative (Franklin Park, IL)
- Laser Aircrew Safety & Education Demonstrator
- Latin Americans for Social and Economic Development, Inc (Detroit, MI)
- Lagos State Economic Empowerment Development Strategy (Nigeria)
- Laboratory and Simulation in Energy and Fluids
- Laser Assisted Sub-Epithelial Keratectomy (eye surgery; aka Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis)
- Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis (eye surgery)
- Laser Dwell
- Laboratoire de Sémiolinguistique, Didactique, Informatique (French: Laboratory of Semiolinguistics, Teaching, Computers)
- Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (Lagos, Nigeria)
- Lake and Sumter Emergency Recovery (Florida)
Samples in periodicals archive:
``I think their success has a tremendous impact on the opinion Los Angeles people have on the team,'' said Kathy Schiloessman, president of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission.
There are 52 annual entertainment industry ceremonies, from the Academy Awards to Nickelodeon's children's TV honors, with the majority taking place in Los Angeles, said Diane McGraw, president of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission, an organization designed to represent the city in bidding for sports and entertainment events like the Grammys.
In addition to Ridley-Thomas, other representatives include Coliseum Commission President Roger Kozberg, Community Redevelopment Administrator John Molloy, Coliseum General Manager Pat Lynch, City Administrative Officer Keith Comrie and Richard Welsh of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission.
And then, just when it appeared all was lost, a few support sponsors, the Sports Arena, the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission and the Frankens combined their resources and determination to cheat death.