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Where in the World Is John Veihmeyer?

Have you seen this man?By way of the always interesting tip box, we've been alerted to the KPMG CEO's alleged whereabouts. Since we have a classic case of "pics or it didn't happen" we'll refrain from reporting his precise location:
I am pleased to report that John Veihmeyer, our Chairman and CEO, will be coming to [our city!] on Wednesday, September 11.  While in town, John will be visiting with clients and will also come to our office.  This is a great opportunity to showcase [our city's] talent and office spirit.  If you see John in the halls or around the office, please be sure and give him a warm [our city] welcome.
 
Thank you for helping ensure that John’s upcoming visit is a memorable one!
This can be easily remedied, of course. If JV is in your fair city and you spy him and a photo-op presentes itself, take advantage and pass it along.
 
You're looking for a white male, 50-ish, about yay high, salt and pepper hair, wearing a suit. Distinguishing marks may include a Notre Dame Fighting Irish tattoo but this has not been confirmed. He's often seen wearing a Phil Mickelson/Stacy Lewis hat, although not necessarily in a business setting. Keep your eyes peeled.

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