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Salesforce.com Executives to Participate in Upcoming Investor Events

Salesforce.com Executives to Participate in Upcoming Investor EventsSalesforce.com Executives to Participate in Upcoming Investor Events

Events to be audiocast live on salesforce.com’s investor relations website


SAN FRANCISCO, January 7, 2013– Salesforce.com [NYSE: CRM], the enterprise cloud computing company, today announced that Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO, and Graham Smith, Chief Financial Officer, will participate in the following investor events:

• Wednesday, January 9, 2013: Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO, will participate in a Bank of America Merrill Lynch hosted investor meeting at 4:45pm (PT) / 7:45pm (ET) in Las Vegas, NV.

• Thursday, January 10, 2013: Graham Smith, Chief Financial Officer, will participate in a UBS Securities hosted bus tour at 1:00pm (PT) / 4:00pm (ET) in San Francisco, CA.

Audiocasts of Mr. Benioff’s and Mr. Smith’s presentations will be available on salesforce.com's website at www.salesforce.com/investor.
 

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