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BRISTOL -- Join the Bristol Chamber of Commerce each Wednesday morning in May from 8:00 - 9:00 am for these free exciting and informative meetings! The workshops are FREE and breakfast will be served. Door Prizes will be given each week courtesy of Office Depot. If you attend all four sessions, your name will be entered into a grand prize drawing supplied by Office Depot!
FREE Seminars, FREE Information, FREE Breakfast, FREE Door Prizes!
· May 4 Employment Law & Your Business: An Update Laura Steel—Hunter Smith & DavisBreakfast: Tailored Feasts
· May 11 Marketing Your Business Jon Lundburg—The Corporate Image Breakfast: Manna Bagel & Java J’s
· May 18 Financing Your Business David Wagner—Bank of Tennessee Debbie Loggins—People, Inc. Breakfast: Let’s Do Lunch & More Catering
· May 25 Tomorrow’s Business Technology in Today’s World Vivian Crymble—Northeast TN Technology Council Breakfast: Virginia Intermont Culinary Department
Breakfast will be served so please RSVP to 423-989-4873 each week by Tuesday at Noon.For more information please contact the Bristol Chamber of Commerce (423) 989-4850.
Thank you to our Sponsors: Bank of Tennessee; Bristol Herald Courier; Hunter, Smith & Davis; Java J’s; Let’s Do Lunch & More Catering; Manna Bagel; Northeast TN Technology Council; Office Depot; People, Inc; Tailored Feasts; The Corporate Image; Virginia Intermont College Culinary Department
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