January Networking Luncheon

Nothing will help build a stronger business better than relationship building. Building these partnerships through our networking luncheons reduces your marketing and advertising costs and expands your reach. A networking luncheon supports the leadership position you want to establish and is almost unlimited in the potential for new ideas for working together in your community!

This month’s luncheon was a fantastic one! We went to the North Branch Area High School and our meal was served and catered by the ProStart Program and culinary students. It was so deliciously good! The students served frozen hot chocolate in a mason jar, a Caesar Salad, Chicken Alfredo and for dessert, a scoop of ice cream drizzled in chocolate and caramel sauce over a warm, soft cookie.

Right!?  I KNOW! Your tummy is grumbling now.

We had the opportunity to network and socialize with business leaders around us while we ate and listened to updates from the chamber, schools and the county.

The second half was getting to know Superintendent and EDA Chair: Sara Paul a little better. She spoke about her family and explained both hats she wears while serving our community. We heard from the Sunrise Elementary Principal Taylor Swanson and City EDA Director Jason Ziemer. We were introduced to NBAHS Senior  Amelia Bjerketvedt, elected to state DECA president and her accomplishments. And rounded out with an explanation of the ProStart program from Principal Clint Link and Instructor Hannah Rawleigh.

At the end of every Luncheon, leaders are allowed a 1-minute highlight of their business and often bring in a door prize of branded items, gifts or gift cards to share in a drawing.

We hope you will watch our website and emails and join us for the February one!

Thank you Sara Paul and the Culinary Students for an excellent meeting!



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