BBC – 18 March 2011 – Group Discussion, Honoring Holidays In One’s Business

Group Discussion – St. Patrick’s Day & How to Honor Holidays In One’s Business

This Friday we will have a BBC Group Discussion on:

1) How to keep your business Irish (green), and
2) how to honor (without economically exploiting) holidays.

So, Happy St. Patrick’s Day this Thursday!
And don’t drink so much green beer and Irish Whiskey on Thursday that you can’t make BBC the next morning! One classic St. Patty’s “official” website:

So, don’t miss this exciting BBC Friday event.
Aren’t all BBC Fridays exciting events?
(Of course they are.)

BBC @ The Pavilion
403 N. Madison Ave.
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

7:30-8:00 – coffee, visiting, informal networking
8:00-8:30 – Group Discussion
8:30-9:00 – more networking, sharing, visiting

See you there for your morning cup of BBC!

And remember we are still in a BYOB mode – bring your own breakfast, coffee, green tea.

The BBC Management

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