On Thursday, October 24, 2013 from The Better Business Bureau of South Alabama will host its Annual Meeting Breakfast and Fundraiser.
The Meeting will be held at the Renaissance Mobile Riverview Plaza Hotel at 64 South Water Street in Mobile. The Annual Meeting Breakfast and Fundraiser will begin at 7:30 am and will include updated information on the current BBB of South AL programs and a guest speaker from the owner of Jason’s Deli, Joe Tortice talking about servant leadership in business. The event promises to sell out quickly and seats are limited.
Please contact Evelyn Gibson, BBB Annual Event Co-Chair to reserve a ticket, purchase a table or coordinate sponsorship by 9-30-13, she can be reached at 251-510-4089 or via email at email@example.com.
The BBB is a non-profit, business supported organization that sets and upholds high standards for fair and honest business behavior. The BBB provides objective advice,and free Business Reviews of more than 4 million companies nationally, 22,000 Charity reviews nationally, dispute resolution services, alerts and educational information on topics affecting marketplace trust for consumers and businesses alike.
Please visit www.bbb southal.org for more information.
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