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ELC Networking Luncheon

March  23, 2011  11:30 AM  - 1:00 PMProvidence Cafe (Myers Park)

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ELC members are invited to join us for lunch, networking and an engaging discussion led by Dr. Chuck Bamford, as he analyzes a "hot topic" from the week's Wall Street Journal. A copy of the article and topic will be sent out to all attendees the day before the luncheon. You won't want to miss the opportunity for open dialogue among fellow entrepreneurs and better yet, to pick up some helpful hints that may apply to your business.

*Prospective members who are interested in learning more about the ELC are invited to attend this luncheon, too.

To register or for more information, contact Laura Collins: collinsl@queens.edu, 704 688-2703.

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