UPDATE: Asheville authors Donna Cutting and Meredith Powell celebrate the release of latest books, March 4

Photo of Cutting courtesy of the author
Photo of Cutting courtesy of the author

Asheville authors Donna Cutting and Meredith Powell celebrate the release of their latest books with a celebratory event at North Carolina Stage Company on Friday, March 4, at 5:30 p.m.

Cutting’s book, which deals with business relationships, is entitled 501 Ways to Roll Out the Red Carpet for Your Customers: Easy-to-Implement Ideas to Inspire Loyalty, Get New Customers, and Leave a Lasting Impression.

Cover image courtesy of the author
Cover image courtesy of the author


Click here more more information on Cutting and her latest work.

Powell is releasing Own It: Redefining Responsibility. The Story of Power, Freedom and Purpose.

Own it

Click here for more information on Powell and her recent release.

The launch party, presented by Malaprop’s and NC Stage Company, is free to attend, but registration is suggested (click here).

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