Mountain Bizworks celebrates 30 years of small business success

Press release from Mountain Bizworks:

We’re excited to announce that tickets for our annual year-end celebration are now available!

Celebrate a Year of Small Business Success

Wednesday, Dec. 18
6 p.m.– 9 p.m.
Center for Craft

Over the course of the evening, we’ll reflect on our 30th year of helping you navigate small business success. And, we’ll look toward uncharted waters as we prepare to sail into 2020.

Light refreshments, desserts, and drinks will be served.

Admission is free but space is limited. Please RSVP to reserve your seat.

Attire: Come as you are or dress in your favorite casual nautical flair in honor of the evening’s theme. Think navy, red, white, and gold with sailor stripes and accents of anchors, nautical rope, and boats.

Sailing Off to New Adventures

We’ll also toast to the tenure of Patrick Fitzsimmons, Mountain BizWorks Executive Director, and wish him fair winds and following seas as he sets sail into retirement.
Patrick’s leadership has truly been an inspiration – much like his love of travel and the beach inspired the theme for this year’s celebration.

We can’t thank Patrick enough for all he’s done to help anchor our organization!

Support Our Dream

We have a dream of a connected and abundant local economy where all enterprising individuals have access to the tools needed to grow a successful small business.
If you can’t make it to our celebration, you can still support that dream. Take action and help us make it a reality with a tax-deductible gift.

Take Action

Whether you’re a client, coach, investor, family member, or friend, we’re proud you’re a part of the Mountain BizWorks community.
We sincerely thank you for your continued support throughout the years.
Go from dreamer to entrepreneur right here at Mountain Bizworks.

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