South Metropolitan Business Association's Progressive Networking Luncheon - Guests Are Welcome!

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Name: South Metropolitan Business Association's Progressive Networking Luncheon - Guests Are Welcome!
Date: July 19, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM CDT
Event Description:

It's our wildly popular Progressive Networking Luncheon this month!

Join us Thursday, July 19, 12-1:15pm at Breakwater.

This event has been a huge success in the past, and we’re excited to offer the progressive lunch opportunity again to our members and guests!

This is a perfect event to invite your colleagues, clients, and customers to...everyone loves the networking this type of event allows for!

Here’s how it works:
-At the registration desk you will receive a slip of paper indicating the order of the table numbers you will be seated at. There will be 3 tables on each slip.
-You will spend 20 minutes at each table, and with each move you will be seated with an entirely new group of people.
-You will have the opportunity to introduce yourself and your business at each table, and then there will be a round-table discussion with a topic that will be provided.

We hope this will give you an opportunity to meet with new people, learn more about the people you already know, and share your experiences with one another to help grow, support, and encourage member businesses!

This is a great way to share more about your business and services, and we hope you really enjoy it! Please note that advance registration is required, as we need to chart out the table seating.

Also, as a reminder, please note that all guests (including first time guests) must pay a lunch fee of $25 for this event.

Registration deadline is noon on Tuesday, July 17, and you can register on our website at

Breakwater, 6308 Metropolitan Ln, Monona
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, July 19, 12pm - 1:15pm
Contact Information:
Jodi Fisher
$20 for Madison Chamber members (email to register at this rate), $25 for guests, free to SMBA members
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