“Getting to Know You” Night at ABWA Imperial River, July 10th

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“Getting to Know You” Night at ABWA Imperial River, July 10th 

Estero, Florida – The Imperial River Chapter of ABWA will host a “Getting to Know You” night at their next monthly dinner meeting. Join us Wednesday July 10, 2019, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Holiday Inn Fort Myers Airport, 9931 Interstate Commerce Dr, Fort Myers, FL 33913. Networking starts at 5:30 PM (cash bar in lobby), followed by plated dinner and program at 6:00 PM. Registration is $35 on ABWAImperialRiver.Eventbrite.com or at Meetup.com 

Why “Getting To Know You” Night?

The Imperial River Chapter of ABWA has experienced a surge of new members in recent months. This Chapter places a great deal of emphasis on establishing long-lasting relationships with fellow members. These relationships help to ensure both personal and professional growth and success. To help facilitate relationships between both new and long-time members, we’ll play a series of fun “Getting to Know You” Q&A games over dinner that are sure to stimulate conversation, uncover commonalities, and lead to better relationships among our membership. This promises to be a fun night of making new friends – Join Us!

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About ABWA – IMPERIAL RIVER CHAPTER
The recently-established Imperial River Chapter of ABWA (American Business Women’s Association) was created to serve the growing population of South Lee County, Florida. Recruiting focuses on San Carlos Park, Estero, and Bonita Springs. We support ABWA’s mission of “changing lives, one woman at a time” by offering opportunities for networking and professional development, as well as recognition for personal and professional growth. For more information, email Info@ABWAImperialRiver.org

About ABWA
Founded in 1949, the American Business Women’s Association is a prestigious, national organization established for working women and women business owners. ABWA brings together women of diverse occupations and provides opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition.