SHARE THE WEALTH
INVITE A COLLEAGUE, CLIENT OR A NEW BUSINESS OWNER TO EXPERIENCE THE CHAPEL HILL LEADS GROUP THIS WEDNESDAY, 10 MAY 2017
This Week's Speaker:
Introducing the New and Improved CHLG Website
Join Tim McCauley and Orlando Metcalf this Wednesday, 10 May, as we introduce the new and improved CHLG website.
If you missed last Wednesday's meeting ...
Hawaiian Dave's Marketing keeps Dave Kauwe quite busy juggling several businesses and products to his clients.
This Wednesday, Dave will highlight some of the products he has marketed for over 37 years. Health Insurance. Critical Illness, Accident and Specified Disease coverages.
|Speaker's Schedule for May / June 2017|
|17 May -
||Planned Open Networking Meeting
|24 May -
||Randy Bernstein, BrandShark
|31 May -
||James Asbill, Ductz Indoor Air Professionals
|7 June -
||Steven Ray Miller, stevenraymiller.com
|14 June -
||Brenda Greenberg, Premier Designs Jewelry
|21 June -
||Planned Open Networking Meeting
|28 June -
||Lee Schearer, American Real Estate and Appraisal Company
Keep It Simple - Attend the Leads meeting at least 50% of the time for 3 consecutive months and have an up to date member business profile in the Member's Directory. Ask Lou Umscheid to place you on the speakers schedule. Continue to attend at least 50% of the Leads meetings until your presentation. Continue to attend the Leads meeting to strengthen your new referral network.
The Chapel Hill Leads Group regularly scheduled weekly meeting is held every Wednesday morning at American Legion Post 6, 1714 Legion Road, Chapel Hill, NC from 8:00 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. Meeting Dues are $5.00 per week. Place your business card and $1.00 in the Optional Drawing. One card will be selected and that person will receive the week's kitty. For Express Check-In, please arrive with a $5.00, a $1.00, and a business card and we will check you in. We greatly appreciate your bringing correct change. We cannot change large denomination bills ($10, $20, $50, etc.) and cannot accept checks.
EXPO OPPORTUNITIES - Each week arrangements have been made for you to show your products. Two (2) tables are available for this "mini-expo". Do not miss the opportunity to display your products or services so that your fellow Leads members can see what it is you do!
Did You Know:
From: Lee Schearer,
To: My Fellow Chapel Hill Leads Group Members
"V-E Day May 8, 1945"
As most of you know I enjoy history especially those events that have influenced our democracy, especially events surrounding World War II, since I have a direct link being the Son of a Father who "stormed the beaches" at Omaha beach on June 6, 1944. So, in that regard, I wanted you to know some more about how that conflict came to an end 72 years ago today. I would also encourage you who have children, especially in junior high and high school to "teach your children about how democracy was defended during that time period. I hope that you will enjoy this bit of history. as shown from
Victory in Europe - May 08, 1945 - HISTORY.com
Facts and Summary, V-E Day, also written VE Day: V-E Day stands for Victory in Europe Day. In the Soviet Union it was called simply Victory Day and still goes by that name in states of the former USSR. Some early reports in the West also called the day V-Day, but V-E was more accurate, as the war still continued in the Pacific Theater. Today in France the day is called World War II Victory Day.
"V-E Day was observed on May 8, 1945 in Great Britain, Western Europe, the United States and Australia, and on May 9 in the Soviet Union and New Zealand.
V-E Day commemorates the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany to the Allied forces in 1945, ending World War II in Europe. With their power-mad Fuhrer, Adolf Hitler, dead by his own hand, German military leaders signed surrender documents at several locations in Europe on May 7, capitulating to each of their victorious foes. Germany’s partner in fascism, Italy, had switched sides in 1943, though many Italians continued to fight alongside their German comrades in Italy".
I invite you to join me this Wednesday morning and to experience the power of networking from the Chapel Hill Leads Group, celebrating our 19th year in providing unlimited networking opportunities. Remember to bring a smile on your face, a patriotic song on your mind and above all else, an attitude of gratitude for those who have and still defend our great principles of a free nation with unlimited potential, America
Support the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina
Attention CHLG Members - The Chapel Hill Leads Group's goal is to raise 100+ boxes of cereal a month. If everyone brought one box of cereal to two meetings this month, the Chapel Hill Leads Group would easily exceed the 100 boxes of cereal goal.
Networking In Your Neighborhood
There are several other Triangle Area Leads Groups available. These groups meet on different days of the week and at different times of the day. They provide the business person a more focused access to the local market. Try one of these other area leads groups soon.