Come ‘Wine Down’ on Wednesday, November 20 with speakers Nate Brown and Pam Horton. We’ll be visiting another NEW venue in CARY for this wine tasting and networking event! Dean’s Seafood Grill and Bar is an upscale establishment and their heated Sun Room is a fantastic location for our event! Check out the pictures on this link! If you have never been to Dean’s, you’re in for a treat!
* Our featured charity sponsor will be the Autism Society of North Carolina who works to directly improve the lives of individuals and families affected by autism through advocacy, training and education, and direct services. Come learn more about this incredible group at ‘Wine Down Wednesday!’
* BELOW ARE OUR SPEAKERS WHO WILL PRESENT 15-MINUTE TALKS IN BETWEEN OUR WINE TASTINGS!!
** Nate Brown’s Presentation Title: “How to Build a Network!”
Presentation Description: Learn the value of building a network, whether you are a business owner, in sales or in transition looking for a new job, building a network can accelerate your ability to get to where you want to go. Nate will describe the systems he used to build his network from scratch, the do's and don't’s and how to avoid the common networking mistakes. Bring your questions and lots of business cards to this night of networking and fun.
About Nate: Nate Brown is a partner at SB financial group and Founder of Networking with Nate. After years in academia he ventured into the world of business to build a network and find ways to help people. Using his data analysis and strategic planning skills developed within the PhD program he went through doing experimental physics research, he now applies those same skills to helping people make sound financial decisions. His love of helping people and passion for education shines through with everything he does whether it is applied to networking or financial planning! ([masked])
** Pam Horton’s Presentation Title: “Everyone Has Potential, When You See Differently”
Presentation Description: Pam's latest book, Autism: Expressions of a non-verbal child focuses on her grandson, Connor. One reader describes it as "a sensitive, personal presentation of autism factors and a family's journey of discovery with its struggles and joys." Pam believes that her grandson, though non-verbal, has great potential, once they find the key to unlock it. Using snippets of Connor's story she's going to give us some ideas to unlock our potential.
About Pam: Pam Horton likes to stay busy. She is a wife, mom and grandma, as well as USO and church volunteer. She worked 14 years in public schools, eight of them with special education students in middle and high school. Pam is a certified life coach concentrating on teaching stress management skills. She is also an award winning author, for her first book, The Decision to Change. (www.newdirectionlifecoaching.com)
** COME ‘WINE DOWN’ on Wednesday, November 20 @ Dean's Seafood Grill & Bar!
** If you’d like to donate a raffle/door prize and receive promotion, please let me know!
For any questions about ‘Wine Down Wednesday’, please contact Kevin Snyder ([masked])
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