This group is for motivated individuals who are looking to expand their professional/social network in a relaxed and casual environment. Whether you are looking to make new friends and/or network with other professionals this is the group for you. I can personally say that each of our members are genuine, laid back, yet professional people. If you have met other inspired individuals whom would be interested in networking with us feel free to invite them!
Join us Tuesday, April 23rd at SPACES for our Home Buyer Sip & Learn!
Whether you are a first-time home buyer or have previous experience, we will answer your questions and put you on the path to home ownership!
Free Wine & Snacks - Free Credit Consultations - Drawing for a FREE CREDIT REPAIR SESSION
The event is free, but you must RSVP to save your seat. REGISTER AT https://bit.ly/2HOKGDS
Micheal Murray & Heather Mitchell- LUX Locators
Nick Hancock- Mid America Mortgage
Katie Morales- Goosehead Insurance
Danny Helms Jr.- Boston National Title
Joey Pirozzolo- White Jacobs & Associates (Credit Repair)
Jerod Frank- Armor Wealth Management
PARKING: You can park in the open parking lot in the spots marked 2 hour visitor parking
Join us for a networking happy hour with a cause every 2nd Wednesday at City Council in State Thomas!
If you are looking to network, learn about non-profits, or make friends in the community, this is a happy hour you won't want to miss!
PARKING: If you can't find street parking, please park in the parking lot at the Notre Dame School (about 2 blocks down off of Allen Street).
About "The One" Society :
The mission of "The One" Society is the support Children's Health Children's Medical Center by engaging and fostering young leaders to make life better for children through philanthropic, educational, fundraising, volunteer and social opportunities.
Founded in 2010, "The One" Society has cumulatively raised over $146,000 for various areas of the hospital including the Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD), Heart Center, the At-Risk Children's (ARCH) Center, the Solid Organ Transplant Program, and the Child Life department. Over 400 young professionals have been involved, lending their support to make life better for children.