Thank you to everyone who attended the ABWA-Quincy Charter Chapter Business Before Hours at The Farmers Bank of Liberty on April 27th! Don’t forget–the ABWA is hosting its ABWA Dogwood Dance on May 6, and tickets can be purchased at The Oakley Lindsay Center at the Chamber office. Membership to the ABWA is open to all business people–even men! For more information, call President Linda Flesner at (217) 257-3192.
ABWA–Quincy Charter Chapter
Thank you, WGEM News – The Tri-States’ News Leader, for starting our morning off on the right foot at the Business Before Hours on March 23! If you have an idea for a news story or would like to advertise on their television or radio stations, visit http://www.wgem.com/category/132675/about-us for more information.
Thank you to the staff of Arts Quincy for a lovely Business Before Hours on Feb. 23! Arts Quincy is the umbrella organization for 58 nonprofits, and it’s celebrating 70 years in existence! For more information, visit www.artsquincy.org 🙂 No one from the Herald-Whig, Women of Grace & Elegance, or Great River Economic Development Foundation was present to claim the $50. We will try to give away $75 at the Before Hours at WGEM News – The Tri-States’ News Leader on March 23!
Great River Referral Group
Thank you to the Great River Referral Group for starting off our morning with a great Business Before Hours on Jan. 26! No one from Grown -N- Gathered, Full Service Roofing & Remodeling INC., or Eagle Technologies was present to collect the $25 in Chamber cash, so it rolls over to $50 to be given away at the Feb. 23 Business Before Hours, hosted by Arts Quincy at The Oakley Lindsay Center! The Great River Referral Group is a business organization formed to assist like-minded businesses in growing their businesses and allowing for professional development of its members. For more information, visit http://www.greatriverreferral.com/
Emerald City Jewelers
St. Vincent’s Home
Thank you, St. Vincent’s Home, for an awesome Business Before Hours! St. Vincent’s Home was founded in 1884 by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ nuns. Today, the family-owned facility offers independent living cottages, assisted living and nursing home services. They are located at 1440 N. 10th St. For more information, call (217) 224-3780.