The Best Damn Referral Group to hold its first public Business Expo
Winston-Salem, N.C.- On Monday, Oct. 21, The Best Damn Referral Group will hold its first Business Expo at the Small Business Center at Forsyth Tech, 525 Vine St. in Winston-Salem, to highlight the broad range of businesses and business owners that make up our membership. This event is free and open to the public from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. In the last two years, The Best Damn Referral Group (or TBD) has grown to include nearly 50 business owners from Winston-Salem and surrounding areas, each with their own unique niche, to act as partners in the search for leads and referrals to help each members’ business grow. Because TBD does not restrict membership to only one seat per profession, the group can organically morph into inimitable collaborations.
TBD Referral Group Business Expo will feature 25 local small businesses. There will be 10 short presentations that will offer information on health and health business opportunities, investment and insurance, speaking without fear, and life and business coaching. KevMark Catering and Happie Food will provide refreshments. In addition, there will be over 10 drawings for attendees including a voucher for $100-off a trip. No items or services will be sold at this event, however, you will be able to schedule appointments with the business owners.
“The TBD Expo will give the Triad community an opportunity to learn about more than 20 exciting small businesses,” says Margaret Morris, the chair for the Expo Committee. “Attendees will have a chance to network and learn new techniques to enhance your business or their personal lives.”
TBD Business Expo will start promptly at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21 For details on the expo, including parking, visit the Facebook invitation.
For more information contact Margaret Morris, Triad Speech Consultants, Business Expo Chair for TBD at (336) 624-9364 or email@example.com
About TBD Referral Group
The Best Damn Referral Group started in late 2017 to bring together like-minded business owners to be leads, marketing and sales partners within their own unique networks. This is not your normal stuffy networking group as any visitor and member can attest. Started by Kandi Villano, owner of Computer and Technology Solutions (CATS), the group has grown to nearly 50 members and the group continues to grow. Guests appreciate that visitors to the group are greeted with a handshake, not a handout. The Best Damn Referral Group: be a resource, not the sales pitch.