Thursday, August 6, 2015 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Featuring Keynote Speaker Paul Daugherty
Paul, a celebrated Cincinnati Enquirer Sports Columnist and author of An Uncomplicated Life, will talk about the need for collaboration and the success that is achieved when it’s done successfully. This can apply to successfully hosting an event like the Major League Baseball All Star Game or simply raising a child with Down Syndrome such as is the case with Paul’s daughter Jillian. Paul’s talk will also address how the City of Covington and its business community can work together to achieve unlimited results.
Individual tickets and entire table reservations can be purchased by pressing the following link. Please sign up today as we expect a complete sellout of approximately 350.
Major League Baseball is to be applauded for funding the renovation of as part of MLB’s All-Star Legacy Project program celebrated while the big game was in Cincinnati Tuesday, July 14.
The new improved field allows for students from Holmes and Holy Cross High Schools to benefit as well as thousands of kids throughout the City and Region. Special thanks to the Cincinnati Reds and the installer of the new surface, the Motz Group.
In town to mark the occasion were MLB dignitaries such as as Commissioner Rob Manfred and Chief Operating Officer Tony Petitti. Reds Chief Executive Officer Bob Castellini and Chief Operating Officer Phil Castellini were also in attendance as were several hundred onlookers.
The mission of CBC Connects is to help in the development of relationships with the other members of the CBC and to better understand who they are and what they do. Ultimately, it will allow us to better connect the people we know to people in need.
The group meets every Wednesday, 8:30 AM – 9:30AM at the Kenton County Library Covington Branch, 502 Scott. Each meeting includes an exercise helping you to develop business skills.
Any and all CBC members are welcome.
Guests will be welcome for 2 meetings to decide if they care to join the CBC.
Come if and when it fits your schedule – attendance is encouraged but not required.
Meeting preparation: 30 second commercial about who you are and what you do; a referral request.
Cost – Included in the CBC membership
Bring business cards.
Be willing to participate in small group discussions.
Be prepared to tell the group how they can help you generate more clients.
For more information, call (859) 431-1500, ext. 1.
Posted: May 8, 2015
Your Gateway To Stress Relief
Gateway Community and Technical College’s new Emerge Hair Studio and Spa won’t officially open until August. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have their student staff work out “your kinks” right now. Appointments are being scheduled at the schools’ (859) 815-7791 hotline right now. The Spa is located in the former Abode furniture store at 440 Scott Boulevard. Twelve practice rooms are located on the third floor of the building. Gateway usually averages 16 students in each massage therapy class each term, and 12 have already signed up for the fall. Program Assistant Director Lance Nelson hopes that offering massages early before the building formally opens will draw attention to the new space and attract more students while there is still time to get enrolled. Student massages are $15 per 15 minutes and $30 per hour. Licensed professionals perform $50 per hour massages. Through the month of June the Center is also offering a “Book One Get One” free offer on one-hour massages.