The Vail Valley Business Women hold open house
VAIL — The board of directors for the Vail Valley Business Women are currently preparing for their Membership Open House. The event will take place at The Remedy Bar at The Four Seasons in Vail on Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. and is free to attend.
The open house is designed to provide business women who are curious about joining the organization an opportunity to learn about the benefits that members receive. Stations will be provided throughout the room, covering topics such as membership benefits, programming and scholarships, development and membership enrollment. Longtime members will have the opportunity to share their experiences by giving testimonials to potential members, as well as discussing what they have gained both professionally and personally from becoming a member.
“We’re excited to celebrate the professional women of the Vail Valley within the phenomenal setting of the newly minted Remedy Bar at The Four Seasons,” said Clare Hefferren, Vail Valley Business Women president. “With a theme of Women in History, we’ll reflect on the historical past, introduce the recent programs of VVBW and provide a glimpse into the coming 2015-16 strategic plans.”
For event details, go to vvbw.org/events/september-2015/. RSVP recommended but not required.
Entering its 38th year, Vail Valley Business Women was started in 1977 to give professional women in the Vail Valley an outlet to network with each other, exchange ideas and gain further business knowledge through educational programming and speakers.
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