TVPG Radio Show: St. Patrick’s Day Networking

by Sheila O'Mara on March 22, 2010

This week on the TVPG, Get More Business, Radio Show, we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day.  We tied most of the topics from the show to our theme of St. Patty’s Day and I was on location at my local Networking for Women in the Heartland Luncheon at the Schmidt Coca-Cola Museum in Elizabethtown, KY.

As you may or may not know, St. Patrick was at one time a slave.  We asked local business owners from Elizabethtown what, if anything, they felt they were a slave to in their business.  I know for me it could be a couple of things, but here is a run down of the female business owners that shared their perspective with TVPG, Get More Business, Radio Show.  Make sure to catch the podcast (You can listen by using the BlogTalkRadio player that sits above the sidebars.) to hear it straight from the horse’s mouth.

First up was Julie Mitchell from the Schmidt Coca-Cola Museum.  She has a terrific facility that holds approximately 100 people in the meeting room.  The museum is a ton of fun and you can even get a nickle coke after your tour of the museum.  Here is the link to the museum and a couple of photos with and without guests in it!

Schmidt Coca-Cola Museum

 

NFWITH luncheon at Coca Cola Museum

Next up was Michelle Gowan of CUB Bank.  CUB stands for Citizens Union Bank.  Michelle is also our fundraising chairperson! 

Next we had Rooney Grayof MAM Candies in Hodgenville.  She makes amazing treats and is a very busy lady!

Paula Dumont of TaprooT, llc connects children to the Source of creativity and healing through art, music and nature. 

Marsha Booth of Marsha Booth and Associates was next on the roster.  She is a wonderful realtor/associate broker for ReMax Executive Group in Elizabethtown, KY.

Last on the list was Carrie Campbell of Natural Building Network.  She was a first time visitor to our networking group and will hopefully come back again for another visit.

Networking for Women in the Heartland is 50+ members strong and growing.  It has been a wonderful opportunity for women in this community to get together and do some eyeball to eyeball networking.  Working together instead of against each other is amazing and has really helped further our businesses.  Check out our website at heartlandnetworkingforwomen.net.

Networking for Women in the Heartlandluncheon

 

Attendees at Networking for Women in the Heartland

 

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