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THS Marketing Kids Need Your Help!

There is a request for "judges" from THS Marketing Class teacher, Mike Jackson. It is that time again for the Selling for the Future Exhibition. I have 120 Beginning Marketing students that are getting prepared to give sales presentations (pitches) to you. They will be selling a variety of products. I need between 8 to 10 business people to listen and evaluate the students each session. Each sales pitch will last from 10-20 minutes. Each of you will see between 3- 6 presentations each day. Bring your friends and colleagues! Make it morning or afternoon meeting!! I am sure that you will enjoy yourself. There will be four sessions on May 7th and May 8th. The students will be performing their best sales pitches on: Session #1 Monday May 7th 11:15am-12:45pm Session #2 Tuesday May 8th 7:20am-9:00am Session #3 Tuesday May 8th 11:15am-12:45pm Session #4 Tuesday May 8th 12:45pm-2:00pm
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Promote YOUR Business at Maple Valley Days

Maple Valley Days (June 8-10) is a great way to reach out to new clients/customers. Each year, the Chamber sponsors a booth and we want YOU (our members) to get your information out to prospective clients. There are thousands of people that attend this event each year. Take advantage by either having your marketing materials at our booth or better yet, be there in person! Sign up for a 2 1/2 hour slot at the Chamber's booth and market your business.
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Chamber Luncheon Sponsored by Children's Therapy Center - Wednesday, May 16th - Register Today!

Join us for our monthly Chamber luncheon. This month our lunch is sponsored by the Children's Therapy Center. Our speaker is Taryn Hornby from Green River College's Small Business Development Center. Taryn will talk about how their group can assist and advise small businesses. Lunch will be catered by Panera! Don't miss it! Cost: $22/members and $27/non members.
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"We must all suffer from one of two pains--the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons."   . . Jim Rohn

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