AFRO-AMERICAN MUSIC INSTITUTE CELEBRATES 36 YEARS
Pain Relief Beyond Belief
Time: May 2, 2013 from 1pm to 7pm
Location: Epiphany Catholic Church (McDowell Hall)
Street: 164 Washington Place
Website or Map: http://bizfestival.com
Event Type: business, expo, and, networking
Organized By: James Edward Boggus
Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2013
CONTACT: James E. Boggus APRIL 5, 2013
(469) 387-8151 ● firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking Blues and Jazz Musicians for Jam sessions, throughout the day for a worthy cause.
Cost $10 at the door.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pittsburgh, PA ……….The Chocolate Blues and Business Networking Festival is returning to Pittsburgh May 2, 2013. The first Chocolate Blues event brought attendees and vendors from as far as Philadelphia providing quality business connections. “That event was so successful providing business owner’s valuable leads, referrals and new team members that they are requesting me to hold a second one,” said James Boggus, director of the local Chocolate Blues and Business Networking Festival affiliate. The 2013 Chocolate Blues and Business event will be held at Epiphany Church McDowell Hall, 164 Washington Place in the Hill District. From 1pm to 7pm it will feature blues and jazz music, chocolate treats, open networking, a business expo, a giant business card exchange table and one-on-one appointment stations.
The day long business to business networking event is open to all business owners, decision makers, their clients and guests. Pre-registration is required to vend during the business expo and the event business expo is company exclusive.
May is women’s health awareness month and in celebration, the Chocolate Blues website has announced the May 2nd event will feature a charity phone collection drive being organized by Chocolate Blues and Business. There will be a collection basket set up to receive broken, damaged and old cell phones for Pittsburgh's Domestic Violence Women's shelter. Phones that can be repaired will be recycled. “This endeavor shows that local business owners of all sizes do care about not only their businesses but their community; you couldn't ask for a better example of this,”
Carl Knoblock SBA, Joanne Quinn Smith PPL, and Donna Baxter SoulPitt will be among Line Dance guru; Roland Ford is featured for health and wellness through line dancing and ballroom.