From Stephen Fleck . . .

You may not know this about me, but I’m a part of a 44-plus member networking group. We regularly meet to learn how we can grow each others businesses. We have a CPA, contractor, professional cleaners, sales trainer, and many others.

I can’t take much credit for it, but we are so good at what we do that we pass more than $1 million dollars in business to each other. Per year. The accountability and trust that we have grown among our members is that high.

Recently we started taking on something pretty exciting: we are bringing the power of our networking to help local non-profits get the word out about what they do, and put them in front a business community.

Let me break it down for you. A bunch of business people get together and network around some delicious food and drinks in Downtown Birmingham at The Stand Bistro. The non-profit is there to share in the connections. Cards are exchanged. Contacts are saved. Meetings are set up. The non-profit wins. Your business wins.

What you get out of it depends on what you want.


This is where you come in.

  1. You are invited to come network with us at one (or all) of our non-profit networking events. We have a number of events coming up, one in just a few weeks for the Ruth Ellis Center.Date and time on that below.
  2. Because you are a part of the Changez Salon community, I’d like to hear about a non-profit that is close to your heart that may qualify for sponsorship from our networking group.

Here’s what you need to know about our first event:

Thursday October 23
5:30 to 8pm
at the Stand Bistro in Birmingham

The non-profit invited is the Ruth Ellis Center

Upcoming events will feature the Eisenhower Dance, and the Christ Child Society.

If you are interested in going as my guest pleaseĀ  click here and let me know.

Thanks!

Stephen
Changez Salon & Spa Co-Owner