Registration Discount Extended for National Association of Women Business Owners-IE
Registration Discount Extended for NAWBO-IE April 19 Event
Receive $10 off and enter to win a Southwest Airlines $500 gift card
Corona, Calif. – Registrants for the Amazing Women’s Event (AWE) and Scholarship Banquet, hosted by Inland Empire chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-IE), will receive $10 off their entry, now through Friday, March 30th. Advertising opportunities are available in the souvenir event program through March 30. The evening event will take place on Wednesday, April 19 at 6 p.m., at the Eagle Glen Golf Club, 1800 Eagle Glen Parkway, Corona.. Visit www.nawbo-ie.org. “Programs and Events” for all event details and to register at a discount.
The event’s attendees will have the opportunity to enter to prizes, including a $500 Southwest Airlines gift card! Plus, now is the best time to join NAWBO-IE and save big. Because NAWBO-IE is in the midst of its membership drive, those who join through the end of April will receive $50 off their membership fee! It’s all available: Discounted AWE entry, chances to win great prizes, and a special savings on NAWBO-IE membership!
Winners will be announced the evening of the event. The 2012 nominees are:
Legacy Award — Cheryl Brown, Brown Publishing; Josie Gonzales, County of San Bernardino Supervisor; Maddalena Riboli, San Antonio Winery; Carmelita Rood, Retired Saving and Loan, Menifee Chamber of Commerce
Community Bridge Builder Award — Yolanda Carrillo, Corona-Norco Family YMCA; Robbie Motter, Contacts Unlimited; Linda Sarancha, Foothill Financial Advisors; Peggy Stapleton, KSGN Radio.
Rising Star — Michele Donaldson, Beverly Hills Bridal Exchange; Breanne Houston, T3 Fitness; Jessica Sanchez, JS Platinum Insurance Services; Darlene Tarnoski, A Difference Today, Women Against Child Trafficking.
Business Woman of the Year — Palbinder Badesha, Express Employment Professionals; Bambi Cahilly, Excel Scientific, Inc.; Lynn Diamantopolous, Athena Marketing Research, Inc.; Tracey Papkey, Potamus Press Printing.
Trailblazer — Diane Cooper, Hourglass Wine and Art Gallery; Nicole Farrell, Karaoke with Nicole; RJ Jackson, Inspirational Speaker and Author; Lorna Jenkins, My Learning Studio.
President of NAWBO-IE, Hilda Kennedy, invites all to “come meet the women who have achieved success in the world of business and hear their secrets to making it happen.”
About NAWBO-IE: One of 80 chapters nationwide, NAWBO-IE is the organization of choice for women business owners in the Inland Empire, and is also a strong voice in Sacramento for public policy issues affecting women-owned businesses. Their goal is to promote and enhance the growth and profitability of their member businesses. To find out more about the vision and objectives of NAWBO-IE, the benefits of joining or becoming a corporate partner, please visit www.nawbo-ie.org