Events/Workshops

 
  
    

June

Wednesday, June 01, 2016 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Topic: Managing a Business
Entrepreneurs and business owners, are you challenged to keep up with the daily routines in your business, knowing you need to do more to focus on growth, but uncertain what to do? GrowthWheel® is a hands-on, action-oriented program designed to help entrepreneurs at all stages overcome their barriers to growth. Join Michael Duncan, a serial entrepreneur and SBDC Advisor, for a three hour introduction to the GrowthWheel toolbox designed to help early stage and growth companies get focus, set an agenda, make decisions and take action. All businesses, from pre-venture start-ups to established enterprises, must address four key challenges. They need: an attractive business concept, lasting customer relations, profitable operations, and a strong organization. Attendees will participate in a hands-on workshop introducing the GrowthWheel toolkit, identify your priorities, and will get a sense of how empowering it can be to work with a Certified GrowthWheel® Advisor. How will GrowthWheel help your business? Supports the decision making that we do every day. Supplies a visual toolkit for dialogue, focus, agenda setting, decision-making and action taking. Provides a simple action oriented process to help you grow. Stays true to the way most entrepreneurs think and work. Helps companies determine which areas to focus on to strengthen and grow their business. Gives an alternative to the conventional business plan. 
Speaker: Michael Duncan, Consultant for Danville SBDC
Fee: $ 35.00
Thursday, June 02, 2016 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Marketing and Sales
CAN YOUR CUSTOMERS FIND YOUR BUSINESS? The Importance of an Online Presence and Overview of the Field Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Making Your Business Google Friendly Yelp, Trip Advisor, etc. LinkedIn, Snapchat, YouTube, Google Plus, Blogs Getting a great return on your advertising dollars The need for websites, online payments and email lists
Speaker: Ilsa Loeser
Fee: $ 25.00
Thursday, June 02, 2016 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Topic: Managing a Business
Entrepreneurs and business owners, are you challenged to keep up with the daily routines in your business, knowing you need to do more to focus on growth, but uncertain what to do? GrowthWheel® is a hands-on, action-oriented program designed to help entrepreneurs at all stages overcome their barriers to growth. Join Michael Duncan, a serial entrepreneur and SBDC Advisor, for a three hour introduction to the GrowthWheel toolbox designed to help early stage and growth companies get focus, set an agenda, make decisions and take action. All businesses, from pre-venture start-ups to established enterprises, must address four key challenges. They need: an attractive business concept, lasting customer relations, profitable operations, and a strong organization. Attendees will participate in a hands-on workshop introducing the GrowthWheel toolkit, identify your priorities, and will get a sense of how empowering it can be to work with a Certified GrowthWheel® Advisor. How will GrowthWheel help your business? Supports the decision making that we do every day. Supplies a visual toolkit for dialogue, focus, agenda setting, decision-making and action taking. Provides a simple action oriented process to help you grow. Stays true to the way most entrepreneurs think and work. Helps companies determine which areas to focus on to strengthen and grow their business. Gives an alternative to the conventional business plan. 
Speaker: Michael Duncan, Consultant for Danville SBDC
Fee: $ 35.00
Monday, June 06, 2016 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
University of Mary Washington Center for Economic Development This Seminar will provide the basic of self evaluation, the idea, defining the need, determining the feasibility, and what actions are necessary. Topics within these areas will include analytical methods; research sources; the legal forms of businesses; record keeping; laws, regulations, and policies; and a discussion on the value and importance of business plans and financial analyses. If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact the office at (540) 654-1383.
Speaker: Susan Ball
Fee: $ 30.00
Monday, June 06, 2016 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Topic: Marketing and Sales
To register for this workshop, please go to the following website: http://www.centralvirginia.org/events/louisa-business-bursts-marketing-topic-to-be-announced
Speaker: Betty Hoge
Fee: $ 20.00
Tuesday, June 07, 2016 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Topic: Business Basics
This one day four-hour workshop is presented by the University of Mary Washington Small Business Development Center . It covers the development of the narrative and financial forecasting portions of the business plan. A workbook will be provided that will take the attendees through a step-by-step approach to creating a business plan. Participants will also receive a comprehensive report on their industry.
Speaker: Susan Ball
Fee: $ 60.00
Wednesday, June 08, 2016 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
Entrepreneurship is the American Dream. Unfortunately, of the 1 million businesses started each year, most of them eventually fail. The one common theme may be lack of planning. If you are considering the possibility of starting a business, this free seminar will provide information that may help your business be among the 20 percent that survive and thrive. Prepare to start a successful business by evaluating your entrepreneurial abilities, marketing strategies, financial resources, legal form of organization, and receive tips to prepare and present your business plan.
Speaker: Kim Ray, Business Analyst & Training Coordinator, Longwood SBDC
Wednesday, June 08, 2016 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Topic: Managing a Business
Entrepreneurs and business owners, are you challenged to keep up with the daily routines in your business, knowing you need to do more to focus on growth, but uncertain what to do? GrowthWheel® is a hands-on, action-oriented program designed to help entrepreneurs at all stages overcome their barriers to growth. Join Michael Duncan, a serial entrepreneur and SBDC Advisor, for a three hour introduction to the GrowthWheel toolbox designed to help early stage and growth companies get focus, set an agenda, make decisions and take action. All businesses, from pre-venture start-ups to established enterprises, must address four key challenges. They need: an attractive business concept, lasting customer relations, profitable operations, and a strong organization. Attendees will participate in a hands-on workshop introducing the GrowthWheel toolkit, identify your priorities, and will get a sense of how empowering it can be to work with a Certified GrowthWheel® Advisor. How will GrowthWheel help your business? Supports the decision making that we do every day. Supplies a visual toolkit for dialogue, focus, agenda setting, decision-making and action taking. Provides a simple action oriented process to help you grow. Stays true to the way most entrepreneurs think and work. Helps companies determine which areas to focus on to strengthen and grow their business. Gives an alternative to the conventional business plan. 
Speaker: Michael Duncan, Consultant for Danville SBDC
Fee: $ 35.00
Thursday, June 09, 2016 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Marketing and Sales
Calling all entrepreneurs who need to improve their pitching skills! Learn to pitch! This interactive workshop will help you construct your elevator pitch into a memorable and compelling message that engages your audience and piques their interest. At the end of this fun and challenging course you’ll be able to tell your story with confidence. Please arrive on time. If you arrive 15 minutes late you will not be able to attend the class. To attend the next class e-mail Sheina@cbponline.org. CANCELLATION POLICY: *Please review carefully for our cancellation policy has changed as of January 1, 2016. -Participants whose checks are returned for insufficient funds will be charged a $35 fee. -Participants who have paid for a class and do not cancel at least 24 hours in advance, will forfeit their entire payment. -Participants wishing to receive a refund and have cancelled in a timely manner will be charged a 10% administrative fee. This event is held at our center in Springfield - unless noted otherwise. If you need directions, please visit our Website http://www.cbponline.org
Speaker: Patti Senft
Fee: $ 50.00
Thursday, June 09, 2016 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Topic: Not Set
Thinking about starting a small business? Have you already started and realize you may have missed a few things? This workshop is for you! We review the steps to a successful start, the registrations and regulations, and the components of sound business planning, including financial projections. Follow-up appointments are then available with SBDC, SCORE, and/or CIC business advisors to focus on your concept development, business profile, and/or business plans, including financial projections.
Speaker: CIC
Friday, June 10, 2016 7:30 PM to 9:00 AM
Topic: Business Basics
10 Ps of Building a Business In this morning's session, you'll learn 10 key elements necessary for building and sustaining a successful business or organization, from Launch (Product, Promotion, Production, Processing) through Sustainability (Profit, Protection, Professional & Personal Growth) to Portability (Perseverance & Passion, Portability, Prosperity) You’ll learn • Why the 10 P’s are important to building & sustaining a healthy business • How to use the 10 P’s to make your business more successful • How to tell if your business is “In Balance” • The ultimate goal for building & sustaining a successful business Among other things, the workshop will • Help you develop a “portability mindset” • Create a greater awareness of the importance of having a “transition plan” in place • Provide a method to determine when a “business is in balance” • Identify why many businesses fail • Focus on key components found in successful & sustainable businesses
Speaker: Presenter Chuck Boles is an executive coach, business & marketing consultant, and educator with "umpteen+ years’ business experience". He has achieved "a boat load" of professional honors and designations, is President of THE Chuck & BUDDY COLLEGE of Business Knowledge, and creator of the The Business Owner's Survival Guide & Retirement ToolKIT. Currently his company is developing a relocation model for residents transitioning into Assisted Living Communities.
Fee: $ 15.00
Monday, June 13, 2016 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
Entrepreneurship is the American Dream. Unfortunately, of the 1 million businesses started each year, most of them eventually fail. The one common theme may be lack of planning. If you are considering the possibility of starting a business, this free seminar will provide information that may help your business be among the 20 percent that survive and thrive. Prepare to start a successful business by evaluating your entrepreneurial abilities, marketing strategies, financial resources, legal form of organization, and receive tips to prepare and present your business plan.
Speaker: Michael Duncan, Longwood SBDC Consultant
Tuesday, June 14, 2016 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Topic: Business Accounting and Budget
Introduction and Overview of QuickBooks – covering set-up issues and an overview of using lists in QuickBooks. This would include a review of and encompass the chart of accounts, the use of items, customer and vendor lists, and the use of account classes. Managing Revenue – including the proper set-up of customers and jobs, processing sales, deposits, credit memos, bad debts, and properly making deposits. Managing Expenses – including proper vendor set-up, entering expenses, and writing checks and bank reconciliation procedures. The set-up and proper use of sales tax issues. Payroll Processing – including set-up issues and processing options, and the filing of quarterly and annual payroll forms with QuickBooks. Various other functions in QuickBooks including inventory, job costs, and the management of data including report options and obtaining management information. (This course is applicable to QuickBooks Basic, Pro, Premier, and industry specific editions.) You should be knowledgeable in keyboarding on a computer to get the fullest benefit from this session. The course may be offered on laptop computers.
Speaker: Angela Rudolph with Rutherford & Johnson
Fee: $ 250.00
Tuesday, June 14, 2016 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Topic: Marketing and Sales
Hosted by the University of Mary Washington Center for Economic Development. This workshop is designed for small business owners who are not currently using social media to market their businesses and those who are not using social media effectively. It will help business owners navigate the many social media options available to them, determine which are the most useful for their businesses, set their social media marketing goals, and measure whether their goals are being met.
Speaker: Susan Ball - Business Counselor
Fee: $ 30.00
Tuesday, June 14, 2016 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
Are you considering starting a new business? Not sure what you need to do and what steps to take? Then this is the class for you! Business Basics is an introduction to owning your own business. Topics covered include deciding on a legal entity structure, basic accounting and tax issues, steps you need to take for permits and licensing, steps to writing a business plan and basics of marketing and market research. We cover the nine steps to market research to determine if your business idea makes sense. Class is for individuals in business, thinking of starting a business even if it might be years in the future. The class is 3.0 hours long so these topics will only be briefly covered. Upon completing the class you will have the opportunity to schedule a one-on-one appointment with one of the professional business counselors in our office. We do not charge anything for our one-on-one sessions. CLASS IS LOCATED AT THE ROANOKE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LOCATED DOWNTOWN AT 210 S. Jefferson Street in downtown Roanoke. Please make payment by credit card at the end of registration, sending in a check prior to class, or stopping by our office and paying by check. Credit card payments cannot be accepted over the phone. We do not give refunds;, however, if you miss class, you can attend another class. Roanoke Regional Small Business Development Center to 210 S. Jefferson Street, Roanoke VA 24011. For questions please call Tom Tanner at 983-0717 ext 103.
Speaker: Tom Tanner
Fee: $ 20.00
Thursday, June 16, 2016 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Topic: Business Accounting and Budget
Introduction and Overview of QuickBooks – covering set-up issues and an overview of using lists in QuickBooks. This would include a review of and encompass the chart of accounts, the use of items, customer and vendor lists, and the use of account classes. Managing Revenue – including the proper set-up of customers and jobs, processing sales, deposits, credit memos, bad debts, and properly making deposits. Managing Expenses – including proper vendor set-up, entering expenses, and writing checks and bank reconciliation procedures. The set-up and proper use of sales tax issues. Payroll Processing – including set-up issues and processing options, and the filing of quarterly and annual payroll forms with QuickBooks. Various other functions in QuickBooks including inventory, job costs, and the management of data including report options and obtaining management information. (This course is applicable to QuickBooks Basic, Pro, Premier, and industry specific editions.) You should be knowledgeable in keyboarding on a computer to get the fullest benefit from this session. The course may be offered on laptop computers.
Speaker: Angela Rudolph with Rutherford & Johnson
Fee: $ 250.00
Monday, June 20, 2016 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Topic: Managing a Business
Growing our Culinary Region with the Right Ingredients ---Recipe for Success--- A joint project of the Central Virginia and Shenandoah Valley Small Business Development Centers (www.CVSBDC.org and www.ValleySBDC.org), the Business of Food Conference will feature a broad range of workshops topics of value to food service professionals, restaurant managers and owners, and all who desire to learn more about starting or growing a food business. Keep updated on conference developments on the Business of Food Conference website.
Fee: $ 119.00
Monday, June 20, 2016 9:00 AM to 11:30 PM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
University of Mary Washington Center for Economic Development This Seminar will provide the basic of self evaluation, the idea, defining the need, determining the feasibility, and what actions are necessary. Topics within these areas will include analytical methods; research sources; the legal forms of businesses; record keeping; laws, regulations, and policies; and a discussion on the value and importance of business plans and financial analyses. For questions or further assistance, contact the office at (540) 654-1383.
Speaker: Susan Ball
Fee: $ 30.00
Monday, June 20, 2016 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Managing a Business
How to pick the best retail space for your needs, the dos and don’ts, legal aspects of retail commercial leases. • What you need to know so you don't get burned when picking a location: o Site selection o Demographic research o Traffic count o Competitors in area • The process • Market Conditions • Negotiating as a Small Business • Major terms of a lease • Renewing a lease This workshop is co-taught by a retail leasing expert and Bryan Short, Attorney at Law- Business, Restaurant, and Commercial Real Estate Lawyer. Come with your own questions regarding some of the issues you are facing as a retailer! Please arrive on time. If you arrive 15 minutes late you will not be able to attend the workshop. ** This workshop is made possible by the generous contribution of time and expertise by a CBP volunteer. Please respect our volunteer's time by arriving on time. If you are unable to attend the class, please notify us promptly. This event is held at our center in Springfield - unless noted otherwise. If you need directions, please visit our Website http://www.cbponline.org
Speaker: Bryan Short, Attorney at Law
Tuesday, June 21, 2016 9:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Topic: Cash Flow Management
Food as a business - 2 consecutive workshops & panel discussions on the same day at the commercial kitchen, Frontier Kitchen in Lorton! Workshop 1) Food as a business: Many people dream of taking their favorite recipes and turning their love of food into their own business. From home-based start-ups to brick-and-mortar restaurants, this workshop will introduce you to the many considerations in launching your own food business. Hosted at Northern Virginia’s newest commercial kitchen! Workshop 2) Pricing, costs, menu creation: Do you know how to build a menu? Have you priced all the items? Are you maintaining your cost targets? Have you optimized your menu? If you need help with any of these topics, join us for this workshop with our panel of experts! These workshops and panel discussions will be run by a team of experts from food incubators in Virginia, the SBDC retail guru, Marc Willson and successful restaurateurs from the region. Please arrive on time. If you arrive 15 minutes late you will not be able to attend the workshop. ** This workshop is made possible by the generous contribution of time and expertise by a CBP volunteer. Please respect our volunteer's time by arriving on time. If you are unable to attend the class, please notify us promptly. ****LOCATION: This event is held at Frontier Kitchen, 8538 Terminal Road, Suite O/P, Lorton VA 22079****
Speaker: Marc Willson, SBDC retail guru
Tuesday, June 21, 2016 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
This course describes the fundamentals of the most important aspect of any small business: marketing. At the end of this course, you will be able to create a comprehensive marketing plan for your small business that encompasses a creative plan, a positioning plan, and a media marketing calendar--the essentials of any good marketing strategy. Topics covered by this course include: What is marketing? Conducting market research. Analyzing the market environment. Selecting your target markets. Placing products & services. Website Do's and Don'ts. Social Media Marketing. Creating a marketing plan and calendar. Determining ROI. Pre-Registration is required.
Speaker: Bart Smith
Fee: $ 20.00
Wednesday, June 22, 2016 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Managing a Business
Join us at Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton for a conversation with specialists in the field of non-profit and for profit arts organizations, artists and retailers. Learn how arts organizations and retailers work so you can work better with them. Our panelists: • Marc Willson: SBDC general retail guru • Ava Spece: CEO of Workhouse Arts Center, expert on non-profit arts • Principle Gallery in Alexandria: Specialist on commercial art galleries • An artist from the Workhouse who will speak on being a successful artist • Frank Pappas: Marketing expert on Arts • The Director of Performing Arts Please arrive on time. If you arrive 15 minutes late you will not be able to attend the workshops. ** This workshop is made possible by the generous contribution of time and expertise by a CBP volunteer. Please respect our volunteer's time by arriving on time. If you are unable to attend the class, please notify us promptly. ****LOCATION This event is held at Location: Workhouse Arts Center, 9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton, VA 22079****
Speaker: Marc Willson: SBDC general retail guru,Ava Spece: Workhouse Arts Center, Frank Pappas: Marketing expert on Arts
Thursday, June 23, 2016 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Managing a Business
Join us at CBP for this interactive seminar. You'll find answers to understanding and managing your online expectations as a retailer. Industry expert Vincent Consumano, founder of FreshySites (http://freshysites.com), will lead the discussion. Please arrive on time. If you arrive 15 minutes late you will not be able to attend the workshop. We will discuss: • Search Engine Optimization (SEO): What it is, what it's not • Social media: how can retailers leverage It • What should retailers really expect • Expected ROI • Let's kick it old school - Networking ** This workshop is made possible by the generous contribution of time and expertise by a CBP volunteer. Please respect our volunteer's time by arriving on time. If you are unable to attend the class, please notify us promptly. This event is held at our center in Springfield - unless noted otherwise. If you need directions, please visit our Website http://www.cbponline.org
Speaker: Vincent Consumano, FreshySites
Friday, June 24, 2016 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Topic: Managing a Business
Do you have an idea for a product but don’t know how to prototype it? Are you ready to move to the manufacturing stage and need to know what resources are available? Hear from experts in the Maker’s Movement—and get a tour of the new TechShop facility in Crystal City. Panelits: · Kyle Barras - TechShop · Michael Mort (Intellectual Property Attorney, Argent Place Advisors) Please arrive on time. If you arrive 15 minutes late you will not be able to attend the workshop. ** This workshop is made possible by the generous contribution of time and expertise by a CBP volunteer. Please respect our volunteer's time by arriving on time. If you are unable to attend the class, please notify us promptly. ****LOCATION: This event is held at Location: TechShop, 2110-B Crystal Drive, Arlington VA 2220****
Speaker: Kyle Barras, TechShop, Michael Mort, Esq., Argent Place Advisors
Tuesday, June 28, 2016 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Topic: Business Accounting and Budget
The Crater Small Business Development Center of Longwood University and the Petersburg Office of Economic Development will host a one day seminar on QuickBooks. This extensive course will cover the following: • Introduction and Overview of QuickBooks -- covering set-up issues and an overview of using lists in QuickBooks. This would include a review of and encompass the chart of accounts, the use of items, customer and vendor lists, and the use of account classes. • Managing Revenues -- including the proper set-up of customers and jobs, processing sales, deposits, credit memos, bad debts, and properly making deposits. • Managing Expenses -- including proper vendor set-up, entering expenses, and writing checks. • Bank reconciliation procedures. • Various other functions in QuickBooks including inventory, job costs and the management of data including report options and obtaining management information.
Speaker: Presenter: Cynthia Moore
Fee: $ 100.00
Tuesday, June 28, 2016 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
Lean Startup Principles have been applied successfully to the manufacturing and tech worlds, as well as more recently in service companies. This workshop will provide you with the skills and tools, using Lean Startup Principles, to launch or grow mission-driven ventures that create financial, as well as social and/or environmental value for stakeholders. You will learn how to identify value from the perspective of multiple customer types (e.g. consumers/beneficiaries, buyers, influencers, saboteurs). You will also learn about new organizational legal structures for social enterprises (e.g. Benefit Corporations, L3Cs). Through case studies, data analysis, and application of other lean concepts, you will learn what it takes to refine your mission-driven venture idea and/or optimize the integration of social, environmental, and financial return on investment measurement into your entrepreneurial journey. Please arrive on time. If you arrive 15 minutes late you will not be able to attend the class. Bio: Dr. Mrim Boutla leverages her PhD in neuroplasticity to help emerging and established leaders secure meaningful work. In 2010, Dr. Boutla co-founded one of the first Maryland-based certified Benefit LLC, More Than Money Careers (MTMCareers) with Dr. Mark Albion (Faculty Founder of Net Impact). Dr. Boutla has been serving as a startup mentor through the DC I-Corps node, AccelerateDC, and the HeraHub incubator. Dr. Boutla also teaches social entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland. Dr. Boutla earned her Bsc in Psychology from the Université Catholique de Louvain, and PhD in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from the University of Rochester. ** This workshop is made possible by the generous contribution of time and expertise by a CBP volunteer. Please respect our volunteer's time by arriving on time. If you are unable to attend the class, please notify us promptly. Refunds will be made in accordance with our published cancellation policy. ** CANCELLATION POLICY: *Please review carefully for our cancellation policy has changed as of January 1, 2016. -Participants whose checks are returned for insufficient funds will be charged a $35 fee. -Participants who have paid for a class and do not cancel at least 24 hours in advance, will forfeit their entire payment. -Participants wishing to receive a refund and have cancelled in a timely manner will be charged a 10% administrative fee. This event is held at our center in Springfield - unless noted otherwise. If you need directions, please visit our Website http://www.cbponline.org
Speaker: Dr. Mrim Boutla
Fee: $ 50.00
Tuesday, June 28, 2016 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Topic: Start-up Assistance
Thinking about starting a small business? Have you already started and realize you may have missed a few things? This workshop is for you. We review the steps to a successful start, the registrations and regulations, and the components of sound business planning, including financial projections. Follow-up appointments are then available with SBDC business advisors to focus on your business or marketing plan.
Speaker: Joyce Krech, SBDC Director
Fee: $ 25.00
Tuesday, June 28, 2016 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, 2 sessions ending Wednesday, June 29
Topic: Business Accounting and Budget
SBDC QuickBooks II: Beyond the Basics - Reconciling bank accounts, inventory processing, setting up & processing payroll, accounts receivable management and more! Bring your questions to class! Please arrive on time. **Prerequisite: QuickBooks I or working knowledge of QuickBooks. Class starts promptly at 6pm. PLEASE ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 5:45PM TO MAKE SURE COMPUTERS ARE SET-UP TO START ON TIME. If you arrive after 6:15pm you will not be allowed in the class. ***NOTE: If you have Quickbooks already on your laptop, please bring. You can use one of our laptop that has the program if you don’t have a laptop. Advise us ASAP if you need to use one of ours. The class uses Quickbooks desktop version ONLY not the online version. CANCELLATION POLICY: *Please review carefully for our cancellation policy has changed as of January 1, 2016. -Participants whose checks are returned for insufficient funds will be charged a $35 fee. -Participants who have paid for a class and do not cancel at least 24 hours in advance, will forfeit their entire payment. -Participants wishing to receive a refund and have cancelled in a timely manner will be charged a 10% administrative fee This event is held at our center in Springfield - unless noted otherwise. If you need directions, please visit our Website http://www.cbponline.org
Speaker: Lemay & Company
Fee: $ 95.00
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