Being Bruce -: Strictly Business at Midtown Seafood - September 30, 2009

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Strictly Business at Midtown Seafood - September 30, 2009

Once again The Big Talker FM held a Strictly Business event at Midtown Seafood on Oleander Drive in Wilmington, NC. This weekly Wilmington area business networking event rotates between several locations, with focus on a specific local charitable cause or area good works organization. This week's organization is Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter.

The event was held in the open lounge at Midtown Seafood.

As usual there were plentiful (free) appetizers.

In case you're looking for it, this sign can be seen from a distance on busy Oleander Drive.

And here's the front of the building.

Barbara Gray (PrePaid Legal) and Erik Gray (United First Financial).

James Arnold, owner of South-Eastern Commercial Services and Elaine Huston of PrePaid Legal.

Reed Wallace, Executive Director of the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra with Amy Besterfeldt and Michael Snyder of Sea-Comm Media.

Donna May of PartyLite Candles and Kimberly Paul, VP of Communications and Outreach for the Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter.

Joe Somersett, who has a Property Maintenance company in Wilmington and Fred Kumpel of Strickland's Window Coverings.

Mark Johnson of Buff Masters Car Wash & Detail Center.

Nick Balding of Balding Brothers .

Steve West of N2 Publishing comes every week to these events and attests to their value for his neighborhood newsletters and magazines.

Sea-Comm photographer Paige Freeman.

Okay, so here's what Paige looks like without the camera.

Crowd shot.

Consumate gentleman Scott Cromartie, Area Director for BNI and loan officer with Stevens Mortgage Consulting.

On the way out I said hello to Mark Evans of Green Cleaning Technicians.

Next week's Strictly Business is at CARRABA’S ITALIAN GRILLE October 7th on Van Campen & Market. See you there Wednesday, from 5-7PM.

2 comments:

  1. Strictly Business is actually at Carrabba's Italian Grill next week :)

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