Being Bruce -: Strictly Business at Old Chicago

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Strictly Business at Old Chicago

It was Strictly Business at Old Chicago Pizza Wednesday. The weekly business networking event is held at varying locations in the greater Wilmington area each Wednesday starting at 5PM. Strictly Business is organized and sponsored by Sea-Comm Media's Big Talker FM. Other sponsors include Coastal Document Systems and eTelecom.

Below are Cynthia Hunt from Mary Kay, Patricia Pietropaolo of Permanent Makeup, and John Pietropaolo New Hanover Metro Treatment Center.


Ezell and Ann Willard of All Kinds of Stuff.


Cheryl McKee of CH2MHill.


U.S. Cellular's Jonathan Ennis.


Cape Fear River Watch was this week's nonprofit on display. It's pretty cool because the nonprofit at the event gets the proceeds from the drawing tickets. And the drawings are impressive!


Paul Whitehouse of Lopemedia and Stephanie Williams of Edward Jones.


Capt. Joseph Abbate of Cape Fear River Watch with Paige Freeman of Sea-Comm Media.


Ken Schiess of HDVest and Kimberly Brumsey of KB Aesthetics.


Our host and announcer for the event was Joe Catenacci from The Big Talker-FM.


Town Planner Calendar's Mary Bennies with Justin Vida of Fitness Together.


Jonathan Ennis, ActionCoach Reggie Shropshire and Candi Alexander of Lumina Hall.


Coastal Document System's Scott Ball with Paul Whitehouse.


The crew from ARC NC: Alexis Hinds, Brian Moeller and Joanne Cain.


Elaine Huston of Pre-Paid Legal and Sheetz! and Rick Huston of U First Financial.


Sea-Comm Media sales guy Derek Sellers.


Buff Master's Mark Johnson, Strickland Window Coverings Fred Kumpel and WWAY TV3's Vince Prisco.


Author Tim Dillinger.


Primary Mortgage's Mark Whitmarsh and Cheryl McKee.

Another great turnout. A big thank you to owners Mike and Julie Czyl. For each week's location check the event schedule on The Big Talker-FM website.

1 comment:

  1. What would we do without you Bruce? We would have no pictures to prove it. I'm always selling those cheap raffle tickets (hey, and the prizes are NOT cheap), and, of course, running my mouth. Great event...love that comfort food and specials at Old Chicago.

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