Being Bruce -: Villages at Brunswick Forest Business After Hours

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Villages at Brunswick Forest Business After Hours

It was raining pretty hard yesterday, but that didn't stop the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held under a tent in the front parking lot of the Villages of Brunswick Forest retail and commercial area.

A good sized crowd ran through the rain to get under the tent to eat, drink, network, and listen to the Sea Pans band.

On hand to be sure people got what they needed were Amanda Spencer, Kate Piediscalzo, and Tasha Yarolin.

Cape Fear National golf course Marketing Director Brad Walker.

East Carolina Bank's Brian Hartzell and Sidney Rabon of Coastal ChemDry.

Bruce Brown of Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Realty and Wendy Hunt who was photographing the event for North Brunswick Magazine.

Brunswick County Sherriff's office Clint Simpson and Joe Scoggins flanking NBCC chamber staff member Mary Anne Fagerquist.

YMCA's Kelly Soffee, David Spetrino, Jr. of Plantation Builders, and NBCC Executive Director Dana Fisher.

Kelly and Dana.

New NBCC board member Ken Schiess and his wife Gina Schiess.

Kerry Kasotky of Health Choice One, Carolyn Pirnat of Asset Storage, and Monica Clark of Cape Fear Business Services.

Marge Brown of SendOutCards.

Marge, Bruce, and Wendy.

Marilyn and Greg Darrow.

David Kubes of Brunswick Forest Realty.

Marilyn Darrow and new board member Terry Grillo of Capeside Animal Hospital.

Mike Eakins of CopyPro and Nick Arbia of ADT.

Seated NBCC board member Mike Leggett of the Local News Review, board member Jeff Harvell of Nancy Hall Publications, Mark Koval of Brunswick Community in Schools, and board member Frank Williams of Patriot Systems public relations.

Exceedingly proud new dad Ray Borges with Marge.

Scott and Connie Reeves of Azalea Plaza.

Trace and Peggy McKay.

Ward Vaugh and Eddie Hughes of ATMC with Steve West of N2 Publishing. (Looks like they did get the shirt memo.)

Wendy at work showing Jeff a photo while NBCC President George Murray and Mark stand by.