EWI of Spokane
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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 – note date change (Meeting is being held one week earlier than usual)
Spokane Club, Georgian Room
Lunch Meeting and Annual Business Forum presented with INSHRM
Lunch & Check-in at 11:00 AM
Session runs from 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Please join us as Author and CEO of Category 6, Shari Storm, teaches on the art of articulating, orchestrating, and celebrating your teams. How to motivate others – and yourself – to go the extra mile in performance and dedication.
Don’t miss this learning opportunity that will help you find your voice as an Inspirational Leader! To learn more about Shari Storm, visit her website at http://sharistorm.com/Learn more
Tickets are $50 and include: 2 mini spa services, appetizers, a glass of wine or champagne, and access to the spa amenities (bring your suit to use the jacuzzi!)
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Spa Night Raffle!
Spa Night raffle basket tickets will be available for purchase at the February Chapter meeting. $5 per raffle ticket will get you a chance to win a sweet prize! You DO NOT need to be present at Spa Night to win! If you can’t attend Spa Night, you can support EWI fundraising by purchasing a raffle ticket. Bring $5 for the cause…or $20 to increase your odds!
“EWI’s connections have benefitted my business and personal life. I moved to Spokane with 14 years of design experience but limited connections. I was excited to find that joining EWI invigorated my business in Spokane, but I was surprised to find that I also gained meaningful friendships through my participation in EWI.”
—Sarae Boyer, Pure Magic Media
“As I reflect on my years in EWI, I cherish the relationships I have gained and the professional development our chapter has provided to me. These relationships and professional growth rewarded my company significantly by increasing our client base and providing valuable leadership tools that strengthen my company.”
—Jill Gaffney, Greenleaf Landscaping
“I joined six years ago, and the first meeting I attended was a meeting where young adults came and spoke about why they deserved a scholarship, and I cried through the whole thing. I said, “Where do I sign up? What do you want me to do?” It’s a little commitment that goes a long way. I know I sound like a pamphlet, but it’s all real. That’s why I joined.”
—Penny Hollars, Larry H. Miller Downtown Toyota