Erie Chamber Blog
Wednesday July 11,  2018
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The Reserves Network

We had a full house for our monthly morning networking event, Connect 4 Coffee, held Tuesday, July 10th. And The Reserves Network was a terrific host!

The Reserves Network has 40 locations throughout the country and places nearly 20,000 employees annually. Founded in 1984 in Fairview Park, OH, the provider of “Total Staffing Solutions” has won multiple honors for outstanding sales growth and management excellence. Their professional staff assists employers seaking talent and job seakers with gainful employment. A win-win!

A few things we learned from our members over coffee:

  • Core 3 Group is organizing a super cool event to be held on October 20th, the Liv - Well 365 Expo. Get details HERE.
  • We learned the difference between donating plasma and donating blood and the importance of donating both from Rachel Owens of Grifols.
  • $60 million in grant money was released July 1st to the American Cancer Society's in the Northeast region of the United States! 
  • We learned that a LOT of our members are holding events, and took the opportunity to remind everyone that all events can be posted on the ERCGP website's event calendar free of charge. The more visibility, the better, right?

Join us for our next Connect 4 Coffee on August 14th. Our host will be Pointe Foure Vintage on Federal Hill. Register HERE.

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  • chamber of commerce

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