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NetConnect's Networking Event "Don't Let Your Attire Cost You Clients"

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A special networking event, Don’t Let Your Attire Cost You Clients, featuring John N. Birr, wardrobe consultant, will discuss proper attire for business owners and entrepreneurs on April 12th, 2012 at BMO-Harris Bank, 7077 West Dempster Street, Niles, from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM, gracious host of NetConnect Networking Group’s previous events.

Mr. Birr’s presentation will last 15 minutes, the main thrust of this event is networking.  Past events have attracted over 60 business owners and entrepreneurs from over 20 communities.

This event will be co-sponsored by the Morton Grove and Niles Chambers of Commerce in partnership with NetConnect Networking Group.  Breakfast will be provided by GFS Marketing Place of Niles.

NetConnect is a networking group based in Niles, IL and affiliated with the Niles and Morton Grove Chambers of commerce.  It’s been meeting weekly at the Niles Harris Trust and Savings Bank (yes, a bank that gives back to the community) for the past two and a half years for the sole purpose of creating an environment for its members that gets them more customers. 

John Birr is a professional wardrobe consultant.  He has been providing high quality suits, shirts and accessories to professionals since 1987.  An independent representative for J. Lucas Clothiers in the Chicago market, John serves hundreds of clients, offering fabric selection, taking measurements and providing personal wardrobe consultation.

At this event Mr. Birr will reveal a few simple wardrobe adjustments so a business man or woman is dressed for success no matter what business he or she is in or the type of clients he or she has.

Attendance is open to any small business owner and free of charge, but reservations are required.  Please email Debbie at Debbie@NilesChamber.com or call her at 847-268-8180.

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