COOKEVILLE – Putnam County Habitat has been chosen as the charitable recipient for the upcoming Business Cumberland Business Networking Event, to be held 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11, at the Willow Place Conference Center in Cookeville. This event will allow business owners to meet other business professionals and potential customers/clients. Lunch and refreshments will be available for purchase.
From noon–1 p.m., a “Lunch & Learn” hour will focus on 3D Printing, presented by Tom McDunn with TPM Technologies and Stackhouse 3D. Also at the event, PCHFH will have its ReStore truck ready for donations and will have opportunities for local businesses to partner with Habitat as the non-profit celebrates its 20th anniversary in Putnam County. Sponsorships are available at different levels.
The cost to participate at the B2B is $10. Booths and ad placements in the event program are additional. To register as an exhibitor or as a networker, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (931) 338-0751 or download the registration form at www.businesscumberland.com/docs/B2BCookevilleNov2014RegForm.pdf.
Business Cumberland is a local advertising company promoting businesses in the Upper Cumberland via home and health fairs, business networking events, resource directories, e-newsletters, website and word-of-mouth. For more information, visit www.businesscumberland.com.
Putnam County Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit Christian housing ministry, builds affordable homes for families in need. For more information about PCHFH, visit www.pchabitat.org or call Melissa Parks at (931) 528-1711, ext. 7.