Tag Archive: woman owned business

Jun 06

A.G. Wilson Learns to Golf!

My interest in golf started a few years ago when I was enlisted by my husband, who had no TV or internet access at the time, to keep him apprised of a tournament that had gone into sudden death overtime. Before that, I had never considered golf an exciting or interesting sport to watch, or …

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Apr 11

NAWIC Region 3 49th Annual Forum

What a time I had at Forum this year.  Greater Palm Beach Chapter did a fantastic job at providing multiple educational and networking opportunities, wonderful food and fun, industry partner/sponsor speakers and charismatic keynote speakers. What a wonderful added touch to be serenaded at breakfast by the a cappella group “Third Row Center“. From the …

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Apr 08

NAWIC Region 3 Forum Welcome Party

Since I attended my first NAWIC Forum 4 years ago I was hooked.  Spending the weekend networking with nearly 100 women from all different aspects of the construction industry is not only a blast it is priceless! These pictures are from Friday night’s Welcome Party which had a “Made in America” theme.  You will notice …

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Mar 24

NAWIC Jacksonville Meeting

I had a great time at NAWIC Jacksonville Chapter’s membership meeting on Tuesday night.  As with any NAWIC event there was a lot of laughing, fun and learning. Jacksonville chapter’s very own Valinda Krynicki (aka Princess V) presented NAWIC’s Program in a Box “Hey, I remember her…” (Marketing Yourself). Valinda is the Business Development Representative …

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Feb 07

Short of a Stripper

I once overhead an Architect say, in a very humdrum tone “another Lunch & Learn, you know what that means…pizza or sandwiches and a fight to keep my eyes open”. Following the AIA Continuing Education System guidelines, the learning portion of the Lunch & Learn is very structured.  There is not a lot room for …

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Jan 20

Are your Profits Blowing out the Door?

This is a picture that I took while traveling to the Florida panhandle on a business trip.  It was a cold day and the draft coming through the door made blow drying my hair extremely uncomfortable.  I couldn’t believe the amount of energy and money being wasted by the lack of something so simple, weatherstripping. …

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Jan 19

Region 3 Director Candidate

Jean L. Cox, CBT, an active member of the Greater Orlando Chapter of NAWIC for 14 years is a candidate for Region 3 Director 2011-2013. Our Greater Gainesville Chapter had the pleasure to have Jean as our January speaker and learn more about her and her desire to be our region’s director. Jean is the …

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Jan 17

Name your Price

Traveling alone I am very picky about choosing a hotel.  That used to mean paying a higher price for peace of mind.  Then a friend of mine, another manufacturer representative, turned me on to Priceline. Now, I “name your own price” where ever I go.   The only disadvantage is that you do not get to …

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Nov 30

A Great Time to Plan

The Holiday Craziness Ensues I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  Spending it however gave you the most joy. I loved having my family over and cooking for them all!   My grandbaby is now 14 months and fast on his feet.  He keeps his Grandma on her toes! This time of year the building industry …

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Nov 15

The end is really the beginning

Want an opening to end user relationships? So, what do you do after the project is over?  If you are asked for a maintenance package do you keep a copy? Do you make one even if it’s not required? An idea I had when I was a distributor was to follow up with the end …

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Nov 10

I Want YOU!

To contact me so I can help you increase your business.  Here are just a few ways I can. Did you know I can help you with quotes for Mesker hollow metal or Design Hardware?  Just send me your take off and I can price up the material for you. Need a sample of any …

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Nov 08

ReCharging the Batteries

I took time out this weekend to do something I love.  On Saturday I woke up before the sun which also happened to be the first cold day of the season in central Florida, a chilly 37 degrees.  I drove about 50 mins to spend 8 hours in the middle of the Osceola National Forest …

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