Target Audience: local businesses (Snohomish, WA)
Reprinted from their Linkedin page:
Quarterly General Meeting – Invitation
Press Release – For Immediate Distribution
Join the Snohomish County Business Watch at our public meeting on Tuesday, April 19th, 2011 from 11:30am to 1pm.
• We’ll be meeting at the Holiday Inn Express at 8606 36th Avenue NE in Marysville, WA. Parking is free.
• Our guest speaker will be a member of the Snohomish County Auto Theft Task Force, discussing car theft prevention.
• We’ll also get an update on the State of the County from our January speaker.
• Lunch will be served and admission is $5.
• Join business and law enforcement leaders from around the County – and bring lots of business cards! This is a great networking opportunity as well.
• If you plan to attend, email firstname.lastname@example.org please so we can make sure to expect you. Let your network on LinkedIn and other colleagues know about this event as well!
• Your business can gain exposure by sponsoring one of our General meetings! The cost is only $175.00 and we are currently in need of sponsors for our upcoming meetings. We are a 501c 3 registered non-profit corporation, meaning your assistance to the SCBW is tax deductible!
• We are also taking donations of door prizes for the General meetings. Donate a door prize to help promote your business and help us educate the business community about crime prevention. Contact Matt Adams at email@example.com for more information on sponsorship.
You can also follow us on:
Our web site – http://www.thescbw.org/
Twitter – http://twitter.com/thescbw
The Snohomish County Business Watch is a registered not for profit corporation in the State of Washington.
Our mission is to promote a sense of community between local businesses in order to exchange ideas and improve business security practices with the support of local law enforcement.
Identify common criminal activity against businesses.
Develop an exchange of information between business owners, and between business owners and law enforcement.
Empower business owners to take control of their security through education, awareness and prevention.
Snohomish County Business Watch
PO box 12223
Everett, WA 98206