BNI Visitors Day - Grown Your Small Business

If you’re working hard, smart and well but find that you are not bringing enough new clients and customers through your door, BNI [Business Network Int’l] may be just what you need to help you grow your business. 

To introduce you to our organization—the world’s largest business referral organization with 193,000 members around the world—and our BNI Summit of Success Chapter, we’d love to have you attend our October 25th Visitors’ Day Networking Breakfast

The event, which will be held at the Fairmount Country Club, 400 Southern Blvd, Chatham, NJ, from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., will give you the immediate opportunity to market your business to other local professionals. It will also introduce you to the possibility of membership in our chapter and the continuous benefit of increasing your business through personal referrals. 

BNI is a professional business networking organization with a primary focus on word-of-mouth marketing success. Its goal: to have its members grow their businesses through quality referrals. 

Supporting this organizational goal, the BNI Summit of Success Chapter comprises professionals who regularly exchange personal referrals based on developing relationships of trust. 

A unique advantage of BNI is its requirement that only one person from each business specialty is allowed to join a chapter. Once you join, none of your competitors can participate. The BNI Summit of Success Chapter is currently looking for excellent local businesses to whom members can refer business. 

I would personally like to invite you to our Visitors’ Day meeting so you can experience BNI and find out if you would be interested in cultivating a steady source of referral business. Seating will be limited, so RSVP to gweisz@thepaperstoreandmore.com or 973-386-1112 by October 16th. And, certainly invite a business associate who may also be interested in generating more business through word-of-mouth marketing.

Do join us—and be sure to bring plenty of business cards, because you will meet many local business professionals. BNI is a terrific organization. Why not learn more about it? 

www.bnisummitofsuccess.com 

Contact Information
  1. Genie Weisz
  2. 973-386-1112
  3. gweisz@thepaperstoreandmore.com
Wed, October 25
7:00 am — 9:00 am
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If you’re working hard, smart and well but find that you are not bringing enough new clients and customers through your door, BNI [Business Network Int’l] may be just what you need to help you grow your business.

To introduce you to our organization—the world’s largest business referral organization with 193,000 members around the world—and our BNI Summit of ...

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