Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Christian Marketplace Network Expo and Trade Friday, November 21st

The Christian Marketplace Network is sponsoring its 5th Annual Marketplace Expo and Trade Fair on Friday, November 21st at The Vineyard Community Church in Springdale., Ohio

The CMN Expo and Trade Fair begins at 11:30 AM

Admission is free. This year's event will feature over 30 exhibits of Christian owned businesses, organizations and ministries.

Also featured are breakouts sessions with relevant topics to the workplace Christian. Chuck Proudfit from At Work On Purpose will present the insightful session entitled The Bible and the Briefcase. Ford Taylor of Transformation Cincinnati will present Relational Leadership: The Missing Link. And Kendra Ramirez of Sales Konnect will present What, Where and Why of Social Networking.Cincinnati's Christian Marketplace Network provides a forum where marketplace

Christians can connect on a consistent basis. CMN's three-fold purpose is to facilitate members' business growth, foster God-honoring relationships, and have fun This event is a great opportunity to meet and network with other workplace Christians, pick up new ideas, and enjoy great food and fun. You'll have an opportunity to attend free break out sessions with nationally known speakers, and there will be lots of door prizes.

The CMN Expo and Trade Fair begins
At 11:30 AM and runs for just 3 hours. Join us for a fun and productive afternoon.

More information is available at or call 513-310-3710.

Vineyard Community Church in the Tri-County area
11340 Century Circle East, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246.

Directions: Vineyard Community Church is in the Tri-County area, very convenient to I-75 and I-275. The church is tucked behind Dick's Sporting Goods and Macaroni Grill, just down the street from Tri County Mall. Enter via the South Parking lot entrance and go downstairs to the Atrium.

Larry Shideler
Customer Loyalty Manager
513-405-4773 Cell
Inspection Plus, LTD.
Cincinnati, Ohio
513-793-3552 Office Phone
Residential Home and Commercial Building Inspections

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