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It’s time to say BRAVO at the March Chapter Meeting for the National Association of Women Business Owners

It’s time to celebrate our nominees for the 2nd Annual BRAVO Awards at the National Association of Women Business Owners Fort Lauderdale/Broward County (NAWBO) chapter meeting on March 7, 2011 at the Westin hotel, located at 400 Corporate Drive, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

The 2nd Annual BRAVO Awards are back! Lets’ celebrate the extraordinary women in the community that are pioneers and leaders that radiate the success factor both personally and professionally. The goal for the BRAVO Awards is to commemorate five outstanding women business owners in South Florida that have contributed to one of the key factors in business.

The Young Woman Entrepreneur Nominee: She is a trailblazer and entrepreneur age 13 – 25 and ahead of her time. She possesses a keen sense for business. And has an uncanny ability to make you fall in love with the concepts and ideas that she has passionately and successfully made into a for-profit or non-profit venture.

Media Honoree: She has a knack for investigating and reporting the facts, stories and ideas of interest to others. She is articulate and an excellent communicator. She’s a mass media diva with experience in TV, Radio, Print and Online. She keeps you posted on “the Hip and Happening”, “What’s New”, “What to Expect” or “Current Events

Diversity Nominee: She is a business owner or woman in business of a diverse cultural and ethnic background. She has embraced the differences of her community and others to make her business a success.

Spirit of the Community Nominee: She may be a civic leader, elected official, social service or non-profit community leader. She works tirelessly on behalf of others who are disenfranchised, under-served and un-heard. She has helped to make you more aware of the issues and areas of need in the community or the world.

Going Green while making Green Nominee: She avidly recycles. She has separate bins to sort plastic bottles, newspaper and other disposed items. She practices energy efficiency at home and in her business. . She recognizes staff for the creative ways they devise to save energy, reduce waste and help to improve the workplace and community to be more environmentally friendly.

These prestigious awards represent the powerful mission that NAWBO has been delivering for over 35 years- women mean business! Join us in this magnificent celebration!

The NAWBO chapter (http://www.nawbo-ftl.org) monthly meetings provide an opportunity to network with guest speakers and women business owners in the area. Woman business owners are invited to attend the workshops and meetings to tap into a great resource gain some insight to NAWBO members and their expertise in their specific field. Visit http://www.nawbo-ftl.org for reservations and more details.

For additional information:
Contact: Marcia McPherson
E: marciamc(at)eristaffing(dot)com
P: 954.597.7700

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