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Women Business Owners Of North Florida Host Fall Retreat In Orlando
Women business owners dedicate their lives to work, but hard work can pay off with relaxation at the “Everybody is a Star” Fall Retreat in September, sponsored by Women Business Owners of North Florida at the Hilton Bonnet Creek hotel in Orlando.
During the retreat WBO members and non-members gather and discuss business topics such as expansion, marketing, financing and legal issues. Participants and sponsors are given the opportunity to share ideas business-to-
Conference fees for WBO members are currently$140 now, but after July 1 the fee will be $160. For guests, the fee is $165 now, then $185 after July 1. These conference reservations are first- come first-serve, so please reserve your spot as soon as possible. Any cancelation can happen with full refund by July 20. The conference fee covers a reservation, the conference, access to Hospitality Suite, all meals and conference materials.
Resort reservations should be made early and direct to the Hilton Bonnet Creek Resort before August 22 to secure group pricing; any reservation made after this date may not receive the group discount. To make a reservation call 800-445-8667 and use the code ZWBO for call-in reservations.
Hotel features include wifi in all rooms, a 3-acre lazy river pool, dozens of restaurants and bars and complementary transportation to all four Disney World parks as well as Downtown Disney.
To register for the “Everybody is a Star” Fall Retreat, visit the Women Business Owners of North Florida website to complete and submit the registration form. For any additional information or questions call 2012 Fall Retreat Chair member, Jill Gaddis at 992-9904.
If interested in sponsoring there are several levels of sponsorship available for members and non-members as well.
Women Business Owners of North Florida, established in 1981, encourages leadership, community and success to women in the business world. They create and recognize opportunities to lift up the successes of businesswomen, both collectively and individually. For more information, visit www.jaxwbo.org.