The way to tell if a Ribbon Cutting was a SUCCESS or not…by how many cookies are left! These particular cookies were from fellow Anderson Chamber of Commerce Member Nature’s Marketplace on the East side of Oak Ridge.
The other way to tell the success of a ribbon cutting is I received 2 referrals and I know of at least 5 other transactions that will result in business for my attendees! That in my book is success!
See my happiness over the stress being over…er…uh…the success of the Ribbon Cutting? Plus I have my green shades on that match my green wall!
Coffee was provided by a Local Woman Owned Business and long time best friend of my neighbors, Malone’s Coffee Service (and I have gotten VERY GOOD coffee, fair trade, organic, environmentally friendly) for 4 years.
Thank you to my Wife, Jessica for being here.
Thank you to everyone at the Anderson Chamber of Commerce (I am a Buy Local member if you need a card or want to know more about that program)
Thank you to the 40ish people who showed up including 1 politician…do not know why they missed an event of someone somewhat involved in the community. But I do not think Anne is running this time and we always keep it non political conversations (thank you) so glad you made it.
I was a bit concerned the afternoon before…it was a bit cloudy
Sorry there are not more actual pictures but the Ribbon Cutting was late Thursday so the Anderson Chamber will be getting me more photos today which I will do some updates with.
And thank you to Baxter the Plaza Kitty who was happy to let himself in and just wonder through until it got a little dangerous for his tail.
And thank you, all my readers for putting up with all my social media announcements, pictures and general ramblings about this coming up!
And while not least (they will help keep the office open!) Matt and Lauren and Melanie, New Agents or Agents in Training!
Now if I survive the one next Thursday, July 31st at 10am, I can get back to writing business!