Lunch with Leaders September 2020
Previously known as our General Membership Meeting, this luncheon is our format for connecting you with business & community leaders.
Program: Join us in our pre-celebration of
“Purple is the color of loyalty, constancy to purpose, unswerving steadfastness to a cause.” "It is also the color of dignity and self-respect and signifies bipartisanship." Consider wearing purple to this meeting to celebrate!
Speaker: Tessa Greenspan, Author & Motivational Speaker; one of the most, successful, Influential women in business today. The former owner of Sappington Farmers Market in St. Louis for 28 years. Greenspan took over from her partners, the bankrupt business from one million dollars in debt to ten million dollars in sales.
Greenspan sold the business to pursue a successful speaking and writing career. Her recent memoir has become an international bestseller:
Tessa is also a member of the Women's President Organization (WPO) here in St. Louis.
Bonus: During our American Business Women’s Day,
We will be introducing Lilac Ivy Boutique, a women’s fashion boutique with styles for women of all sizes (small to 3X). They will be showcasing fall fashions and how you can take your personal style from the board room to social hour. They will also be taking appointments for a private, in-home, closet shopping experience. They are happy to assist you in building a wardrobe capsule and help build a snazzy wardrobe with mixing and matching a few key elements to expand your wardrobe or, just add some fun pieces to enhance your existing pieces. Lilac Ivy Boutique is Fun, Fashionable & affordable!
This meeting is sponsored by: Renaissance Plastic Surgery
Catering provided by: Frenchtown Catering Company
PLEASE NOTE: Effective July 21, 2020 - As a leading business organization in St. Charles County, the Greater St. Charles County Chamber will be following the CDC guidelines of social distancing and wearing masks at all Chamber events in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep the economic environment healthy in our community. If you do not have a mask to wear at Chamber events, one will be provided to you at no charge. We will also have hand sanitizer available. Thank you in advance for complying. If you haven’t done so already, we ask that you implement a policy of also following the CDC guidelines in your business.
If you are currently bring tested for Covid-19, please refrain from attending our events until your results have come back as negative.