Nature and Networking! Watters Garden Center believes local businesses can change the world! On April 18, business owners, managers and those interested in finding more about the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce and local business initiatives are invited to mix and mingle from 5-6:30 pm.
The event will be held at Watters Garden Center, 1815 Iron Springs Road in Prescott.
Connecting small businesses inspires ideas, innovation, partnerships, and plans, which bolsters a blossoming local economy. Quad Cities Business Newspaper will be the co-sponsor of this event and serves the region with news about local business, healthcare, and education. “When local businesses grow together, everyone wins!” says Deborah Mainville-Knight, Marketing Consultant for Quad Cities Business News.
The featured non-profit organization will be Prescott Frontier Rotary and their ‘Grapes 4 Grades’ benefit. All proceeds from the event benefit Prescott Unified School District’s 21st Century Grant Summer Program., which builds a strong foundation in all academic basics and enrichment classes in science, computers, gardening, and yoga.
Prescott Valley’s newest culinary experience, Rafter Eleven, will feature a delicious wine and olive oil tasting for the event. Located in the heart of the entertainment district, Rafter Eleven was created by owner Dawn Wasowicz “we are excited to feature our amazing coffees, incredible olive oils and balsamic vinegar, exquisite wines, in such a beautiful space that feels like home.”
The mission of the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce is to develop, promote and preserve business and community interests of our members. The Chamber focuses on target areas of the business community that create a stronger local economy, provide network opportunities and business connections. We also promote the community and region by representing the interests of business in government, and political action.
Professional head shots and business photos provided by Trisha Shaffer, Aris Affairs Photography, but you have attend the event.
Watters Garden Center celebrates it’s 56th spring open house this year with connections to local chamber and business owners all 56 of those yeas. “We Believe gardening can be both beautiful, natural, safe and organic, but you need smart friends by your side if you’re going to succeed as a small business.” says Ken Lain, owner. “All are invited to this event that own, manage, or promote small business in support in their community” Network gathering is April 18, 5-6:30 pm at Watters Garden Center in Prescott. Pinterest Board of last years event.
Gourmet food catered by The Natural Healing Gardens and chef Debbie Maranville.