Business Boosters Luncheon sponsored by Southern Credit Union
Name:Business Boosters Luncheon sponsored by Southern Credit Union
Date:February 15, 2018
Time:11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST
Registration is closed. Event is sold out.
Thank you to everyone that has already registered. Unfortunately we are at capacity and are unable take any additional reservations or allow walk ins for this event. Thank you for your cooperation and for understanding.
Topic: Customer Service
Speaker: Monica Kauffman Pearson
February 15, 2018
Monica Kaufman Pearson retired on July 25, 2012 after anchoring thirty seven years on WSB-TV. She joined the Channel 2 Action News staff in August, 1975 as Atlanta's first woman and first minority to anchor the 6 p.m. news and announced in Feb. 2012 that she would retire on July 25, 2012. Monica ended a run of more than 30 years as the Channel 2 Action News Nightbeat anchor in May 2011 when WSB-TV launched its 4 o'clock newscast. She has received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Atlanta University (now Clark Atlanta University) in 1986 and another from Oglethorpe University in 2007. In 2013, Monica received an Honorary Doctorate of Public Service from Young Harris College. She's also now a columnist for Southern Seasons magazine and has expanded into radio by hosting a program on Sundays from Noon to 2 p.m. on KISS 104.1, Atlanta's best R&B starting in January 2014.
This luncheon will be catered by: Affordable Events, LLC 2153 GA-155 N, McDonough, GA 30252 aeandmycatering.com Phone: (404) 909-5251
The discounted cost for this catered lunch for those who register and pay online is $12 for Chamber members and $20 for non-members. An additional charge of $3.00 will be applied for those who pay at the door. To cover catering costs, no-shows will be expected to make payment.
About our Sponsor:
The Southern Credit Union is a federally insured, non-profit financial cooperative that offers a complete range of banking services that well-informed consumers are seeking – but with a competitive edge for members. They generally charge less for loans and pay more for savings, so their members always get the most for their money.