LeTip of Redmond to host business-building mixer

LeTip of Redmond will be hosting a business-building mixer Tuesday, Jan. 19 from at 7 a.m. at the Redmond Family Pancake House, 17621 Redmond Way

The mixer is free to all area business professionals who are interested in finding out how LeTip can increase their business through qualified business leads.

“LeTip of Redmond has one focus,” said Doug deBruyn, Chapter President, “and that is to find and refer business for our members.”

deBruyn, a local mortgage planner, has been a member of LeTip since last August.

“LeTip has already increased my business 50 percent and we are still a relatively small but growing chapter. I know why members say, ‘LeTip puts dollars in your pocket,’ because it has done that for me.”

LeTip of Redmond, like all LeTip chapters, provides a structured, productive program to teach members the networking skills necessary to grow each other’s business. The program emphasizes building relationships, creating alliances and developing public speaking skills, all of which empower members and help create a successful business environment.

For more information, call Teresa Herrin at (425) 557-8667 or Doug deBruyn at (425) 214-3458.




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