October 30th, 2014 12:00 AM
The West Side Business Network (WSBN) began in 2013 when the Austin Weekly News saw the need to provide networking opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs on Chicago's Greater West Side, bridging the gap between the city and near west suburbs. It's been a year now, and we've been remarkably successful with well over 500 community members and partners in our network.
Sample the fare from local restaurants and caterers! Refreshments generously donated by:
Starship Restaurant & Catering - Forest Park
Chicago's Home of Chicken & Waffles - Oak Park
Sergio's Place - Chicago
The West Side Business Network is hosting our 2nd Annual Holiday Party on Thursday, December 4th from 5pm-9pm at the Columbus Park Refectory at 5701 W. Jackson in Chicago. Come for networking, light refreshments, and live entertainment from artists assembled by Local-Motions Performing Arts Organization. The event is FREE and open to all local professionals, although RSVP is required:http://www.2ndwsbnholidayparty.eventbrite.com When you RSVP online, you'll get TWO free raffle tickets that you can pick up on the day of the event.
Last year over 250 local residents, business owners, and even some government officials came out to enjoy this fun night.
Looking to expand your business' reach across Chicago's West Side and western suburbs? Consider being a sponsor of the 2nd Annual West Side Business Network Holiday Party!
Benefits include a vendor table at the event, inclusion in ALL event promotions both in print and online, and more!
Contact Alicia if interested: (708) 613-3344 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for sponsorship commitments is November 13th.
Corporate: Gold = $1,000, Silver = $750, Bronze = $500
Small Business: Gold = $750, Silver = $500, Bronze =$275
Large Non-Profit: Gold = $1,000, Silver = $750, Bronze = $500
Small Non-Profit: Gold = $500, Silver = $300, Bronze = $150
Individual: Gold = $500, Silver = $250, Bronze = $100
Thank you to our sponsors and donors!
Garland Flowers will once again provide the centerpieces
Read about the 2013 Holiday Party: