Life After the Military: Transitioning Into the Civilian Workforce Panel & RecepName: Life After the Military: Transitioning Into the Civilian Workforce Panel & RecepDate: February 7, 2013Time: 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM ESTRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:
The Fayetteville Regional Chamber
Life After the Military: ?Transitioning Soldiers and Their Families from the Military to the Civilian Workforce? Panel Discussion and Networking Reception.
Join us as we hear from soldiers who have separated from military service and moved successfully to the civilian workforce and what they experienced during their transition.
Immediately following the panel discussion, you will have the unique opportunity to network and connect with the business leasers in our community who are committed to assisting transitioning solders on their path to success.
Community Support SponsorLocation:Embassy Suites Fayetteville/Fort Bragg
& Richard M. Wiggins Conference Center
4760 Lake Valley Drive
Fayetteville, NCDate/Time Information:1:00 - 5:00 PM
Networking Reception immediately followingContact Information:Toni Cunnigan-Dixon at 910-433-6767Fees/Admission:Free to attend.Set a Reminder:
The Impact of Supporting Local
By choosing to patronize locally owned establishments, you make a positive impact on our community in many ways. Here are just 5 of them:
- Environment - By buying things made closer to home, you’re cutting down on fossil fuel use, reducing your carbon impact and saving money.
- Local Economy - Local businesses buy more often from other local businesses, so the money you spend is retained in the community in a more concentrated fashion.
- Local Flavor - The experience at a local establishment is completely unique – providing the local flavor of the area
- Community Care - Local entrepreneurs are more connected to our community, because they live here, too. They are more likely than their non-local businesses to get involved in community efforts.
- Voicing Your Opinion - You are voting with your dollar to say, “Hey, I like this place and the neighborhood wouldn’t be the same without it.”