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Color of Business networking event

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Got something to do Friday, March 7, 2014 in Chicago? Whether you have an event or not, the Color of Business is a "not to miss" event going on in Chicago. The signature event for CEO and Visionary Planner, Monica A. Neal, of M Productions, will focus on exchanging business ideas, networking and collaborating for business success. Ms. Neal, who has a heart and passion for serving and helping others, started the event as a way of bringing others together to excel at business. Additionally, they will be collecting shoes and boots for children in need.

What: Color of Business event

When: March 7, 2014

Time: 7:00pm- 11:00pm CST

Where: BridgePort Art Center

1200 West 35th Street

Chicago, IL 60609

Price: $25

You can still purchase tickets here!!

About M Productions

M Productions is a boutique event planning firm that offers a full scale of services targeted to health, education, sports, food and business initiatives. The CEO and Visionary Planner, Monica A. Neal, has a heart and passion for serving others and helping them bring their visions for their events to life.

If you attend this event, let me know how you enjoyed yourself and your business could be featured in this column! Share with me on twitter @dawgelene or facebook /DrDawj

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