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Women entrepreneurs choose their own adventures at Build Your Own Betty event

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"Choose Your Own Adventure" is the theme of any woman entrepreneur's life, and at the Business Betties' March 11 Build Your Own Betty event, announced today in a press release emailed to the Springfield Entrepreneurship Examiner, Feb. 26, women entrepreneurs will get to choose their own marketing and pampering adventures in a relaxed setting.

Officially announced in a press released emailed to the Springfield Entrepreneurship Examiner, the Build Your Own Betty event is hosted by a bevy of local entrepreneurs, including Suzanne Larocque and Allison Biggs of Business Betties, Leanne Sedlak of SkinCatering, Angela Lussier of the BrunoFox Group and Bonnie Aunchman of Aunchman Style.

The event will be held on March 11, 2014 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at SkinCatering in Tower Square, Springfield. Participants in the Build Your Own Betty event can choose a general admission ticket for $10, a VIP ticket for $175, or select services a la carte from a range of options geared toward helping women entrepreneurs put their best feet forward. Services include a branding mini-session, headshot, styling and more.

Build Your Own Betty also offers women entrepreneurs the chance to network in a relaxed environment while enjoying catered treats. “All of our businesses cater to professional women, and we know which services they ask for most. This event puts everything under one roof at a special discounted event price paired with champagne and hors d’oeuvres. It’s a great opportunity to get to know our businesses while also meeting other like-minded women,” said Angela Lussier of the BrunoFox Group in the emailed press release.

Pre-registration is encouraged, as a limited number of slots are available. For more information, visit



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