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wanting to network, meeting new friends and learn of new trends or
new restaurant buzz in around the city.
Looking to establish a circle of friends in the hospitality business in around SF bay area.
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Getting the word out that you need VC for a start up is difficult. I think a classified ad in a trade newspaper may help you. That was a shameless plug for my newspapers, but I'm not sorry for it. We cover Florida and Texas each month and as you know they are among the top four states for foodservice and people investing in restaurants. Lots of money from retiement and business investments. Please visit www.trnusa.com to view an example of the publications. If I can be of any help contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
hi Larry, thanks for the note, nice to meet you on the fohboh,
you certainly have an impressive industry experiences, let's keep in touch, I am sure we can exchange great stories and business ideas down the road, thanks,
I am always looking for new people to network with. Please ask me any questions you might have or just leave a comment for me anytime. If you have any clients that might need assistance with a POS sytems please let me know.
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