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“Reinventing and rebranding a home business”

Thursday, April 20, 2017, 6-9 pm

The speaker at the area-wide Association of Home Businesses at its April 20 meeting will be Bob Strong – “Bob the Handyman” – licensed contractor and KXL Radio personality, who will tell how he redirected and focused his home business profitably, with tips for other home businesspeople on how to get a new business up and running. His business, EnviroTest, does professional testing for asbestos and lead-based paint. While he still does serve homeowners, the new business primarily serves small contractors and remodelers in the Portland metro and southwest Washington area. He’ll also share tips on locating new target markets for your home-based business that you may not have considered! Bob is an AHB member, and a resident of the Woodstock neighborhood.

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MEETING TIME
6:00---Networking
6:30---Dinner
6:50---Attendee Introductions and AHB Business
7:15---Presentation
8:30---Mingling
9:00---Meeting ends
Meeting Details

MEETING PLACE
We meet at the S.M.I.L.E. Station, 8210 S.E. 13th Ave, in Sellwood. Map to AHB.

COST and RSVP
Meeting cost is $10 at the door, cash or check. First-time guests pay $10, the same as members. We encourage you to come and experience an AHB meeting. Please RSVP our President, Eric Norberg, at 503-232-2326, or email him. We buy food according to attendance. Thank you.

MAILING LIST
If you'd like to be added to AHB's meeting announcement mailing list, please provide your name and email address to Eric. We only use your email for this purpose and don't sell or provide your information to anyone.

MEMBERS and MEMBERSHIP
Our members provide a gamut of goods and services. See AHB Members. AHB costs $36 a year to join, which entitles you to the members' dinner meeting rate of $10, our free members-only picnic, a listing on our website, and multiple intangibles. Call Eric at 503-232-2326 to learn more.

AHB is a nonprofit organization for home business owners. We're based in Portland, Oregon, founded in 1992. We're governed by bylaws and have a Board and Officers.