Rochester Area Republican Club welcomes Greg Doyle for their March meeting
MARCH 5, 2014 BY SARAH HOVIS LEAVE A COMMENT
The Rochester Area Republican Club is having its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, March 6 and is pleased to welcome guest speaker, Greg Doyle from Oakland County’s One Stop Shop.
Greg will discuss how you can start a business in Oakland County and get help to keep your current business successful. As part of the Oakland County Economic Department, Greg oversees the One Stop Shop, which provides customized business solutions to help local existing businesses grow. It also assists startup and new businesses owners evaluate the feasibility of their businesses ideas.
The One Stop Shop also provides general business counseling and problem resolution, critiques business and marketing plans and assists business owners with cash flow budgeting. Its specialties are Franchising and Human Resources.
Please join to us on Thursday, March 6 for a Meet and Greet starting at 6:30 p.m., followed by our meeting from 7:00 until 9:00 p.m. at the WestWynd Golf Course Grill located at 4161 N. Adams Road in Oakland Township. (East side of Adams Road between Silver Bell and W. Gunn Roads)
Come early to WestWynd Grill and enjoy dinner prior to the meeting.
In addition to our meeting, secretary Theresa Mungioli will have Precinct Delegate forms there for anyone who wants to sign up to run as Precinct Delegate. The filing deadline in May is coming up fast, so get involved and be part of the winning team!
And if you can’t come, please let Theresa Mungioli or Sue Douglas know if you are running as a Precinct Delegate again and Theresa will get you the form.
2014 Meeting Dates: Thursday, April 3 & Thursday, May 1
Candidate Nights: Thursday, June 5 & Wednesday, September 17
RARC Officers for 2014
Sue Ann Douglas
Rose Marie Millush
“Don’t interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties. And not to Democrats alone do I make this appeal, but to all who love these great and true principles.”
Abraham Lincoln–August 27, 1856 Speech at Kalamazoo, Michigan