Revive After Five - The Observer

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Name: Revive After Five - The Observer
Date: March 21, 2019
Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Held on the third Thursday of every month. Members can meet, exchange business cards, and network in a relaxed and informal setting at a member business location. All while enjoying Tycoga wine, domestic and craft beer, provided by The Observer! 
Location:
The Observer
512 7th St.
DeWitt, IA 52742
Date/Time Information:
Come anytime between 5-7pm to this open house style networking event!
Door Prize drawings will take place exactly at 6 pm! The Observer has 3 awesome Door Prizes to give out: 1 FULL PAGE Color ad, value of $631. 1 HALF PAGE color ad, value of $448 and 1 YEAR Subscription, value of $48! 
See what you would look like on the front page of The Observer with a Photo Booth available during the event! 
Contact Information:
Molly Goettsch, Program & Events Coordinator
Fees/Admission:
FREE to all DCDC Members at the Friend, Partner and Investor level. Associate members and "Not Yet Members" are free at their first Revive, every Revive after that there will be a $10 fee.
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