Wednesday, March 14, 2012

RSVP For Workshop ~ Thursday, March 15th

~Only a few slots left for our workshop with national retail consultant and small business expert, Margie Johnson.  Please respond by Thursday, 3/15 if you have not already done so.~

Low Budget High Impact Strategies
 Small Business Success

Wednesday, March 21st
5:30pm – 7:45pm

Historic Mar-Va Theater & Performing Arts Center

Program Sponsorship:
City of Pocomoke • Worcester County Office of Tourism • Downtown Pocomoke Association ~Main Street Berlin ~ PNC Bank

Admission fees:
Free to DPA members and Main Street Berlin members
$10 for Main Street programs & Chamber of Commerce members from:
Pocomoke Area, Berlin, Snow Hill, Princess Anne, & Eastern Shore Chambers

$15 for all others

Catered by Smith Island BabyCake Factory

RSVP DEADLINE for ALL: Thursday, March 15

Nationally recognized retail consultant, speaker and author Margie Johnson delivers a powerful workshop filled with innovative ideas to re-energize, re-strategize and re-think the way you compete! Margie has worked across the nation with hundreds of small business to grow their business. She has assisted Main Street success stories throughout the country, including our neighbors in Cambridge, Frederick and Berlin.

Since 1985, Margie's company, Shop Talk, has been providing consultation and research for the retail, hospitality and financial industries. Margie leveraged 24 years of growing the award-winning Galleon Esplanade shopping, restaurant and hotel complex in Nags Head, NC, to become one of the most sought-after retail consultants in the country.

Margie has received recognition from the Fred Lazarus National Retail Federation Award, the North Carolina Employer of the Year Award, the 1998 Outstanding Woman of Hampton Roads and Who’s Who in America. She has represented the retail industry on WHRO Public Television and on NBC’s Today Show. Learn more about Margie at

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This would be a wonderful workshop for high schoolers to attend even. I know they aren't small business owners but knowledge is power. Any of them thinking of getting a business degree (and other degrees even) taking workshops like this could be a hugh help with writing papers.