A warm spring morning to be up and about. Dick Anderson was the early bird searching for company.
President Robert Sanberg rang the bell to start the meeting with a moment of silence.
Our honorary member in attendance was Martin Peyer.
Please make sure to get your sheets into Chuck Shreffler before Sunday, so you can determine your powers of Oscar winning deduction!
Carey Limousine is in need of corporate drivers, Marketplace Home Mortgage is looking for a loan officer assistant coordinator who lives in the northern suburbs, and Low Voltage Contractors is in need of field technicians.
This Week’s Craft Talk
Shreffler Law is a trusted litigation practice for clients throughout the Twin Cities area. My mission has always been to deliver effective and cost-effective legal advocacy. In litigation, the key to success is preparation. There is an old Latin saying, “If you want peace, prepare for war.” In litigation, that means being ready for trial. One of the most important parts of that preparation is respect. That means giving each client personalized attention, promptly responding to emails and phone calls. It also means treating the opposing parties and their attorneys with respect.
Please register for the Pot of Gold with Chuck via email at email@example.com, by phone at 612-872-8000, or stop in for a meeting and to see his craftsmanship.
It was a great business exchange as always, with the following members being thanked: AAA Minneapolis, D.J. Kranz Co., Low Voltage Contractors, Coldwell Banker-Burnet, Solomon Strategies Group, Coldwell Banker Commercial-Griffin, Medical Weight Management Center, and Norcostco.
Table Introductions were made at Table #4 by House Lift Remodeler who shared their best storm stories, and at Table #9 by Toshiba Business Solutions who shared their thoughts on the Sunday liquor bill. They voted four for yes and one for no. The club vote was roughly 50/50.
The Pot of Gold was drawn by Erik Schindler and won by Julius Webster of D.J. Kranz Co.
Our Craft Talk speaker today, Chuck Shreffler of Shreffler Law, was introduced by Erik Schindler of Norcostco.
Our next meeting will be held onsite at The Woman’s Club. Our Craft Talk speaker will be Armor Mechanical. Table introductions will be made at Table #2 by AAA Minneapolis and at Table #8 by Marketplace Home Mortgage.