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The Breakfast Club of Minneapolis: Mini Craft Talks

July 18, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

6:30-7:15 AM    Business Networking

7:15-7:45 AM    Breakfast

7:45- 8:00 AM   Announcements & Business Exchange

8:00-8:20 AM    Craft Talk/Presentation

8:20-8:30 AM    Conclusion

About Our Craft Talk Presenter:

We will have the pleasure of hearing from several club members in a mini-craft talk format.  Please review the below and seek guests that might find value in these craft talks and bring them!

Our Vice President Goodwyne has just been nominated by me to be the “time clock keeper”.  Please join us as we hear the latest updates and possible referral opportunities to:

AAA Minneapolis

I will reiterate with a little “show and tell” some of the locally hosted groups we send right from the Twin Cities, but also a few of our International programs we have group space on, and suggest that if we can get 16 people on any of these – we can send a local host as well.  We have some outstanding itineraries (Ireland! Italy! Portugal!  Britain!)  to showcase in Europe- and one in Peru.

Renata Faeth, CTC

Sales and Operations Manager, Travel Services

MidWestOne Bank

Moving cash has never been easier!!  Even though we offer cookies in our branch on Fridays – my goal is to not see my customers coming into the bank.  With today’s technology – electronic methods of moving money are not just for large multi-national companies.

Neil Roers
Vice President, Commercial Banking

MidWestOne Bank

LVC Companies

The advancing changes in personal technology and communication technology are rapidly changing, and yet one of the most critical systems in buildings today, the fire alarm system, runs on seemingly outdated communication technology.  The reason is that it needs to be highly reliable and new communication protocols have connectivity limitations.  The challenge today becomes modernizing the technology behind the systems while maintaining reliability and system integrity.  We will talk about how the fire alarm industry is adapting to keep our equipment modern and reliable.

Robbie  Danko              Dave Goodwyne

Marketing Manager


Staples—Take advantage of all that Staples has to offer!!

3 Takeaways

  1. Make sure you have registered your credit card to receive “Breakfast Club” pricing in any of the Staples Retail stores and that you have an online Staples Advantage  Account.
  2. If you need an Ergonomic Office Chair—the Staples Workplace 500 is your best bet!–$295.00 delivered
  3. No Minimum order- free delivery—case of copy paper ( item # 234791 ) $32.49/case of 5,000 sheets—10 rms of 500 sheets

Jim Christianson

Strategic Account Leader

Staples Business Advantage


Don’t let the suspense keep you awake at night, this is a must hear…

Matthew L. Crane, CPA, MBA

Medical Weight Management Centers

Don’t let the suspense keep you awake at night, this is a must hear…

Karen Holtmeier, MPH


Guests are invited to attend up to 2 (two) times for free to determine if the club and the members are a good fit. The fee for membership in the Breakfast Club of Minneapolis is $99 per month and is due upon receipt of the monthly invoice. There is a one-time entry fee of $100.

More information about the club and membership, along with current members and weekly blog posts can be found on our website.


July 18, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm


The Edina Country Club
5100 Wooddale Ave
Edina, MN 55424
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