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Okolona Business & Professional Association
June, 2015 Print E-mail

Okolona Business & Professional Association

June's Breakfast Sponsor:

Dr. James and Mrs. Jane Ramsey

Thursday, June 25, 2015 7:30am-9:00am

Hot Breakfast Catered by The Tumbleweed with GanoLife Coffee

Doors Open at 7 AM for Serious Networkers and Coffee!

Okolona Firehouse #1 – Community Room Upstairs – 8501 Preston Highway (40219)

Our Invited Speaker:

Brent Fryrear, Director of the Partnership for a Green City

What Exactly Is Sustainability? And Why It Matters.

Brent Fryrear is the director of the Partnership for a Green City, a sustainability collaboration of Louisville Metro government, Jefferson County Public Schools, Jefferson Community & Technical College and the University of Louisville. As public partners, we work toward being good stewards of the environment and the taxpayer’s dollars – while propelling Louisville to Green City Status.

This partnership provides robust opportunities for research and demonstration projects across a variety of areas, including energy use, green infrastructure, transportation, waste, purchasing, engaging students and behavior change.

Brent has more than 27 years in the environmental field in consulting, industry, government and higher education with the past 19 years focused primarily on pollution prevention and sustainability issues. He is a published author and an active presenter at conferences around the country.

Many people want to do something that helps the environment and often only think about recycling, which is important, however, there is so much more to contributing to the initiatives of becoming more sustainable. Brent Fryrear is a tremendous speaker and you will enjoy learning, laughing, and having some tangible and practical ideas that you can implement at home and at work. Together, we can all do something to make a difference in our community.

We will be taking a break for the summer, so we hope that you can attend our June 25th Breakfast and enjoy strengthening your relationships while meeting some new people and leave with knowledge of why it matters that Louisville is a city leading by example with engaging our citizens and our community to become greener.

 

 
Renewal Print E-mail

Renew your 2015 Membership dues today.


Benefits of Membership


Renewal dues for 2015 is $150 and includes:

  • Affinity programs offering discounts to the members.
  • A membership website directory listing with business name, address, contact name and phone number.
  • Monthly e-mailed newsletters with the latest area developments and business news. Recognition of all new business members.
  • 10 monthly meetings with the opportunity to network with fellow businesses.


The Association sponsors several community events throughout the year including Light Up Okolona and FACE-2FACE events. We also support the Lone Oak Park at the corner of Preston and Outer Loop and area beautification efforts.

Whether you have started a new business or have been here for years, membership in the Okolona Business & Professional Association will give you the opportunity to be involved and stay informed of area business growth.

Renew today by using the below link.

 
Meeting pictures Print E-mail

 

Courtesy of Kat Baker & Eric Link

On-line meeting pictures-

 

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Welcome Print E-mail

The Okolona Business & Professional Association, Inc is a non-profit organization.  Think of it as a Chamber of Commerce for small and large businesses alike, formed for the following purposes:

  • To build community pride through the development and maintenance of Lone Oak Park at the corner of Preston Highway and Outer Loop, the gateway to Okolona.
  • To provide a forum for regular meetings to encourage networking between member businesses.
  • To improve the business climate in the Okolona community by listening to the concerns of the business and professional community, and to have those concerns heard by the appropriate city officials.
  • To promote and encourage the beautification of the community and surrounding areas.
  • To encourage the particitpation of all members of the Association in their civic duties as business leaders.
  • To provide added value programs and discounts to our members through Affinity programs.

The Okolona area is experiencing new growth and development. Today, it is more important than ever to build a strong business organization that works together to improve our community.

If you are interested in joining, but have more questions, please call Amy Streible, Business Development Manager, at (502) 439-5633 or e-mail : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

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