Connect.Inspire.Grow says C’est la Vie Summer and Hello Networking! August 30, 2013 Have you ever gone to a networking event and felt like there was something missing? You know – that warm and fuzzy feeling when you walk out of a great meeting? What’s the word… INSPIRATION. On Saturday August 31st, we have an event that will help you connect, get INSPIRED, and help you grow your network! Come say C’est la Vie Summer and check out Connect.Inspire.Grow’s hottest event of the year, hosted at The Underground from 9pm-11pm. Chicago is known for Inspiring entrepreneurs, and Connect.Inspire.Grow wants you to meet them. This event will be honoring local success stories including: Billy Dec, CEO & Founder of Rockit Ranch Productions and Emmy Award Winning Entertainment Contributor; Anderson Bell, Founder of FanFueled; George Daniels, Chicago Legend & Owner of George’s Music Room; Jen Knoedl, Online Video Personality and Executive Producer; and Whitney Reynolds, Host & Executive Producer at The Whitney Reynolds Show. This organization connects with a cause! The featured charity for Connect.Inspire.Grow’s C’est la Vie Summer event is The Christine Neuman-Affourtit Foundation. Margot Christine Neuman passed away after a long 7-year, 2 months, and a 7 day battle with breast cancer. Family, friends, & colleagues, founded CNAF to honor her memory, giving back to the community, creating breast cancer awareness, promoting early detection, focusing on healthy life choices, teaching proper nutrition, & to end breast cancer that eventually took her life. As a loving mother, wife, coach, executive, volunteer, and mentor, Christine touched the lives of many and this foundation seeks to continue her legacy. Connect.Inspire.Grow events are known to sell out fast, so get your tickets today at www.connect2013.info and connect with 300+ guests! Watch the video from their most recent event: Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.