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Please join us for an evening of networking!
The Business & Real Estate Industry Networking Group (BREIN) and the Young Real Estate Professionals of New York (YREPNY) are teaming up once again! Don’t miss this outstanding opportunity to network across multiple real estate service industries.
Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: Slate NY, 54 W 21st St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10010
- Drink Specials!
- Bring plenty of business cards!
- Complimentary appetizers!
As always, the Business & Real Estate Industry Networking Group prides itself for offering EASY, NO STRESS Networking! We are a friendly, welcoming group of residential and commercial real estate professionals and related industries. We have a very relaxed atmosphere which facilitates no stress networking.
Please attend if you are if you are an investor, developer, lender, broker, principal, attorney, property owner, architect, or other real estate related professional.
For more information on the Business & Real Estate Industry Networking Group (BREIN) please visit www.meetup.com/Business-and-Real-Estate-Industry-Networking-Group/
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Business & Real Estate Industry Networking Group
The Business & Real Estate Industry Networking Group is a very friendly group with many regular attendees. Get to know other professionals in an intimate and casual setting. JOIN this group if you are an entrepreneur, small or medium business owner, or involved in the real estate industry.
Check out what members are saying about Business & Real Estate Industry Networking (BREIN) Group:
"Great contacts! Gets better every time!" – Al
"Jill us very dedicated to this group regularly scheduling and hosting events in which real estate industry related professionals are able to meet and expand their resources." - Gabrielle Everett
"Great networking...." - Elliot Rose
"It is a great place to meet others in your field or related fields. Also you tend to get to know some of the people attending, and as a result people pass referrals back and forth to each other." - Kim Schnepper