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The Austin Weekly News and Wednesday Journal invite you to an exciting evening of networking, light refreshments, and a raffle! Plus, live entertainment by artists assembled by Local-Motions Performing Arts Organization, a non-profit dedicated to the promotion of performance arts among school-aged children in Chicago. The event is FREE to attend, although RSVP is REQUIRED! RSVP here on eventbrite and you'll get two FREE RAFFLE TICKETS that you can pick up at Check-In on event day.
Last year over 250 local residents, business owners, and even some government officials came out to enjoy this fun night. Raffle tickets can be purchased with CASH ONLY and you must be present to win.
Just SOME of the many amazing raffle prizes you'll have the chance to win:
- Package of passes, including skate rental, to Fleetwood Skating Rink. Go roller skating with family or friends!
- Family Membership for 2 adults and up to 4 children, good for one year at Wonder Works Children's Museum ($85 value)
- $100 off the Tax Prep fee with Excel Bookkeeping & Tax Service
- $50 gift card to Winberie's Restaurant & Bar in Oak Park, IL
Enjoy a "Taste of Local Eats,"
a buffet of culinary creations from local businesses.
Find out about a particular sponsor or donor by visiting their website (in alphabetical order):
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Austin Weekly News' West Side Business Network
The West Side Business Network (WSBN) began in 2013 when the Austin Weekly News saw the need to provide networking opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs on Chicago's Greater West Side, bridging the gap between the city and near west suburbs. It's been 3 years now, and we've been remarkably successful with well over 900 community members and partners in our network. The WSBN is FREE to join and includes many benefits, such as advertising rates exclusive to members, the inclusion of an informational flyer about an event or services in our weekly WSBN Update email that goes to thousands of locals, and more!
Austin Weekly News is own by Wednesday Journal, Inc.