Chocolate Blues and Business Networking Festival Continues to be the Number One Business Networking Event in Middle Tennessee

Nashville, TN, October 11, 2012 --( Chocolate Blues and Business Networking Festival Returns to the Factory of Franklin on October 25th from 11 to 5 and continues the tradition of being Middle Tennessee’s highest attended networking event.

Know as, "Chocolate Blues," the giant business to business networking event brings hundreds of business owners and professionals together for the one day networking festival. The event features a business expo, open networking, door prizes, ice breakers, networking games, on the spot appointment setting, round table workshops, a giant business card exchange, business coaching, brainstorming circles, book signings, media mixers, blues background music and of course, chocolate.

Chocolate Blues is the most successful and longest running networking events in the country and brings every type and size of local business to the festival. “Our business has grown significantly because we became a vendor at Chocolate Blues. The event attracts a variety of business professionals which allows me to better serve Middle Tennessee,” said Adrian Larrea of Synd It Global.

Chocolate Blues and Business Networking Festival are in its 9th year and currently in over 60 Cities including: Dallas, Houston, Pittsburg, Tampa, Las Vegas, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Denver, Memphis ands. Louis. Their last event in January attracted over 800 business professionals from all over Middle Tennessee.

Vendors showcase their products and services, hand out literature, book appointments, sell products and meet qualified prospects. Vendor space is brand exclusive and includes table, 2 chairs, WIFI, electricity (limited quantity available), 20 printed admission tickets to sell or share, and digital VIP pass granting free admission to their customers, clients and customers. Vendor space is kept low at just $200 allowing every size business to showcase their business.

Jay NaPier of Visalus Sciences said, “Attending the event allows you to do 6 to 8 weeks of work in just a few hours. You can stay all day like the Power Networkers or come and go as your day allows. Either way its time well spent.”

Admittance to the event is just $10 at the door. Attendees should bring 300 to 500 business cards along with their appointment calendar so they can schedule one on one appointment with professionals they meet at the festival. Attendees typically create long term relationships that allow for new business, key referral partners, and maximize exposure in the business community.

October 25th
the Factory of Franklin in Jamison Hall
11AM to 5PM

For more information about Chocolate Blues and Business Networking Festival, contact Regina Hoover, Tennessee and Kentucky Area Director.

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Regina Hoover
Chocolate Blues and Business Networking Festival

About Regina Hoover

Regina Hoover is a 7 year veteran of business networking with over 4 of those years in a leadership role. She built a successful real estate appraisal practice by word of mouth marketing and understands the unique challenges business owners face when networking. She is known as the go-to expert in business to business networking, has been featured in national business magazines, such as Be The Boss Magazine (published by Shelly Rice), as well as being featured in two books on effective networking.
Chocolate Blues and Business Networking Festival
Regina Hoover