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Weeklong Networking Event Hosted by The Southside Business Men’s Club

The Southside Business Men’s Club invites area professionals to conduct business and network with each other in local restaurants throughout Jacksonville in a weeklong affair.

Jacksonville, FL – From November 16th through the 21st, Jacksonville’s oldest business and civic organization, the Southside Business Men’s Club will be hosting various networking events throughout the city. Local business men and women are invited to network, conduct business, or even just discuss their business with other professionals while enjoying food and drink at different restaurants in the Jacksonville area. The itinerary for the events is as follows:

Monday, November 16th from 6pm-9pm – Join SBMC members at Sneakers on 9A and Baymeadows for Monday Night Football, drinks, and networking. All attendants will receive a free drink.

Tuesday, November 17th from 6pm-9pm – Join SBMC members at The Grape Wine Bar at St. John’s Town Center for Salsa dancing, drinks, and networking. All attendants will receive a free drink.

Wednesday, November 18th from 12pm-1:30pm – Join SBMC members for their weekly lunch meeting at San Jose Golf & Country Club.

Thursday, November 19th from 6pm-9pm – Join SBMC members at Square One in San Marco for drinks and more networking. All attendants will receive a free drink.

Friday, November 20th from 6pm-9pm – Join SBMC members at Aroma’s Cigar bar in Southside for cigars, drinks, and networking. All attendants will receive a free drink.

Saturday, November 21st from 12pm-9pm – Join SBMC members at St. John’s Town Center for the annual lighting of the Christmas tree. The SBMC will have two beer gardens set up for networking throughout the day.

If you would like more information about the events throughout the week, or additional information about the Southside Business Men’s Club, visit www.southsidebusinessmensclub.com or call (904) 369-5559 (904) 369-5559 .

The Southside Business Men’s Club is Jacksonville’s oldest business and civic organization, founded in 1932. The club is an organization of business men and women that are interested in the betterment of the Southside, its members, business and the community as a whole. The youth of Jacksonville has long been a targeted beneficiary of the club. One of the club’s proudest accomplishments was exceeding $100,000 in the SBMC Charities Fund, which is used to provide scholarships to eligible students from Jacksonville’s Southside.

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