May 24, 2017
After a bunch of rain, the early birds came out for coffee and fellowship. First to arrive was the old ballplayer, Dick Anderson.
The meeting was called to order by President Robert Sanberg with a ring of the bell and a moment of silence.
Our guests today were Spencer Smith and Davis Ellingson from the IT staffing firm of Signature Consultants.
Our honorary members in attendance were Russ Bremner, Martin Peyer, and Mark Simon.
The annual golf outing is on June 19th this year, and it’s being held at Forest Hills Country Club. Please click here for the sign up sheet for your group of four! Make sure to contact Paul Ralles if you have door prizes to donate.
There will be NO MEETING next week.
Our meeting on June 28th will be held OFFSITE at the State Capital in St. Paul, hosted by Jim Erickson of Solomon Strategies Group for breakfast and a tour of the building.
LVC Companies is looking for field technicians.
This Week’s Craft Talk
Protect Painters provides interior and exterior painting for residential and commercial clients with non-union work crews. They pride themselves on doing the job right and on time for their customers. Many Breakfast Club members have used their services and Ed Crandall had photos of a number of the jobs they have completed.
Register with Ed Crandall for next week’s Pot of Gold or to contact him for your painting needs by phone at (612) 860-5417 or via e-mail to: email@example.com.
We had a great business exchange this week, with the following members being thanked: Zip Printing, Knollwood Liquor, Staples Advantage, Armor Mechanical, Coldwell Banker Commercial-Griffin, Coldwell Banker Burnet, and Berger Transfer and Storage.
Table Introductions were made at Table #6 by J.N Johnson Fire and Safety and at Table #8 by Shreffler Law.
This week’s Pot of Gold was drawn by Sean Merkel and our winner was Robbie Danko of LVC Companies!
Our Craft Talk speaker today was Ed Crandall of Protect Painters, introduced by Sean Merkel of Summit Companies.
There will be NO MEETING next week. Our next meeting will be held June 7, onsite at The Woman’s Club. Our Craft Talk speaker will be Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels.