The Lexington Business Association
This group will provide a positive, supportive environment for business professionals who wish to further their business and build valuable relationships through word of mouth marketing and constructive networking.

The definition of “Networking” is to interact or engage in informal communication with others for mutual assistance or support.

Networking requires Commitment. The most successful networks require participants who are committed to helping one another grow their businesses. They are a team. To build a successful network, each participant is responsible for complying with the guidelines established by this organization.

  1. The weekly meetings will last approximately 1 hour, beginning at 12 noon on Tuesdays. Members need to arrive on time and stay for the entire meeting. It is encouraged to come at 11:45am to network with other members.

  2. Only one person from each profession is permitted to join.

  3. Attendance is crucial. If you cannot attend a meeting, you may send a substitute or call someone in the group to inform them of your absence and pass on any leads you may have. Participants are allowed 6 absences every 6 months. More than this and you are subject to removal. Written notice will be given when 5 absences have occurred.

  4. Participants are expected to bring true referrals/leads and/or visitors to weekly meetings.

  5. Each participant will keep a card file with a supply of each member’s business cards to be given to referrals.

  6. Members are expected to dine during the meeting. We have the room for free with this understanding.
There is a fee of $15.00 per quarter or $60 per year and you pay for your lunch. Quarterly fees will be paid at the beginning of each quarter. Dues must be paid in a timely manner. Failure to pay dues is grounds for removal and your business category will be open for a new member.

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If you are looking to increase your sales potential, there is no better way to do so than by joining the LBA leads group. Whether you are a small company just getting started or a seasoned sales professional, referral sources can add great profits to your bottom line.
Lexington Business Association meets every Tuesday
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