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Cigar Bars - a great place to network

A lot of folks wonder what it is I've been doing and what has me on the road so much. The best way to describe what I'm doing these days is truly "business development" - helping my clients to develop and build their businesses and their offerings. One of the most recent endeavors involves the creation of a new non-profit entity that is focused on building sustainable communities around the world. In this new endeavor, we will work to implement mentor-protégé programs, providing training, counseling, and coaching to small businesses and individuals. We will offer these services to target a variety of industries in local communities, but we will have specific programs tailored to some of the up-and-coming industries including additive manufacturing and alternative and renewable fuels.

As part of all of my travels, I am always looking to network for opportunities to partner. One of the best places I have found to do this is indeed in cigar bars. I have made more connections sitting in cigar bars and enjoying cigars and scotch, bourbon, whiskey. wine, and other libations. It is one of the few locations where I know I can always make a new acquaintance.

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Mark Parnell on Wednesday, July 09, 2014 10:39 PM
Kirste, I enjoyed our conversation at Basin Street Lounge there in Alexandria. It really is true that cigar bars are a great place to network. The common love of finer things almost always leads into conversations about other parts of life that gives you insight into a person's unique story. I hope you you don't pass through Franklin without letting me know. Stogies has a a seat for you and great company. Safe travels.
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Omaha cigar company on Sunday, September 28, 2014 4:45 AM
Cigars have been an important part of American culture for many years. In the 19th century, cigar smoking was extremely common, while cigarettes were still comparatively rare.
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