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Nolensville Area Business Council quarterly meeting set for Thursday

The Nolensville Area Business Council quarterly meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Nolensville Town Hall, located at 7218 Nolensville Road. The meeting will feature a panel of local business leaders, including:
Darlene Bobo of Butterfly Meadows Inn & Farm
Darlene's varied background as an event planner, business owner, educator, writer and public speaker brings many talents to her role as innkeeper at Butterfly Meadows Inn & Farm. Over 20 years ago, Darlene founded the B&B with her husband, Norman and their daughter Abigail. Darlene was also the owner and event planner of All About Weddings, Inc. for eight years.
Melissa Hall of Mama's Java
Melissa is the owner of Mama's Java Café in Nolensville. She opened the café four years ago with the idea of making it a coffee stop with no food and a dual drive thru. Now, four years later, the shop has a full service cafe with breakfast, lunch and brunch, with a drive thru and an added air roasted coffee company, MJ Roasting. She has been married to her husband Mark for 11 years and has four children.
Stephen Prince of Card Marketing Services
Stephen has almost 30 years of experience in the card processing business. He founded National Business Products in 1993 and focused the company's attention on finding innovative print solutions for the credit, debit and prepaid card industry. In 2006, the company started a rebranding process to become Card Marketing Services. Stephen graduated cum laude from NC State University with a degree in English. He and his wife of 29 years, Carol, have three grown children and reside in Brentwood.
Lunch will be provided by Martin's Barbecue.

Posted on: 1/13/2014


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