WALDOBORO — April 24, at 6 p.m., the Waldoboro Business Association will conduct its next meeting at Odd Alewives Farm Brewery.
The Waldoboro Business Association recently sent out an email survey to all its contacts.
“The WBA really cares about supporting the Waldoboro area businesses the best way possible, and your responses help,” said WBA, in a news release. “If your business hasn’t filled it out yet, you can do so by going to this link: https://forms.gle/1yDqsm9rU5WchN5t7 or come to the meeting to fill out a paper version.”
In addition to rotating the meeting locations, the WBA Board has also decided to share responsibility in running the meetings. They are exploring different meeting formats to keep things fresh and interesting.
The newest WBA Board member, Sarah McNeil will be leading the April meeting at the brewery and she plans to limit the duration to one hour. During the first half of the meeting McNeil will set aside time for attendees to complete the survey and for special announcements from WBA members.
Those who have already completed the survey, are encouraged to use that first half hour to socialize and enjoy on-the-house offerings of Odd Alewives brews.
During the second half hour McNeil will organize attendees into small groups to brainstorm several of the topics that have thus far emerged from survey responses.
The WBA Board will present the final survey results at a future meeting after tabulating all the information from surveys submitted prior to and during the April meeting. It is the goal of the WBA to collect as much survey information as possible.
“You can plan on having a lot of fun at this meeting,” said WBA, in a news release.
The meeting always opens with a chance for everyone to chat with each other and enjoy some light refreshments.
For more information about the WBA and its April meeting or any other matters, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Waldoboro Business Association was created to develop a working network of local area businesses and to promote and encourage business growth in order to strengthen and support the local Waldoboro community and its economy.