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DBA's Weekly Publication:
Members shared about their business:
Lynn Hood: An interior freshen up may be what is needed for the holidays
Bob Sheeley: October 16th is 2016 tax deadline (except disaster counties)
Darrell Blank: Don’t wait until 2 weeks before Christmas to ship
Guy Smith: Currently litigating several trust document disputes
Joe Kboudi: Vinyl Planks are popular
Jim Poluikis: Flooded cars that weren’t insured won’t reflect as being totaled
Elaine Kollaja: Working on developing a DBA theme
Steve Meleleu: Premiums will be increasing due to recent disasters
Daniel Boor: His recent experiences in servicing the flood area was both heartbreaking and uplifting
Members discussed what’s new or what’s been going on in their business. Match the member with what he/she reported to the group:
Cassie Bledsoe: New safety features
Lynn Hood: Lessening of credit restrictions
Bruce Washington: Dive bombing mockingbirds
Michelle Kubitz: Assisting persons overwhelmed with finances
Darrell Blank: Increased graphic design and printing work
Guy Smith: Being able to assist without expectation of payment
Fred Badyna: Treating my “clients” like members of my family
Kelly Brookbank: De-clutter
Joe Kboudi: Adjusting to Dallas
Herb Ziev: Better breathing assists with tears
Karen Allen: Not enough inventory
Jim Poluikis: A CD and Annuity
Elaine Kollaja: Working with fellow member on large redo’s
Robin Hamm: Vinyl Planks are in.
Guy Smith provided a list of over 50 new laws to become effective in Texas this year. One such law that will impact Texas drivers is the ban on texting while operating a motor vehicle. House Bill 62, which took effect on September 1st, 2017, prohibits drivers on public roads from using a wireless communication device (i.e., a cell phone) to read, write, or send an electronic message while operating a motor vehicle. It only applies if you are actually driving, so texting while stopped is still okay. Other significant new laws were also discussed.
the Dallas Business Association, Inc.
Dallas Business Assocation (DBA)
A PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS NETWORKING GROUP
Established in 1973, the DBA is Dallas’ prestigious business networking association, representing outstanding business organizations.
Our longevity is attributed to the professionalism of our members and their commitment to each other. DBA’s value is evidenced by the fact that many of our members have been faithfully attending for in excess of 15 years. Building relationships and assisting others in growing their businesses is the key to our continuing success.
Learn more about our objectives, get to know our highly respected members, and tap into our dynamic business resource. Please visit our Membership section for additional information.
This Tuesday's Program (10/17/2017)
Do a 1 x 1 meeting with another member, someone you may not know as well as other members.
The Dallas Business Association meets every Tuesday (except for holiday weeks). Meetings are held at: Cafe de France, 17370 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252, (972) 733-3400
Meetings start with networking and breakfast at 7:30 a.m. This is followed by a program beginning at 7:45 a.m. The program is usually presented by a member, however, on occassion, a guest speaker that provides relevant and useful information to our members presents the program. We adjourn promptly at 8:30 a.m.
Learn more about our objectives. Get to know our highly respected members, and tap into our dynamic business resource. For additional information, call (972) 774-9000 or email our Executive Director, Guy Smith at: email@example.com
Each week DBA members voluntarily report the number of leads that they have received from other members and the number of leads given to fellow members. Additionally, DBA members voluntarily report the dollar amount of business given and received between members.
August 12, 2017 LEADS:
4 leads given. 5 leads received
$1,585 in business given. $1,185 in business received.
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