Press Release: Each One Reach One Gains National Attention

This is NO ORDINARY Networking Dinner

WHAT: Each One Reach One celebrates 10 years of networking inside the iconic Forbes Theater

WHEN: Wednesday, March 11th, 5-9pm

WHERE: Forbes Theater at 500 Pearl, Downtown Buffalo

Each One Reach One Gains National Attention

Celebrating a decade of supporting the spirit of entrepreneurship and the power of women in business

45 YEARS AGO, a group of a dozen like-minded businesswomen created a professional community to further and strengthen their entrepreneurial interests. They formed NAWBO, the National Association of Women Business Owners.

TEN YEARS AGO, a group of Buffalo businesswomen created an innovative event that has connected hundreds of business owners from across the Western New York area for an amazing evening of networking.

“Every year, new connections are made, relationships are born, and leaders are created,” says Paula D’Amico President Elect NAWBO Buffalo-Niagara Chapter and organizer of Each One Reach One.

On March 11th, our innovative progressive dinner, kicks off with a POWER HOUR of networking. Women will be mixing and mingling with some of WNY’s leading female movers and shakers.

Among our guests, Jill Calabrese Bain, National Managing Director for Bank of America.

And our celebrity Emcee WKBW-TV News Anchor Ashley Rowe.

In addition, NAWBO Buffalo-Niagara is showing its support for our Next Gen of women leaders.

We will have several young ladies representing schools from across the area including: Grand Island High School, City Honors, Kenmore East, and the Buffalo Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts.

Local recording artist and Buffalo Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts teacher/alumni Fragrance of YAH Records also be performing.

The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide. Chartered in 1994, NAWBO Buffalo Niagara is the premier organization for all women business owners in Western New York