Are you sick of wasting your time promoting your business and seeing no results? Join us for our three-week marketing course where you can learn how to effectively promote your business using budget-friendly marketing tactics with-in your own community and online. This course is designed to empower, energize and give you the right tools so you can focus on whats important - running your own business! Takeaways Include: - Business Analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats - Branding review and guidance - Better understand who your core consumers are and how to communicate with them effectively - How to use grassroots & online marketing to grow your business - Developing the RIGHT marketing processes that will save you time Class Times & Location: Dates: August 16, 23 and 30 (three Tuesday's) Time: 12-1:30pm (Three 90-minute sessions) Location: WorkBar - 1167 Massachusettes Ave, Arlington, MA SPACE IS LIMITED - RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY! Thank you! Visit our website to learn more about who we are and what we do!
Are you having trouble controlling the way you eat? Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous, (FA), is a recovery program for people who suffer from food obsession, overeating, bulimia and under-eating. The program is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Everyone is welcome at meetings, including those who think they may have a food problem or those who are concerned about someone who may. FA is open to all men, women and teens who want to stop eating addictively. There is a weekly meeting Wednesday nights at 7pm at the Fidelity House at 25 Medford St. in Arlington Center. For a list of regular weekly meetings in the Arlington area, visit foodaddicts.org.
When: Aug 31, 2016 7pm to Aug 31, 2016 8:30PMin Arlington, MA
Arlington, MA local information about the Town of Arlington and the local businesses and events. Arlington Massachusetts was founded over 350 years ago and remains proud of its history throughout its growth into a modern community. Arlington is the birthplace of Uncle Sam and the location of the first children's library.
Arlington has preserved many of its historical buildings and its town common which was the site of most of the fighting when the British marched through as they returned from the Old North Bridge at the beginning of the Revolutionary War.
Arlington was once a thriving mill and agricultural town but now hosts commercial development centers. Its access to Metropolitan Boston has made it a very desirable place to live and its diverse population has demanded good schools and recreation facilities which together have made Arlington very attractive to families.