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June 17, 2015
●Breakout sessions to discuss how we can partner to promote Private Indian Business in Montana as an Alliance. Join a working group on: Business Resources, Business Finance or Infrastructure and Governance.
Space is limited,
Lunch, beverages and refreshments will be served. Please RSVP on or before June 10, 2015.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Sponsorship Opportunities are available for this event and the other 2015 MIBA Quarterly Summits, please contact Johnel for more information. Phone: 406-450-4822; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 MIBA Quarterly Summit Schedule
2015 Third Quarter Summit: September 2015: 10AM-3PM, Billings, Montana
The 2015 First Quarter Summit was a great success! We now have three working groups in progress:
MIBA Featured Business
Hi I am Melissa Clark (Lissie), proud owner of Lissie's Luv Yums, a gourmet dog biscuit business located in Great Falls, Montana. I am a Gros Ventre Assiniboine Native American from the Fort Belknap Reservation. Lissie's Luv Yums all natural gourmet dog biscuit business is at a very exciting place in development as we have outlets for our products and receive orders from across the country. In 1996 I graduated from CMR High School and from Secondary Life Skills in 1998 as I am one of the first diagnosed children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) in the state of Montana. With your help and support you fight FAS with each purchase of our Montana made all natural gourmet dog treats. For additional information please call 406-453-2531 or visit Lissie's Luv Yums online.
June 17, 2015
Montana Indian Business Alliance Quarterly Summit
Breakout sessions to discuss how we can partner to promote Private Indian Business in Montana as an Alliance. Join a working group on: Business Resources, Business Finance or Infrastructure and Governance.
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