Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network to Host Veteran Business Networking Event

Veteran Business Network Event is open to veterans and those who belong to organizations that support troops and veterans.

Online PR News – 08-October-2012 – Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia, PA, October 08, 2012 -- The Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network, in partnership with the Navy League of Philadelphia, the West Point Society of Philadelphia, and the Liberty USO Young Professionals is hosting the Veteran Business Network Event at the Sugar House Casino in Philadelphia on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. Tickets are $25 in advance, or $35 at the door, and there will be a cash bar with complimentary hors d'oevres. The event is being sponsored by M&T Bank.

Active Duty, Guard and Reservists are welcome, as are organizations that support the t14352-Paulroops or veterans. This is a good opportunity to grow your veteran network, to meet and greet other veteran business professionals and veteran business owners.

Bob Desousa, State Director for Senator Toomey, will award recognition for individuals and companies who have helped veterans. Enter the raffle to win a free tour of the Capitol and White House.

All ticket sale proceeds will be shared among the military and nonprofit organizations partnering for the event. To register or get more information visit the Veteran Business Network Event page.

Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network (GPVN):
Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network (GPVN) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose primary mission is three-fold: to help veterans find work through career services programs/initiatives, mentorships and networking; to offer veteran entrepreneurship programs; and to educate employers in the greater Philadelphia area on the "business sense" of hiring Veterans. GPVN also offers Veteran Business Networking Events and Vet to Vet Volunteering opportunities. For more information visit

Alex Archawski
Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network
93 Old York Rd
Suite 1 #710
Jenkintown, PA 19046