National Eagles and Angels Next Chapter Meeting in California at Montage Beverly Hills July 23, 2013
07/04/2013

The National Eagles and Angels Association (NEAA), a nationwide alliance of individual and angel investors, today announced that their next national chapter meeting would be held in Beverly Hills, California at Montage Beverly Hills.

Online PR News – 04-July-2013 – Houston, TX – The National Eagles and Angels Association (NEAA), a nationwide alliance of individual and angel investors, today announced that their next national chapter meeting would be held in Beverly Hills, CA at the Montage Beverly Hills.

We are focused on helping educate our members on wise opportunities in any sector that may have market beating potential!

The NEAA is a nationwide alliance of investors, traders, entrepreneurs and business angels each seeking the high percentage of profits that are commensurate with successful investment in entrepreneurial growth companies.

Improve your companies brand and credibility by raising awareness face to face and form the relationships you need to move your business forward.

MEETING ITINERARY:
11:30am-12:00pm – Registration
12:00pm – Presentations and Lunch Begin
5:00pm – 7:00pm – Cocktail reception for members and guests. Location TBD.
RSVP: Rita@jarkesy.com or 832-663-2688

Representatives of the media are cordially invited to attend but must RSVP to Rita@Jarkesy.com or 832-663-2688.

More about National Eagle and Angel Association (NEAA)
The NEAA is a group of accredited investors and business angels, dedicated to the be the voice of the small business investor through advocacy on Main Street, Wall Street, and on Capitol Hill. (Approximately 2000 members nationwide, that meet quarterly.) By promoting the current plight of the small business investor, we seek to support them in their efforts to help grow business in the United States and increase job growth. NEAA believes in supporting the small business owner the individual investor, and in creating the awareness for entrepreneurial growth companies to raise the capital they need to grow.