Greater Reading Economic Partnership (GREP) is pleased to announce the annual Lehigh Valley Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) event hosted by GREP.
Pamela Shupp, Vice President of Greater Reading Economic Partnership and active member of CREW Lehigh Valley says, “Events like these offer a forum for dynamic interaction between commercial real estate and related professionals and an opportunity to showcase what is happening in our region.”
On Tuesday September 11th, from 4:30 to 6:00p.m. the CREW Lehigh Valley chapter will gather at Sorrelli Jewelers, located at 220 West Main Street in Kutztown, PA to hear more about the Keepin’ It Kutztown campaign. Those in attendance will enjoy hors d’oeuvres and networking while hearing from Kutztown Mayor Sandra Green and Laura Kline of Sorrelli Jewelers. Topics for discussion will highlight what is being done on Main Street in Kutztown and what makes it an attractive place to do business. The event will be followed by dinner at the Kutztown Tavern.
Registration for the event.
The CREW Network began in 2004 on the principal of “Influencing the success of the commercial real estate industry by advancing the achievements of women.” Today the women of CREW LV are guided by that founding principal and the vision to be “THE premier commercial real estate network in northeast Pennsylvania recognized for professionalism, leadership and expertise.
GREP’s mission is to attract, retain and grow business by vigorously promoting, fostering and coordinating economic development in Greater Reading. Our product is Greater Reading, and we are focused on keeping businesses here, stimulating local entrepreneurship, and attracting new businesses and industries to our community. For further information, visit GreaterReading.com.
GREP is one of 30 economic development organizations out of over 4,500 worldwide to receive accreditation from the International Economic Development Council (IEDC).