Queen City BNI Surpasses $5 Million in Chapter Revenue

Thanks to the referral network and relational marketing

Left to right: Lori Bielawa, Brittany Winfield, Josh Howell, Janina McCue, Tyler Pakulski, Amy Escott, Jay Cummings, Andrew Cate, Amy Wolf, Julie Danaher, Amanda Grant, Heather Belanger, Cora Kreischer, Erin Perrin, Stephanie Gurrieri, Andy Skypack
Absent from photo: Dan Emmons, Jeremy Berube, Jessica Hill, Lisa Taft Sylvester, Mike Hecht, Mollie Lannen, Richard Nelson, Terry Wetmore.

Vermont Business Magazine Queen City BNI, a local chapter of the international business networking organization, recently surpassed $5 million in chapter revenue since its founding in 2016. The group is focused on building relationships, with the motto “Givers Gain®”. Chapter partners continuously pass referrals to each other, in order to connect with other businesses and successfully generate revenue.

Queen City BNI is currently ranked number one in the state among eleven total chapters in Vermont. The group invites like-minded professionals to join their weekly in-person meetings at Burlington City Arts, located at 135 Church Street in Burlington, Wednesdays from 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Queen City BNI is hosting an upcoming Visitors Day for businesses in the personal services industry. This includes, but is not limited to: event planners, event venue owners, retail store owners, yoga instructors, artists/crafters, and farmers.

Wednesday, September 28, 2022
11:15 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Auditorium of Contois at the Town Hall
149 Church Street, Burlington

To register or have your questions answered, contact Brittany Winfield of The Winfield Creative at [email protected]

BURLINGTON, VT, September 23, 2022 – Queen City BNI