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Thirsty for Business Thursday’ (#T4BT) at the new Doubletree by Hilton Hotel

The Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation’s signature event, ‘Thirsty for Business Thursday’ (#T4BT) has held yesterday at the new Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Largo, Maryland.  More than 150 business owners, community leaders, government officials and non-profits gathered to celebrate the One Year Anniversary of this unique networking event.  Shelly Gross-Wade, President and CEO of Financial Services Corporation First along with Liz Williams, Director of Workforce Services in the Economic Development Corporation joined EDC President Jim Coleman in welcoming the attendees and letting them know about the business development services available in Prince George’s County.  Sponsors from previous T4BT’s joined in the festivities and talked with attendees about the opportunities and excitement that the Economic Development Corporation has generated for them and in the business community. https://youtu.be/QHC74UCCe6k

“We have had a wonderful year meeting with businesses and stakeholders that make Prince George’s County a great place to live, work and play,” said EDC President Jim Coleman.  “My team and I are excited about how many businesses are “Thirsty” for assistance.  We can’t wait to see how many businesses we can touch within the next 12 months.  It is morning in Prince George’s County and we are pumped to serve our business and residents with the services they need to be successful.”

Join the EDC for its next networking opportunity when we partner with County Executive Rushern L. Baker, and the Prince George’s County Council for ‘Prince George’s International!’, our Global Business Cocktail Reception on August 26, 2015 at the Sunset Room in National Harbor.  To register for this Black Tie or Traditional Foreign Dress event, contact Lucas Green at 301-583-4650 or lgreen1@co.pg.md.us  

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