Join the Atlanta chapter of the Professional Women in Building Council this Thursday evening for its annual networking event! This year’s event, Sips and Strikes, is going to be a fun night full of duckpin bowling, shuffleboard, horseshoes and more, as well as plenty of opportunity for networking with other industry professionals while enjoying delicious food and drink. Sips and Strikes takes place this Thursday, July 12 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at The Painted Duck in Atlanta. Pre-registration is required as no walk-ins will be available, and the last few registration slots are still available.
The Painted Duck, where camaraderie meets rivalry, features a variety of competitive group gaming options, from duckpin or Belgian feather bowling to knuckleball and shuffleboard to air hockey. Located in Stockyards Atlanta on the Westside, The Painted Duck is the sister of The Painted Pin, an upscale bowling bar in Buckhead. The Painted Duck is located at 976 Brady Ave. in Atlanta.
Atlanta PWB thanks event sponsors Atlanta Gas Light, Fidelity Bank Mortgage, Denim Marketing, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Southeast Mortgage and Atlantis Granite and Marble for making Sips and Strikes possible.
This event will sell out by Thursday night, so register now for Sips and Strikes on the Greater Atlanta HBA’s website here. The event is $45 per person, and you must be 21 years of age or older to attend. For questions regarding the event, contact Monica Saunders at MSaunders@AtlantaHBA.com.
Membership in the Atlanta PWB is available to any individual from a Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association member company, or an individual from any association affiliated with the Home Builders Association of Georgia. PWB members enjoy access to educational opportunities for growing their business, networking opportunities with leaders from all areas of the building industry, eligibility for scholarships and grants, firsthand knowledge about legislation affecting the industry and the chance to build lasting, professional and personal relationships with successful and supportive women, both locally and nationally. To learn more about the Atlanta PWB, click here.