Nosh and Network at the Boulder JCC This Tuesday

Experience networking like you never have before at the first Nosh and Network of 2020 on Tuesday, January 14 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Steven Ringelstein and Kerry Borcherding of Pristine Creations will support you to get to the core of human connection with other professionals. Networking can be difficult for some, walking into a room full of strangers. But not here! This program is an EXPERIENCE, not a lecture or coaching course.

The event is $10 (until 48 hours before the event) and $15 at the door. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity! Register here.

Here’s what past participants are saying: 

“The energy and connection that was created was beyond words. Through the experience, there were so many donors that were opened for true, deep and meaningful insight.” – Rebecca Frank

“Being in the group experience allowed me to resolve a complex business problem.” – Keren Kilgore

“I feel so light and radiant and easeful. It feels like my problem, my question, gets answered so quickly, yet with so much depth and clarity. I feel so supported in my business.” Christine Walsh

“I’m speechless about the power I experienced at Create X. I don’t think I’ve experienced true connection in 46 years.” – Gina Stenback  

For more information on Pristine Creations, please visit

For more information on Nosh and Network, please contact Shari Blake Schnee at

Nosh & Network is the Boulder JCC business networking group which is designed to bring together the business community to connect, network, learn, and support each other. Our mission is to build individual skills that help our community become more cohesive, efficient, and collaborative. It is geared towards small business owners, entrepreneurs, network marketers, job seekers, and individuals looking to network and grow their businesses.

About Shari Schnee

Shari Blake Schnee is the Shalom Family and Camp Director at the Boulder Jewish Community Center (BJCC).

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