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Business Lunch Series (Olathe)

Join the Olathe Chamber for a star-studded luncheon with some of the most successful culinary entrepreneurs in Kansas City as they share stories of startup, setback and success.

Moderated by Doug Frost, Master of Wine, Master Sommelier, Author, & Host of Emmy Nominated Check, Please!

Panelists include: Christopher Elbow (Owner & Founder of Glace Artisan Ice Cream and Christopher Elbow Chocolates), Megan & Colby Garrelts (Award-winning chefs, authors and owners of Rye & Bluestem restaurants), and Danny O'Neill (Owner & Founder of The Roasterie)

When

Thursday, Feb 2 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
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Price: $40.00
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Where

Ball Conference Center
21350 W. 153rd St.
Olathe, KS 66061
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Who

For more information contact:
Casey Wilhm
Olathe Chamber of Commerce
(913) 764-1050

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