Chocolate Happenings Bradenton-Sarasota

Save the date Chocolate Happenings on the west coast of Florida!  March is the LAST month for the Sweet Smiles Across America.

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March 31st Event Wingate Bradenton

Have you ever thought about earning extra income and doing something alongside caring for your family and other activities? I am always looking for men & women to join me in this great opportunity. Having a Dove Chocolate Discoveries™ business is FUN, and I’d love to share with you what it can do for you and your family.  , Dove Chocolate Discoveries™ can be the answer for you!

Please join me while we discuss the benefits of running a business that’s yours, the joy of meeting new people, and the thrill of inspiring creativity in others.  You will have the opportunity to ask questions about Dove Chocolate Discoveries™ and what it takes to become a Chocolatier. AND you can win some fun prizes too!

WHEN: Thursday, March 31 at 10:30am or  6:00pm

WHERE: Wingate Hotel Bradenton Click Here for directions

RSVP: Chocolate Val (Filipski)

941-928-3280 by noon, March 22nd


If you are interested but unable to attend, please let me know and we can arrange to talk another time.

You’ll be entered in our drawing for great prizes when you:

> RSVP on or before March 22nd + come

> Bring a Friend who wasn’t invited.

> Just for coming!


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