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Spirit-Driven Networking

We are all partners in each other’s business. That is the value =
of networking.
The PBEX Spirit

Hi Phoenix, 


ick Highlights

Awards for Best Business Presentation & Infome=
We have business for a Healthy Juice=
store owner
Remote Link to our Meetings ~ Virtual NetworkingSpeakers for Tuesday’s MeetingSpeaker for Wednesday’s MeetingAttention: eScam Warning!Ma=
ke-A-Wish Gala Event Announcement
End of=
Summer Golf Event
Three Phoenix M=
eeting Locations to Fit your Schedule

Visit Our Website

st Business Presentation 
the Month

Anny Tenbult is the winner for the Best Business Presentation of the Month for Au=
gust 2016.  Anny conducted a live Laser coaching session in front of t=
he group showing her unique talent to get results in only 7 minutes. Congra=
tulations Anny! 
Link to Phoenix Awards

Best Infomercial of the Month

Dr. Shayne Baylis=
is the winner for the Best Infomercial of the Month for August =
2016.  Judges agreed that Shayne’s vast knowledge about injuries and h=
ow the body responds to treatment was the vote that won. In addition his sh=
ort infomercial also blended in to bring in his family and his inner spirit=
of helping people.  Congratulations Shayne! 
Link to Phoenix Awards

 Do you know the owner of a Juice Store who is=
open to expanding?

If you know the owner of a Healthy Juice Store who is enthusiastic a=
nd enterprising, let them know that our networking group is ideal for expan=
ding their clientele. Now with three locations, Phoenix Business Exchange h=
as members who represent over 50 businesses in the community. These members=
and their families welcome someone to join our group who offers healthy al=
ternative products.
Visit our weekly Wednesday meeting at Symphony Senior Living at 27 Weaver Crescent in Kanata because we welcome the opportuni=
ty to do business with you and refer your business to others. Check for tim=
es and dates on our calendar of events or see =
details at the end of this email.

You can still promote your business with our Zoom option and stay connected!

Phoenix Business Exchange is proud to offer a means to network even =
if you are unable to leave your business. Visit us for free, Phoenix, =
 via Zoom.us and promote your business when you are unable to visit wi=
th us in person. Simply enter the meeting number posted on our website and =
you are connected with us. 
We look forward to meeting you, however we know at times current cir=
cumstances can limit our opportunities to network in person. We are the onl=
y networking group in the world ~ that we know of ~ that provides the alter=
native of a remote link to attend our weekly meetings. We want you to succe=
ed without limitations regardless of what conditions you are facing.

Speaker for Tuesday’s Meeti=

Samantha Liu is the cuisine co-owner of Festival Japan. Samantha will talk=
about her special touches she does for her patrons to make a dinner at Fes=
tival Japan memorable and a special event. Samantha will be presenting&nbsp=
at Crystal View Lodge (see below for meeting details).

Link to Samantha’s website=

Speaker for Tuesday’s Meeti=

Rose Henneberry is the founder of Rose’s Senior Companionship Services. Rose will talk a=
bout the needs of the elderly and how a small amount of kindness goes a lon=
g way. Rose will be presenting 
at Crystal View Lodge (see belo=
w for meeting details).
Link to Rose’s website

Speaker for Wednesday’s Mee=

Peter Vallance =
is Mortgage Agent for Mortgage Architects and will be talking about the ben=
efits of choosing a mortgage provider outside of the regular banking system=
and how looking at multiple lending institutions helps your chances of sav=
ing money. Peter will be presenting 
at Symphony Senior Living =
(see below for meeting details).
Link to Peter’s webs=


Karen Benell stated in her infomercial last week about a scam that is going =
on where someone buys merchandise between $3000-$5000 from you and pays on =
a newly stolen and unreported credit card. Shortly after cancels the order =
and asks for a refund via eTransfer or other form of refund as there is an issue =
with the card

Later the credit card is deemed st=
olen and the business is hit with the bill and is not covered by insurance.=
 Thank you Karen for this info and grateful that our members are now =
aware of this.

Make-A-Wish Eastern Ontario=
Gala  Event Win-Win for Companies Planning “The Christmas Party”

Mike Wlotzk=
i announces: On behalf of Make-A-Wish Eastern Ontario we would like to =
invite you to join us for the 11th annual Gala on November 19th, 2016 at the=
Ottawa Conference and Event Center
. The theme of this year’s black=
tie event is “Masquerade Ball“. Over the last 11 years, the Gala has =
been a huge contributor in helping us grant over 647 magical wishes w=
ithin the Eastern Ontario community. Individual tickets and tables for 10 c=
an be purchased (tax receipts provided) and company logo displayed and incl=
uded in evening event program.

More information and purchase tickets

oenix End of Summer 
n & Women’s Golf Event

We are organizing an end of summer Golf Event for our Phoenix members =
to celebrate life and enjoy nature at

Loch March Golf & Country Club

We are looking into dates at the moment for one of the fol=
Thursday Octob=
er 6th, 
Friday October=
7th or Saturday October 8th
This is an 18 Hole Golf=


for Phoenix Members/Family

This is an incredible value! 

Golf Carts, food and beverages are extra.=

It is =
on a first-come first-served basis with a limit of 
12 mem=
bers and they will be going fast!

Give us Your F=
eedback Today! 

Let us know by email a=
t inf=
o@pbex.ca or contact Tony at (613) 238-PBEX (7239) if you are inte=
rested and can arrange to be a part of this event so we can book the tee of=
f time for our group.  
All participants are a=
sked to bring a $25-$30 gift for a gift exchange at the end of the round. S=
imilar to a Christmas exchange. Everyone will get a number from 1-12. Numbe=
r 1 picks the first gift on the table. Number 2 gets to pick that gift or a=
nother one off the table and so on.  
Our goal is to network, bond and enjoy th=
e company of our members in the beautiful Loch March&=
nbsp;setting regardless of the calibre of your golf game. This is a great e=
nd of summer event so sign up today as there is limited space.
Special thanks to Mike Wlotzki from Make-a-Wish for setting this special event up=
for us. 

This Week’s Inspirational Quotation

“You are the laboratory
and every day is an experiment.
Go a=
nd find what is new
and unexpected.”  
~ Joel Elkes 

Delivering the Spirit of our Group!

Please let me know when you are available
for a Business Activity Meeting by Skype.
Lynn Thom=
pson  C=
ommunication Specialist

Three Phoenix Networking Locations

Phoenix Cent=
Crystal Vi=
ew Lodge
6 Meridian=
(near Cent=
Nepean, ON=
Date: Tues=
;8:30 am – 10:30 am
Meeting st=
arts at 9:00 am
Crystal View Lodge Website

rking is also at the rear of the building.
Phoenix Kana=
Symphony Senior Living
27 =
Weaver Crescent 
nata Drive & Walden Drive)
Kanata, ON
Date: Wednesdays
Time: 7:30 am – 9:30 am
Meeting starts at 8:00 am=
Symphony Senior Living Website

ee parking at rear of the building
and on the street.
Phoenix After Hours

Phoenix Head Office
MacLaren Street (at Kent)
te #2, Ottawa, ON
Date: Wednesday nights
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm            =
Meeting =
starts at 6:30 pm

Link to Make-a-Wish website

Agent of Change Member

Phoenix Business Exchange is a=
proud supporter and an Agent of Change member. Anthony is the most recent =
child who had his wish granted – for an all-terrain vehicle so he can go ou=
t  in the yard even in the snow.

Tony’s Website

Tony Gyen=
is, Our Group’s Founder

Tony is a clairvoyant Sound Vibration Tuning=
Fork Practitioner, Teacher, Feng Shui Consultant and Spirit Coach based in=
Ottawa, Ontario Canada. 
Tony was guided to form the Phoenix Business=
Exchange in January 2016 when he recognized the need for a spirit-driven g=
roup with the purpose of exchanging business.  We are thankful to Tony=
for following through on his vision, which allows us to connect to him reg=
Thank you P=
, for this opportunity to conn=
ect with you.

Tony Gyenis | Phoenix Business Exchange | 613-238-PBEX (7239) | Email | Website

Phoenix Business Exchange, 436 MacLaren Street, Suite=
 #2 near Kent,
 Ontario K2P 0M8 Canada
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