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The Tri-Valley Executives Association (Tri-Valley Execs) is a dynamic business networking organization with the primary purpose of developing viable business relationships and exchanging qualified sales referrals. The first Executives Association was formed in San Francisco in 1925, with the Tri-Valley group established in 1984. Membership currently includes over 40 small and medium size business owners and managers.
Through weekly breakfast meetings, members build relationships on a personal level and exchange new business information and sales leads gathered during the week. Every member becomes a “lead producer” that increases your sales force without increasing your sales staff.
It’s a fact that people prefer to do business with people they know and trust. Only one company per business classification is allowed in the Tri-Valley Execs. Individual presentations provide detailed information to the group to help them recognize potential leads and refer qualified prospects to each other.
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Years as a TVEA Member: 6 Years Favorite Quote: I will Drink to That! Favorite City to visit: Paris Favorite Drink: Jameson I can’t live without my: Family If I were a car I would be a: Chevy NEXT MEETING: The next Read more about Chuck Eggers of Barrons Jewelers[…]
We switched up the agenda and enjoyed a game of “The Price is Right”. Dave Jones, Dave Silva and Jim Rowse won lottery tickets. NEXT MEETING: The next meeting of the Tri-Valley Executives’ Association will be held on Thursday February 7th at Vic’s All Star Kitchen at 7:00am. GREETERS: Thomas Tong of Thomas Watch Repair and Manny Martin Read more about The Price is Right With Mike[…]
January 28th 2019 This week: Mike Peel of Venture Sothebys Classification: Residential Real Estate Favorite Motto: “I’ve often said there’s nothing better for the inside of a man than the outside of a horse.” – Ronald Reagan Favorite Place to visit: Park City Utah Favorite Drink: Diet Pepsi I Can’t Live without my: Dog “Major Read more about Mike Peel of Venture Sotheby’s[…]
We had a great presentation from Laura Olsen, The Executive Director of the Pleasanton Downtown Association. She was very informative about the current and future happenings of Pleasanton. NEXT MEETING: The next meeting of the Tri-Valley Executives’ Association will be held on June 14th, at Vic’s All-Star Kitchen at 7:00am. GREETERS: Terry Johnston of R&S Landscaping & Maintenance and Dan Read more about Great presentation from Laura Olsen, The Executive Director of the Pleasanton Downtown Association.[…]
THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO SERVED! NEXT MEETING: The next meeting of the Tri-Valley Executives’ Association will be held on May 31st, at Vic’s All-Star Kitchen at 7:00am. GREETERS: Lawrence Ling of QES Computers, Inc. and Joe Goulette of JG Construction Program – Kevin Lee of Wrecking Ball Upcoming: June 7th: Program –Laura Olson Executive Director Pleasanton Downtown Assn. June 14th: Lawrence Ling of QES Computers, Inc. Read more about Memorial Day Observed[…]
Joey Minahan is one of ten children and grew up on a dairy farm in a small Wisconsin town. She attended business college in Illinois and worked in finance in Chicago. One day a friend talked to her about moving to California; tired of the Chicago cold, she decided to join her friend. Her friend backed Read more about Joey Minahan of The Door Doctor[…]
Jack is an innovative and effective Executive Coach and Senior Facilitator whose professional experience is supported by a Masters Degree in both marketing and management. A dynamic, inspiring and persuasive teacher, capable of designing and delivering profound training programs or corporate culture change with both large and small companies. Experienced in sales, marketing and Read more about Guest Speaker Jack Zwissig of Zwissig and Associates[…]
April 9th 2018 This Week: Robbie Didio – Handy Man Services Robbie, born in Oakland, lived in Pleasanton his whole life. Lives in family house with brother and niece. Daughter (43)is a CFO in Auburn Hills. Attended JFK university, has over 100 unites but never graduated, they call him “The unit collector”. Enjoyed working at Read more about This Week: Robbie Didio – Handy Man Services[…]
March 27th 2018 This Week: Dave Jones of Tiger Carpet Cleaning Dave Jones was born and raised in California in the Hayward/Castro Valley area. He went to private junior high and high schools, graduating from St. Mary’s High School in Berkeley. He found that college was just “not for him”. He got a job as a high Read more about Dave Jones of Tiger Carpet Cleaning[…]
March 21st 2018 This Week: Dave Sanchez, Sr. of B&S Hacienda Dave Sanchez, Sr. was born in Santa Barbara and moved to San Francisco when he was about a year old. His father, Bruno, opened the body shop in San Francisco in 1956. Being Mexicans in an Italian neighborhood, the shop was named Bruno & Sons; they all Read more about Dave Sanchez, Sr. of B&S Hacienda[…]