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April 4, 2011
 

MEDI presents monthly Business-to-Buyer Procurement Luncheon

Upcoming MEDI Business-to-Buyer Procurement Luncheon offers a great opportunity for businesses and service providers.
Upcoming MEDI Business-to-Buyer Procurement Luncheon offers a great opportunity for businesses and service providers.

MEDI of Western Kentucky announces its monthly Business-to-Buyer Procurement Luncheon, April 7th. Jennie Stuart Medical Center will be the keynote presenter for the one-hour luncheon.

The luncheon will be held at the MEDI Office, 1101A South Main Street, downtown Hopkinsville Kentucky, inside the US Bank Building. Business-to-Buyer Procurement Luncheons are concentrated efforts to present new business markets and opportunities to businesses. Be a part of the JSMC Procurement Luncheon and receive more information about how to start doing business with JSMC, learn about JSMC supply and service budget, and find out how to bid on high dollar contracts.

Listing of subcontracting categories may include:

Ø  Building & Industrial
Ø  Furniture & Furnishings
Ø  Cleaning & Chemicals
Ø  IT Solutions & Electronics
Ø  Office Solutions
Ø  Services
Ø  Tools, Hardware, & Machinery
Ø  Or Many other Trade Skilled Occupation
Registration is $15 per person and due by April 6. To register, email (nferguson@medisuccess.org). For more information, call Nadia Ferguson at the office at 270-885-8885. Business-to-Buyer Luncheons are every Thursday of the month.



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