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Business Exchange hosts Rives, Giustino

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February 10, 2011 |

Matthew Rives, an attorney with the Law Offices of Michael W. Jansen, and Frank Giustino, owner of Giustino and Sons’ Window Cleaning Service, will speak at the Progressive Business Exchange luncheon on Wednesday.

Rives will discuss “important and salient legal issues facing small business people in the community,” a news release said.  Giustino will speak on the importance of home and health maintenance.

As a founding member of the Business Exchange, the Law Offices of Michael W. Jansen has shared many stories related to personal injury law.

“At this meeting, I will share insights on cases that fall into other areas of law,” Rives said.

Giustino also is a veteran of the Business Exchange.

“Giustino and Sons’ Window Cleaning is committed to providing a high quality cleaning service,” Giustino said.  “It is great to share my philosophies on home and business care in such a great business forum.  To brighten your day, everyone in attendance will receive a coupon for a free window cleaning estimate and a chocolate treat.”

The Business Exchange provides a network of business leaders to enhance their services to the community through the development, growth and maintenance of professional relationships. The twice-monthly meetings give members and guests an opportunity to introduce themselves and promote their business with the ultimate goal of building a healthy and robust business community.

The Business Exchange meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Lunch and networking begins at 11:45 a.m. and the meeting begins at noon on the lower level of the Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St. in downtown Davis.

Seating for the complimentary luncheon is limited. To attend, e-mail Stewart Savage at [email protected] or call (530) 392-8324.

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