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Let's Discuss Impact Over Lunch at DFJ

Raleigh Nonprofit

We are excited to host a special luncheon to educate downtown business owners and interested shoppers in understanding the social importance and power of their purchase. Lunch from Carroll's Kitchen will be served. The topic of discussion will center around what it means to be a business merchandising ethical, sustainable and fair trade products to produce living wage jobs.

Lunch at 12pm on Wednesday March 27, 2019
Feel free to come as early as 11:30.
1104 W Cabarrus St., Raleigh
Easy street parking in front.

This event is closed. Thank you.

Friend Bethany Tran, The Root Collective's Founder and Designer, will lead our lunch conversation.

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Bethany is a problem solver. She left a stable career in marketing to start The Root Collective because the lack of jobs in underserved communities wasn’t being addressed. She believes that commerce can change the world, that women are a key part of that, and that every single person has the power to create a better future. She lives in Raleigh, NC with her husband, two dogs, chickens and a parade of foster dogs constantly in and out of the house.