Congratulations to Cremation Advocates by Putnam’s very own Jessamyn Putnam for being recognized as a role model and mentor for small businesses:
🏆 Marble Falls’ 2018 Small Businessperson of the Year Revealed! Posted by Chuck Casto on Mar 03, 2019
After two months of nominations and voting, we’re delighted to announce that there’s a winner for Marble Falls’ 2018 Small Businessperson of the Year! The winner is Jessamyn Putnam of Cremation Advocates by Putnam.
Competition criteria focused on local SMB role models, who are dedicated to helping other small business people succeed. After an extended round of nominations, top nominees advanced to the finalist stage, where local Alignable members voted for their favorite candidate.
Jessamyn Putnam believes that community involvement and mentoring only makes our community stronger. She explains, “A strong community equates to strong businesses, therefore we must invest in our community if we would like our community to invest in us.” Jessamyn is active in the Horseshoe Bay Business Alliance, Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce, Business Network International, Bertram Chamber of Commerce, Burnet Chamber of Commerce, the Llano Uplift Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Lambda Nu Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, the Interagency Committee on Elder Care, and actively volunteers and raises money for area charities, schools, and civic organizations. Moreover, she is a sought after speaker and mentor and constantly seeks to create opportunities for educational opportunities that would benefit the Highland Lakes community, especially in the area of Alzheimer’s, dementia, and grief.
Interested in having Jessamyn as your group’s next speaker – then please call her at 830-798-8413 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us on Thursday, August 23 from 11:30-12:30 in Suite 204 in the Market on H Building (across from the Bluebonnet Cafe in Marble Falls) for a light lunch and a presentation by the Alzheimer’s Association on Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body. This is the first in a series of 3 virtual learning seminars on topics related to Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Please RSVP to 512-361-6241 or by visiting alz.org/texascapital as seating is limited to 30 people.
Sorry, no posts matched your criteria