P.O. Box 25548

Chattanooga, TN 37422-5548





Week of

October 30, 2006








Welcome to


Sisters In Business Online Expo


"A Sisters Expo for Online Shopping"


Click here  to visit our Sisters In Business Online Expo--SIBay! 




Greetings!  Welcome to the Sisters In Business Online Newsletter. 

This publication offers news and information about women-owned and small businesses in your community.

You are receiving this email either upon your request, or via a mutual acquaintant's relationship. 

Your privacy is very important to us.  Therefore, please feel free to unsubscribe as needed using the link below.

 Best Wishes!  --Tekelia C. Kelly, Publisher




Sisters In Business Seek to Help Homeless, Build Business, & Connect Community at Showcase on Nov. 4.


It has been said that many of us are one paycheck a way from losing everything we own and being homeless.  According to the 'Mayor's Office News' page found on the City of Chattanooga's website at www.chattanooga.gov "Last year more than two dozen (24) people died on the streets of Chattanooga as victims of homelessness, hunger, joblessness, sickness and in desperation." 


On November 4, 2006 from 10 AM to 5 PM at the Chattanooga Choo Choo Imperial Ball Room, Sisters In Business will host its "1st Annual Holiday Shopping Showcase & Business Expo. The event will serve as a food drive and fundraiser for the Chattanooga Kitchen, as well as a platform for empowering women-owned and small businesses in Chattanooga and surrounding areas.  Launching of this event is also a  proactive step towards stimulating socio-economic development in the community, and sustaining household and business income.

"A proactive step towards stimulating socio-economic development in the community: helping the homeless while sustaining household and business income."


About the Showcase


Shop Early for the Holidays!  Over 30 fantastic vendor will offer fashions. jewelry, handbags, hats, shoes, fragrances, candles, floral designs, art & crafts, books, pictures, decorated accessories, household, culinary, gift and novelty items, as well as professional and business services such as hair, facials, spa, catering, health and wellness, financial, and real estate services.


In an effort to benefit the homeless men, women and children serviced by the Chattanooga Community Kitchen, a $1.00 donation from shoppers along with any donated canned goods will be accepted at the door.  Donations can also be made at the Chattanooga Community Kitchen located on 11th Street.


Please come out on November 4 to do your early holiday shopping while supporting this great cause.  Please click here to learn more about the work being done by the Chattanooga Community Kitchen.  Click here to learn about the Sisters In Business


About Business Expo

Earn Extra Income!   Vendor businesses inside the Sisters in Business Holiday Shopping Showcase will also talk about business, employment, and networking opportunities with those interested in starting a business, gaining employment, and/or making contacts for networking.  Opportunities to earn additional income for the holidays and thereafter along with other incentives can also be explored amongst participating "direct selling" or multi-level marketing type vendors.  Be sure to ask vendors about business, networking, or employment opportunities.


Businesses offering direct selling opportunities provide important benefits to individuals who desire to earn an income, or build a business of their own. Direct selling offers an alternative to traditional employment for those who desire an opportunity to 1) earn a flexible income, 2) earn a supplemental household income; or 3) compensate for the responsibilities or circumstances that do not allow them to have a regular part-time or full time job. In many cases, direct selling opportunities develop into a fulfilling career for those who achieve success and choose to pursue their independent direct selling business on a full time basis. http://ezinearticles.com/?Multi-Level-Marketing-Facts-You-Must-Know&id=4985


Shop Early for the Holidays and Help the Chattanooga Community Kitchen!


Sisters In Business

The Solutions for Business.    The Services for Customers.    

"The Heart & Soul of Taking Care of Business"

Blankets Needed at The Chattanooga Community Kitchen

With the weather turning cold, and quite quickly one might add, the Chattanooga Community Kitchen is desperately needing donated blankets.


Blankets can be brought to the Chattanooga Community Kitchen located on 11th Street.    Mayor Ron Littlefield has also made an appeal for blanket donations, as well as accommodations to receive them at  Mayor’s Office located at 10th and Lindsay Streets.  Click here to read more about the Mayor's appeal. 



As can be seen on the Chattanooga Community Kitchen's website, "Every Night in Chattanooga 300 men, women, and children go to bed outside, hungry, and homeless. Another 250-300 pillow their heads in shelters. Thousands more, the near homeless, are within inches of losing everything. They are powerless, in need, and often in despair.  Sisters In Business is joining with the Chattanooga Community Kitchen and together "we are working to change that!"  Click here to read about the work of the Chattanooga Community Kitchen.


SIB Spotlights Ginger R. Weeks, Aladdin Printing Owner, and SIB Showcase Sponsor and Partner

Sisters In Business is proud to spotlight Ginger R. Weeks of Aladdin Printing, located downtown Chattanooga.  Stay tuned for more information about this dynamic business woman who is a Sisters In Business partner and sponsor, and provider of the professional printing services for SIB's 1st Annual Holiday Shopping Showcase & Business Expo on November 4. 

Sisters In Business promotes businesses using its Business NAME Strategy.  NAME is the acronym for SIB's Networking, Advertising, Marketing, and Empowering services.  To find out more about Sisters In Business visit us online at www.sistersinbusiness.net.

SIB Sister "Success Story "


"It's working.....When I arrived to work on yesterday, I was hit with I saw you on the internet introducing your new business venture.  WOW! I didn't realize it would happen this fast!" 

Darlene's Purse-Sonal Collection


Exercise 101:

SIB Seeks to Empower Women to Be Fit & Healthy! Presenting Felicia Wilson, SIB Health/Fitness Writer



Go Low Tech

Technology is good on one hand and can be bad on the other. If you look around we almost don’t have to do anything. Technology makes most things so effortless. Please don’t get me wrong, I think Technology is a wonderful thing, but much of it reduces us to very lazy people. For example we will tear the sofa up looking for the TV remote instead of getting up to manually turn the TV. (I know this does not happen to the SIB readers-Hmmmmmm) Try going low Tech for a few weeks. I can almost guarantee that you will burn another few hundred calories a day. Walk in the park after work for a few minutes, use the steps instead of the elevators at work, go bike riding on the weekends, give up the remote control, (here’s a big one) limited the use of play stations and XBOX.

 (Stay tune for an article on Childhood Obesity)

Surround Yourself with Good Role Models

We all have heard that saying “birds of a feather flock together”, well now it is time to fly with the eagles. If your family members and friends are couch potatoes, chances are you will have even a harder time becoming active while hanging out with them. Starting off you need to surround yourself with people who are healthy eaters and active, then chances are it will be much easier for you to stay active as well.

Peer pressure is wonderful if you use it in positive ways! This will also allow you to later encourage the couch potatoes in your life.

Set Weekly Goals

Setting goals are one of the most important life tools we were taught. When we began a exercise program it is important to set realistic attainable goals once a week for beginners. The whole idea behind this is to set up a plan to endure longer, go faster, and farther. This can also work with nutrition goals. Remember only you know what is realistic for you.


Look for the Sisters In Business Health and Fitness monthly column written by "Faithful Fitness" Instructor Felicia Wilson.


 Business News & Information





Breast Cancer Awareness Month


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so there's no time like the present to have that mammogram you've been putting off. According to medical experts, the earlier the detection of breast cancer, the higher the chances of a successful recovery. If there is a woman dear to you, go for a mammogram together. Support is key!

Get some important information about breast health and cancer awareness:

Sisters Network, Inc. Founded in 1994, Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI) is the first national African American breast cancer survivorship organization. Over the last ten years, the 501 © 3 organization has solidified its position as the national voice and a leader in the African American woman's fight against breast cancer.

A Sister's Guide to Breast Health African-American women with breast cancer have more than twice the risk of dying than Caucasian women, largely because they have more advanced disease at the time of initial diagnosis of their cancer. Read more >>

Breast Cancer Resource Committee, www.bcresource.org

Cancer Care, www.cancercare.org

Men Against Breast Cancer, www.menagainstbreastcancer.org

National Breast Cancer Foundation, http://nationalbreastcancer.org

Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, www.komen.org

The Sister Study, www.sisterstudy.org



SIB Online Newsletter 10/23/06:Help The Community Kitchen-Shop Early for the Holidays, New Sponsor Fire Eye Productions & Aladdin Printing

SIB Online Newsletter 10/16/06: New SIB Client Tanya Horne, SIB Solutions Propel Sisters, Camille Platt, Early Holiday Shopping Helps The Community Kitchen

SIB Online Newsletter 10/2/06: Client Zeknovia Charles, SCWN Patti Harris, Katye Jones SME, Deborah Grimes Catering, Showcase Preview

SIB Online Newsletter 9/25/06: Darlene Houston Purse-sonals, Woman's Way Treasa Newton, Katye Jones Lunch & Learn, Showcase Sneak Preview, Jack and Jill Tip,

SIB Online Newsletter 9/18/06: Ferlencia Floral Designs Joins SIB, SOM Cheri Hudgins, Faithful Fitness, SIB Award

SIB Online Newsletter 9/11/06: September 11, Felicia Wilson Fitness Column, Youth In Business Wanted 

SIB Online Newsletter 8/28:ATHENA Award Nominee Mary Williams, SME Lunch & Lear Dr. Whitaker, Statistics

SIB Online Newsletter 8/21:Woman's Way, Scenic City Women, Prepaid Legal, Community Kitchen, "Crowns"

SIB Online Newsletter 8/14:Tamara Long, Minority Health Fair, Girls Inc Job Openings, GO DBE Marketplace

SIB Online Newsletter 8/7:ETBP Jackie Payne, Blue Cross Women Town Meeting, Lunch & Learn Mtg.

SIB Online Newsletter 7/31: OB/GYN Dr. Whitaker, CPA Terri Jeter-McAvoy Katye Jones, Bizzy Bee, Client Ads

SIB Online Newsletter 7/24: Mary Williams, Dorothea Johnson, Virginia Yarbrough, Deborah Grimes honored

SIB Online Newsletter 7/15: Sisters In Business "1st Annual Business Women's Empowerment Luncheon"

SIB Online Newsletter 7/4: Girls Inc at SIB Luncheon, Mini-trade show, & Youth Fundraiser, GirlVenture Acdy.

SIB  Quarterly Oct-Dec. 2006-Whitaker, Houston, Tuggle, Horne, Charles Join Sisters In Business, New Business Tool SIB Award Nomination, Network News

SIB  Quarterly July-Sept. 2006: News Ads,  Partners Merrill Lynch Katye Jones, Henderson, Hutcherson, & McCullough CPA Terri-Jeter McAvoy

SIB  Quarterly May 2006

SIB  Quarterly April 2006

SIB  Quarterly Mar 2006

SIB  Times Free Press March 22, 2006






SIB Business Clients Directory

Find the Business or Service You Need In The SIB Business Network

Look for doctors, accountants, aestheticians, real estate agent, investment brokers, virtual assistants, caterers, florists, and many other professional women-owned businesses in the Sisters in Business Network.  Needing a business or service?  Find the service provider you need at Sisters In Business.  Visit us online at www.sistersinbusiness.net

Click here to search for our business clients, partners, and their services, using our  Business Directory and Service Links


Sisters In Business works to promote, propel, and prosper those in/related to its network. 

Thank you for supporting the women-owned and small businesses in your community.


Cheri Hudgins, Sister of the Month-September 2006

Cheri Hudgins is a licensed Administrator of Rose of Sharon's Senior Villa and the manager of Sharon's Personal Care a BeautiControl Consultant. If you wish to learn how to relax in the comfort of your own home, then Cheri is the person you want to call. 

Cheri is available to do "Spa Parties" for special events, such as Bridal Showers, Ladies Night Out, or a special twist for a birthday party.  She will create an environment of relaxation while providing great information of how to care for you and your body. 

Visit Cheri online at www.sistersinbusiness.net where she can be found in the the SIB  Business Directory, and her own Business/Owner Webpage.

SIB Training, Development, & Business Support Services

For more business development resource information on matters such as  business plans, finances, training and business savvy strategies, please visit our website at http://sistersinbusiness.net/BusinessSupt.htm.  

Get Noticed, Be Found, Spread the Word!

Advertise With Sisters In Business!  Attention Sponsors, Advertisers, and Partners.  Use our online and print newsletters, websites, and tradeshows as a great way to market and advertise current news and events, business services, employment ads, job bids, election campaigns, real estate, and more.  Call us today at 423.421.5646 or  click here.  Also you can visit us online at www.sistersinbusiness.net and click the Advertising button.


Sisters In Business-Business Services



Click here to Join. Ph.423.421.5646.



Click here for Meeting.Schedule




Click here to Buy Ads .



Click here to be a Vendor/Exhibitor.




Click here to Buy Web pages.




Click here to Buy a Domain & Park It.




Click here for Demo.




Click Here to Sign-up for Newsletters.


Paid Advertisement




Subscribe Today!


Have the ONYX BUSINESS REPORT delivered to you at 25% savings off the news-stand price!


Call (423) 893-7709


Get the latest trends, hot industry and market information. Now available at Books-A-Million Stores!





Paid Advertisement

Aquarium Foods



Walter Johnson & Lou Goss, Owners

Aquarium Foods Catering and Foodcourt

2 Broad Street .  Chattanooga, TN 37402

423 265-1691 or 800-820-FOOD  
















Please cast your vote for the candidate of your choice.  Also try finding someone who hasn't voted and take them to vote, too.  Early voting is going on now and runs through November 2, 2006  ALSO, please read, carefully, the amendments and vote accordingly.  If the wording is not clear to you, ask one of the election representatives for assistance.


In an effort to help you better prepare to properly make your voting choices, the following ordinance descriptions have been provided for your perusal.



November Ballot Measures Summary


State of Tennessee


Constitutional Amendment 1

Passage of the amendment would define marriage as being between one man and one woman.


More information about Amendment #1:

A vote for Yes on Amendment One (see below for actual wording on ballot) supports the  traditional definition of marriage.  You can learn more at http://www.realmarriage.org/

Constitutional Amendment #1

Shall Article XI of the Constitution of the State of Tennessee be amended by adding the following language as a new, appropriately designated section:

SECTION___. The historical institution and legal contract solemnizing the relationship of one man and one woman shall be the only legally recognized marital contract in this state. Any policy or law or judicial interpretation, purporting to define marriage as anything other than the historical institution and legal contract between one man and one woman, is contrary to the public policy of this state and shall be void and unenforceable in Tennessee.

If another state or foreign jurisdiction issues a license for persons to marry and if such marriage is prohibited in this state by the provisions of this section, then the marriage shall be void and unenforceable in this state.


You can learn more at http://www.realmarriage.org/

Please vote on Tuesday, November 7th!



Constitutional Amendment 2

Passage of the amendment would authorize, but not require, the General Assembly to implement a program of property tax relief for persons sixty-five (65) years of age or older.  Amendment allows local governments to provide for such a program.



City of Chattanooga


Ordinance 11872

Passage of the proposed ordinance would repeal the existing provisions regarding the appointment of members of the Electric Power Board; and further provides that the Mayor shall appoint such members, subject to confirmation by the City Council, and to permit the Electric Power Board to elect its own chair and vice chair.


Ordinance 11873

Passage of this ordinance deletes the City Engineer position from those Charter officials who must be appointed after the election of the Mayor.


Ordinance 11877

Passage of this proposed ordinance would prohibit federal, state and county employees from holding popularly elected office under the City of Chattanooga government as well as those having an interest in any contract with the city. 



Patti Harris,  Financial SME at November 9, 2006 "Lunch & Learn"


SIB Sponsor and Partner Patti Harris will be  (SME) for month of November. 


Patti Harris has been the Executive Director for Scenic City Women’s Network since March 2003.  Scenic City Women’s Network is a ministry designed to Encourage, Equip and Energized today Christian working woman.  The ministry began in 1994 as a non-profit organization and is financially supported by the faithful giving of those who are committed to this ministry.  SCWN offers monthly luncheons, newsletters, prayer ministry, weekly Marketplace Meditations and Marketplace Bible studies



LOCATION: The Tallan Cellar in the Tallan Building Downtown Chattanooga, TN, located at the corner of Martin Luther King (MLK) Blvd and Chestnut inside the Tallan Building Chattanooga, TN 37402. Phone:, (423) 648-0880. Lunch will be available if so desired, not required, at a cost of $10.50 per person, and will begin 11:30 AM. Click here visit the Cellar Restaurant which also makes available its menu daily.


FREE PARKING: Nearby Day's Inn Rivergate has graciously allowed free parking for all luncheon attendees this day.

Please click here to see upcoming SIB SME's and SIB Networking Meetings. 


Click here to join the Sisters In Business Network

Got Power?  

(Brothers In Business Always Welcome!)



Get Empowered.




At Sisters In Business "Lunch & Learn" Meeting Thursday, November 9, 2006

at The Cellar restaurant in the Tallan Building.


The Cellar is located downtown Chattanooga at the corner of Martin Luther King (MLK) Blvd and Chestnut inside the Tallan Building Chattanooga, TN 37402. Phone:, (423) 648-0880. Lunch will be available if so desired, not required, at a cost of $10.50 per person, and will begin 11:30 AM. Click here visit the Cellar Restaurant which also makes available its menu daily.


FREE PARKING: Nearby Day's Inn Rivergate has graciously allowed free parking for all luncheon attendees this day.


Open to Public.

Come Meet and Greet!

Come Talk and Eat!

Hear a Brief Speech,

From an SME! (Subject Matter Expert)

Get Empowered!


Get a "Sneak Preview" to Showcase Merchandise, Door Prizes, & More!


Click On Showcase Table Below To Go To More Information.

Click here to see updates to "Who & What " in the Showcase, including, Vendors, Merchandise, & Door Prizes!


SPONSORS NEEDED!  Please click here for more information.



Benefiting the Chattanooga Community Kitchen!


SIBay Online Store Browsing: Promoting Local Business

If you enjoy selling or buying at the mall, consignment boutiques, upscale resale shops, classified ads, garage sales, or flee markets, you’re going to love SIBAY.  SIBay is sistersinbusiness.net’ online and offline shopping solution that , yes it's similar to “EBay”, but offers Chattanoogans the benefits of doing business online and in their own backyard.  What does that mean?  That means that the money you spend stays close to where you live, which helps to build the our business economy and local communities.  

What really is a plus is that SIBay offers the opportunity to build invaluable relationships between businesses and customers.  Having an online shopping portal in the neighborhood means you get to do “free” local calling about an item of interest, and even go by to see the merchandise before purchasing.  It’s exciting to see the E*Commerce take life like this on a local level!

Got merchandise?  Need merchandise? Buy and Sell @ SIBay, Sisters In Business'  online shopping solution.  SIBay is an online showcase of items for sell in the local community, where customers and businesses can meet. 

To learn more visit our SIBay Online Shopping or to advertise on SIBay, please  contact SIBay Customer Service  at 423.421.5446.  Click here to go to the SIBAy Online Shopping Portal.


Thanks to Our "Holiday Shopping Showcase & Business Expo" Sponsors 














SPONSORS NEEDED!  Please click here for more information.



AYES! (Alternative Youth Employment Solutions)



That's AYES!  Sisters In Business has a passion for youth, and also wish for them to discover their potential to do business as young business entrepreneurs.  That's why the Sisters In Business Holiday Shopping Showcase & Business Expo 2006 has allotted a limited number of  tables for young folk (15-21) who may wish to do  business and showcase their talent and skills. Do you know a young person who has marketable skills?  Do they show the potential of being in a junior business?  Maybe they are good at word processing, or other office applications, provide computer training or computer technical support, can sing, dance, or do dramatizations for special occasions, create dynamic drawings and wonderful paintings, knit or crochet beautiful blankets, braid hair, has baby sitting service, write story/poetry books, or tutor children. 

Maybe you, or someone you know, could help sponsor such a youth on this day. Why not help some young person develop their talents and abilities and show them how their skills are a marketable resource that could help sustain and financially support them in life if/when needed.  Get their business plan, display, and business cards ready, and coach them that day as they explore the world of entrepreneurship and business commerce. 

Click here to learn more about SIB's "YOUTH IN BUSINESS" and AYES page.

Please consider being a mentor to children whenever you can.  Thank you!.

Email us here to request more information about Youth In Business.



Every Night in Chattanooga

300 men, women, and children go to bed outside, hungry, and homeless. Another 250-300 pillow their heads in shelters. Thousands more, the near homeless, are within inches of losing everything. They are powerless, in need, and often in despair.


We are working to change that!


Bizzy Bee Brief

by Tekelia C. Kelly



Business Website


National Association of Women Business Owners® (NAWBO®) is the voice of America's 10.6 million women-owned businesses . Since 1975, NAWBO has helped women evolve their businesses by sharing resources and providing a single voice to shape economic and public policy.


Business Q/A

Question: The following question was sent in by one of our readers.  We'd like to hear you answers as well.  

"Once you have started a business, what is a good way to build clientele and keep clientele?"  


Click here to give your answer that we'll share it in our next issue. 



Click here to ask your questions). We'd love to hear from you.  :>)




Business Quote

George F. Burns
"Define your business goals clearly so that others can see them as you do."


Business Card Use

Use when traveling and meeting people as needed on train, plane, shuttle, cab.



Business Book/Magazine

Leadership and the New Science is a modern classic--it has been adopted as required reading by businesses, nonprofits, government agencies, schools at all levels, and the U.S. military.



Business Fashions Find



Fashions by www.barriepace.com

Sister-Girl Story


This Sister-Girl Story was sent in by Karen Lee of Chattanooga, TN

Letting Your Light Shine

We are each born into this world with unique gifts. Within us is a glimmer of the divine, a light that can potentially make the world a more beautiful place. But in many, that light lies dormant, snuffed out by fears and feelings of inadequacy. To spark it is to attract attention, face the possibility of rejection or the responsibility of success, and risk being labeled immodest. Yet when we undermine the light by hiding our aptitudes and quashing our dreams, we deny ourselves and others a wealth of experiences. Your abilities are a part of who you are and when you take pride in them, you affirm the love, esteem, and trust with which you view yourself. Moreover, as you express the light within, you grant others permission to do the same, freeing them to explore their own talents.

For some, we are taught to hide our light from the world since childhood. Relatives caution us that the professions associated with our aptitudes are unattainable. Our peers may be envious of our skills and thus overly critical of the activities we instinctively enjoy. And authority figures admonish us to be humble and avoid showing off. But there is a vast chasm that separates those who let their light shine and those who seek only to draw attention to themselves. When you dare to share your light with the world, the beauty and perfection of your soul become clearly visible. You become a whole being-the literal embodiment of your vast potential. Whether you are a wonderful dancer, a first-rate cook, quick with numbers, or a natural negotiator, you'll come to understand that you do the world no favors when you hold yourself back.

If you have hidden your light for so long that it has shrunk to an ember, make a list of everything you do well, however impractical, silly, or seemingly inconsequential. Then ask yourself how you can positively utilize those abilities in your daily life. The gifts you were born with were not granted to you arbitrarily. While you may never discover what impact your light has had on others, you can be certain that when you embrace your talents and share them with others, you will spread illumination in the world.

Karen M Lee
Citywide Insurance Services
2703 Long Street
Chattanooga, TN 37408


Send in Your "Sister-Girl" Story (Seeking 'words of wisdom" from wise women who care to share the benefits of their experiences, in order to help develop girls, women, and "sisters in business", and even the boys and men in our community.)  Send your story to sistersinbusiness@comcast.net  (Stories are in the queue.  Stay tuned.)


Community Connections


Fall Into Savings With SIB Offers!


$50.00 Off  $195.00 Annual SIB Client Subscription/Membership Fee for vendors in the Holiday Shopping Showcase.


$25.00 SIB Pack "Flyers"- A Quick, Easy, and Affordable way to advertise your business at the Holiday Showcase.


$25.00 Online Newsletter Advertisements.  Buy 3 general ads and get the fourth ad free.


$20.00 Business card size ad in Holiday Showcase Booklet.


FREE! Give a door prize and get free publicity.


Email sistersinbusiness@comcast.net, Or Call 423.421.5646 for more information.



"We want to hear from you!"

Broadcast your Job Openings, Public Service Announcements, or Church Event FREE @SIB

Email us at sistersinbusiness@comcast.net


Send us your favorite recipe!

Email us at sistersinbusiness@comcast.net


Join our email community! 

Email us at sistersinbusiness@comcast.net


Send our newsletter to your friends!



Contact Us!


Sisters In Business

P.O. Box 25548

Chattanooga, TN 37422-5548





*All submissions are subject to review, approval, space availability; and  become property of Sisters In Business.


To Unsubscribe, please reply to this email with word "Unsubscribe" in subject line. 

The views and opinions of our Subscribing Customers, Sponsors, and Advertisers do not necessarily reflect the viewpoints and positions of Sisters In Business Establishment and Tekelia C. Kelly Enterprises, LLC.



Copyright Rights

All copyright rights in the text, images, photographs, graphics, user interface, and other content provided on the Sisters In Business Online Newsletter (the Service), and the selection, coordination, and arrangement of such content, are owned by Sisters In Business, as applicable among us, or their third-party licensors, to the full extent provided under the United States Copyright laws and all international copyright laws. Under applicable copyright laws, you are prohibited from copying, reproducing, modifying, distributing, displaying, performing or transmitting any of the contents of the Service for any purposes. Nothing stated or implied on the Service confers on you any license or right under any copyright of Sisters In Business, or any third party.


The Service and the information contained in reference herein are for informational purposes only. Any reproduction, copying, or redistribution for commercial purposes of any materials or design elements of the Service is strictly prohibited, without the prior written consent of Sisters In Business. Systematic retrieval of data or other content from this Service to create or compile, directly or indirectly, a collection, compilation, database or directory without written permission from Sisters In Business is prohibited.


Trade and Service Mark Rights

All rights in the product names, company names, trade names, logos, product packaging and designs of all Sisters In Business or third-party products or services, whether or not appearing in large print or with the trademark symbol, belong exclusively to Sisters In Business, as applicable, or their respective owners, and are protected from reproduction, imitation, dilution or confusing or misleading uses under national and international trademark and copyright laws, as applicable. The use or misuse of these trademarks or any materials, except as permitted herein, is expressly prohibited and nothing stated or implied on this Service confers on you any license or right under any patent, copyright or trademark of Sisters In Business or any third party.

Send mail to sistersinbusiness@comcast.net with questions or comments about this web site
Copyright © 2006 Sisters In Business
Last modified: 09/04/12
Send mail to sistersinbusiness@comcast.net with questions or comments about this web site
Copyright © 2006 Sisters In Business
Last modified: 09/04/12