Some Questions & Answers About Trinity Positive Business Network

 

What is Trinity Positive Network? – We are a group of business professionals located in and around the West Pasco County area that network together to help build and grow our businesses and help other members grow their business by referrals.

Do you have a fee to become a member? – The fee is $50 for the year, though our meetings are open to business professionals in the area and you do not have to be a member of the co-op to come to them.

When does Trinity Positive Business Network meet? – We meet every Monday at 8:30am at the Oasis Coffee Spot, 9215 Little Rd., Port Richey, FL 34668 (corner of Little Rd & Embassy Blvd.)

Is TPBN “seat specific” or can more than one representative of an industry attend the breakfast and join? – We are open to any small business owner/home-based business owner. We are not “seat specific” and encourage any business owner who is serious about growing their business in our local marketplace to become a member of our networking group.

Is there a required number of weekly meetings I must attend to remain a member or attendee? -There is no attendance requirement. We meet every Monday morning unless it falls on a major holiday or the Oasis Coffee Spot is closed that day. We hope you can attend weekly as it will help you to become familiar with all the other members and what they have to offer the community. This enables all of us to be able to recommend each other to prospects/clients we meet and talk with during our normal course of business.

 

Members

book FAQ FAQ bookatsign 2Trinity Positive Business Network, Inc. members are professionals in their field.

We are a local co-op of professional men and women providing services in Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsbrough, Hernando counties.

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Our Mission

briefcase FAQ FAQ Briefcase Below is a brief summery of our mission statement.

  • Embodying a true entrepreneurial spirit
  • Hold each member to high ethical standards
  • To build and maintain a positive reputation in the West Pasco community

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The Community

pie-chart FAQ FAQ pie chartOne of our goals is to give back to the community that we live in and support.