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Free Training For Businesses

Posted by on September 6, 2013 - 1 Comment

Want to grow your bottom line? This is your chance!

If you are a business owner or manager, plan to “clock-in” for this, interactive training, taught by experts in disability – people with disabilities themselves.

Date: Thursday, Oct 10, 2013

Venue: Maggiano’s Little Italy, 4999 Old Orchard Ctr Ste A28, Skokie, IL (map)

Time: 8am – 9.30am

Duxler Complete Auto Care

 

Fifty-four million people nationwide have a disability, and individuals with disabilities make up the fastest growing minority in the country with a spending power of 200 billion+ annually.

While you’re sprucing up your disability awareness skills to benefit your bottom line, you’ll enjoy networking and a delicious, complementary Maggiano’s breakfast – all before the start of your busy day!   Duxler Complete Auto Care is the generous sponsor of the event and a business that wears disability aware customer service and employment with pride.  Hear what Duxler has to say about how disability awareness benefits their business and the community they serve.

jjslist.com and New Foundation Center are teaming up with Duxler to host this very special event, which coincides with National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), held each October to raise awareness about disability employment issues and to celebrate the contributions of America’s workers with disabilities.

The breakfast training will celebrate Duxler’s achievement in earning the “jjslist.com Disability-Aware Business Seal of Approval”.

RSVPs are required for this event. Please RSVP for the Disability Awareness Training here.

To learn more about the Training, watch this short video.  To learn more about the jjslist.com Disability-Aware Business Seal of Approval, click here or contact Philister Sidigu at philister@jjslist.com or visit www.jjslist.com.

Questions?

Julie Yusim – julie@duxlertire.com

Eric Lindstrom – elindstrom@newfoundationcenter.org

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1 Comment

Sherry Healey says:
Sep 08, 2013

This is great! Thanks, Duxler for helping to make the Disability Awareness Training accessible to businesses with tight budgets. What a great topic for a Chamber of Commerce Luncheon or Breakfast meeting!

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