After Hours Sponsored by the Red Bank Council

Joseph Waller

Held the third Thursday of every month from 5 to 7 p.m., the Chamber's After Hours brings business people together for an evening of networking and refreshments.

October's After Hours is sponsored by the Red Bank Council and held at the Red Bank Community Center.

The Red Bank Council also hosts a silent auction with proceeds going to The Family Justice Center of Red Bank.

More location information and registration here.

Sponsor: Pratt Home Builders 

Probably the most important thing a home builder can have is a name that people trust. Pratt Home Builders has worked hard for over 15 years to build the reputation as Chattanooga’s best home builder – and why over 1,200 families have trusted them with the construction of their home.

Pratt earned their reputation through hard work, ethical business practices and a genuine care for customers. Pratt Home Builders has quickly grown to include a team of construction, design and project professionals that are known to be the best in the business. The end result is the best home, built by professionals who give a guaranteed price, a firm close date and an excellent product.

In the past 15 years, Pratt Homes has been involved in over 45 communities and enjoys regional recognition such as being consistently identified as “The Best of the Best” in Chattanooga and by Builder Magazine as one of the top 200 builders in America.

The family-owned company is based on integrity and honesty which creates a sense of dependability. Each home has been thoughtfully designed with the customer’s lifestyle in mind and created with superior craftsmanship, all supported by a proactive customer service team that exceeds the industry standard.

Caterer: The Meeting House

Established in Nov. 2014 in the oldest building in Red Bank, The Meeting House is committed to providing Red Bank with the best cup of coffee in town. Their passion is threefold – coffee, food and people. They nourish the body with the highest quality food and drink, while nourishing the soul with creativity, conversation and community. The Meeting House coffeehouse is designed to inspire creative dialogue, brainstorming sessions and relationships. Meeting House proudly serves locally roasted Mad Priest Coffee.

Event: Speed networking

Speed networking – like speed dating, you'll meet others in the room for networking. Prompts include: name, company, three services/products you provide and ideal/existing clients.

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