Joe Reilly is Speaking at Chamber Luncheon on 11/1/12

Not Your Average Joe’s – Business Luncheon

Date: November 1, 2012 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

The Chamber’s luncheon’s continue to focus on sharing business stories that can help others learn from those that have worked hard and succeeded.  November 1st is a great program focused on two of our long term Chamber members, Joe Stoebner (Chairman and Founder of AVI Systems ) and Joe Reilly (CEO of Payroll Control Systems).

This program will give attendees insight into how these two CEO’s have operated their companies in good times and bad – but in the end have succeeded.  Both have amazing stories of managing growth, struggles with the economy – including having 138 of one’s clients go out of business during the down turn, and what has made them successful.  Bring your questions and a notepad to learn from these “Not your Average Joe’s!”

LOCATION: Olympic Hills Golf Club, 10625 Mount Curve Road, Eden Prairie

COST: $25 for Members & their guests / $40 for Non-members

Registration: Click here to Register | or call (952)-944-2830 

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Joe Stoebner is the Chairman and Founder of AVI Systems and some of his many responsibilities include acquisitions and long range planning.  Joe Stoebner started AVI Systems in Bismarck, ND in 1974 as an audio visual equipment supplier. To this day, he continues to build the reputation of AVI Systems as a premier systems integrator of audio, video, broadcast, presentation and video conferencing systems regionally and nationally.  AVI has over 300 employees and over $110 million in revenue.

 

Joe Reilly is the CEO of Payroll Control Systems.  He founded PCS in 1995 because he recognized that the market for outsourcing payroll and related services in the 1990s was suffering from a lack of service, despite growing demand.  He currently has 5 offices with over 40 employees, with over 1300 clients in all 50 states.

 


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