Overflow Coffee Bar - 5 Year Party

While the party is mostly about having fun, there are also a few ways to be inspired in your own world-changing endeavors:

- Guest speaker Marty Ozinga, IV, President of Ozinga Bros, Inc., will share some reflection on the importance of values-based business and its ability to change the world. Ozinga Bros is an American-owned, fourth-generation family business that continues to grow as the Midwest’s premier building materials provider.

- Brandon and Amanda Neely, owners of Overflow, will share some reflection on Overflow’s past, present, and future and lessons learned about making a difference locally and globally.

- Special, limited-edition products will be available for purchase on the night of the party. You can be one of the first to try a new blend of relationship coffee and more!

- The food, drink, raffle prizes, and giveaways are all provided by local businesses.  You might just discover your new favorite place to eat, drink, buy, and play!

Tickets are $25 in advance or $35 at the door.

Overflow Coffee - 5 Yr Party

April 02, 2016 at 7:30pm - 10pm
Overflow Coffee Bar, L3C
1550 S State St
Chicago, IL 60605
United States
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Overflow Coffee Bar · · 312-772-2356
$25.00 USD · Purchase tickets

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