MIXING BUSINESS AND PLEASURE: EAST COUNTY HALLOWEEN MIXER IS A SPIRITED SUCCESS

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October 30, 2010 (Rancho San Diego) - Gypsies, pirates and witches were among the costumed guests celebrating the season at LeTip's annual East County Halloween Mixer, held Thursday night at Cottonwood Golf in Rancho San Diego.  

Guests mixed, mingled and networked, also enjoying food, live music and dancing.  

 

Vendors with table space had opportunities to broadcast live five-minute segments on WS-radio, a popular internet radio station.

 

 

Valerie Harrison, president of the Rancho San Diego-Jamul Chamber of Commerce, made an "enchanting" appearance in an orange witch's hat.

 

"Your Best blind date ever" is a slogan often touted by the representatives of Express Blinds, who came clad in hippie attire, while another eager vendor was all ears for her customers.

 

Prizes were awarded for best costumes and a drawing was held for door prizes.

 

One business couple gave new meaning to the term "corporate raiders."

 

By the end of the evening, those present had made many valuable contacts, while enjoying a festive time--even if some participants were doggone tired!