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    Annual Sip & Stroll,
    Old Town Cottonwood
     

    February 14, 2021 -
    1–5pm Tickets are $45 each at OldTown.org

    Adults only event, ages 21 and up, alcohol will be served!

    Sip, savor, shop and stroll through charming Historic Old Town Cottonwood on this magical evening to remember, the annual Valentine’s Day Sip and Stroll. You will receive a complimentary glass, wine tasting, along with a special sweet treat at each participating venue. It's the perfect way to spend Valentine’s Day!

    Beginning at 1 pm, collect your glass at Small Batch Wine & Spirits (1044 North Main Street / Old Town Square, Cottonwood Arizona), your ticket, map, swag bag, and start your Sip & Stroll at any of the participating locations.

    3 Kings Kasbar

    Burning Tree Cellars   

    COLT 804 Grill  

    Fojol Brothers

    Merkin Vineyards   

    Small Batch Wine & Spirits 

    Tantrum Wines

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    Ken is a former executive leader and current EOS Implementer® and Executive Business Coach. He uses the diversity and depth of his leadership experience to help CEOs, Business Owners, and Executives become better leaders, making better decisions, and delivering better results, both personally and professionally.

    Whether by implementing the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®), through individual coaching, or team effectiveness work, the unifying principle is that of awareness. The highest performing leaders use keen awareness to do three things consistently:

    They step away from their day-to-day responsibilities in order to think about and focus *on* the business rather than *in* it.
    They connect with other leaders in similar roles and share learnings to help each other make important, more informed decisions.
    They constantly seek outside perspectives for new and innovative ideas to bring into their businesses.
    Ken’s unique ability to connect with others, help them reflect objectively, and confront challenges with courage leads to positive results in business and at home.

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