The Friday Networking Lunch is a donor supported non-profit organization.   Contributions from the Friday Networking Lunch Sponsors were used to develop this site and are being used to cover ongoing maintenance costs.

Donations of any size are always appreciated and will be put to good use.
Those individuals or businesses donating $100 or more are considered official sponsors for 12 full months following the receipt of their donation.

As a way to recognize and thank sponsors for their generosity, each sponsor receives their own FNL page to let you know more about them and the services they provide.  The Friday Networking Lunch Sponsors also receive recognition on our Meetup page and elsewhere from time to time.

Sponsoring Members

Andy Garcia
Andy GarciaHigh Touch Technologies
Anthony Blackshear
Anthony BlackshearAlpha Solar
Benny Martinez
Benny MartinezQualTel Communications, Inc.
Christine Gerhard
Christine GerhardCentury 21 Northside
Dean Bentle
Dean BentleBentle Consulting
DiAnne Ramsbacher
DiAnne RamsbacherCentury 21 Northside
Don Varney
Don VarneyVarney Speaks
Doug Holland
Doug HollandBoxDrop Mattress & More
Eric Meyer
Eric MeyerSouth Texas Sport Court
Greg Palomino
Greg PalominoCRE8AD8
Jeff Webber
Jeff WebberJJJ Investing Services
Jennifer Dean
Jennifer DeanPuroClean
Kenny Sugarman
Kenny SugarmanRiteway Service Company
Kevin Dykman
Kevin DykmanTexas Freshrain
Louis Vetrano
Louis VetranoLouis Vetrano Law
Luciane Kranz
Luciane KranzPermanent Foundation Solutions
Preston Clark
Preston ClarkA-Spark Advertising & Marketing
Stan Sweeney
Stan SweeneyGold Partners
Steve Breazeale
Steve BreazealeUSHEALTH Advisors
Victor Rodriguez
Victor RodriguezKustom Construction

Why Support FNL?

Small businesses are the life blood of our local economy.  Many of these small businesses do not have an advertising budget and instead rely on networking and word of mouth referrals as their primary method of bringing in new clients.  The Friday Networking Lunch is an important resource to these small business professionals.   When you attend the FNL or make a charitable contribution to support the FNL, you are actually supporting small businesses and the local economy.

The mark of a good conversationalist is not that you can talk a lot. The mark is that you can get others to talk a lot. Thus, good schmoozer’s are good listeners, not good talkers.

Guy Kawasaki

Networking is not a part-time or occasional exercise. Everywhere we go, we haven an opportunity to network with others.

Timothy M. Houston

Leaders empower individuals by building trust and coaching competence in their job roles and networking skills.

Kenneth H. Blanchard