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sistersinbusiness@comcast.net                                                                                                                                                       Week of September 25, 2006


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  1. Building a Better Mouse Trap Not Enough Anymore, Woman's Way Treasa Newton, SIB Spotlight Sponsor

  2. A "Sneak Preview" to Showcase/Expo: Merchandise & Door Prizes See Here!

  3. Holiday Shopping Showcase Vendors Registration

  4. Sponsors Needed to Help Fund Showcase

  5. SIB Partner Katye Jones, Financial Subject Matter Expert (SME) at October 26th "Lunch & Learn"

  6. Got Power? Get Empowered. Gain Knowledge. Network.

  7. Fall Into Savings With SIB Special Offers!

  8. Breaking News: New SIB Client, MED Award

  9. Business News & Information: Women's Leadership Institute, Nautilus Awards, Minority Enterprise Development (MED), United Way

  10. Cheri Hudgins, Sister of the Month-September 2006

  11. SIB Seeks to Empower Women to Be Healthy! Introducing Felicia Wilson, SIB Health/Fitness Writer  (Editors Note Article Correction)

  12. SIBay:  Online Shopping Done Locally

  13. Thanks to Our "Holiday Shopping Showcase & Business Expo" Sponsors

  14. What Do You Need? SIB Business Clients Directory

  15. AYES! (Alternative Youth Employment Solutions) Youth In Business We Want You!

  16. Sisters In Business Client Advertisements

  17. Bizzy Bee Brief: Suggestions on Business Websites, FAQ, Business Card Use, Quote, Books, Fashions

  18. Sister-Girl Story: Words of Wisdom from Angie King About "Jack and Jill"  for Mothers in Business and More!

  19. SIB Training, Development, & Business Support

  20. Sisters In Business NAME (Networking, Advertising, Marketing, Empowerment) Services

  21. Cookie Dough For Sale!

SIB Spotlights Treasa Newton,

Partner and Sponsor of Showcase

Sisters In Business is proud to spotlight sponsor Treason Newton of Woman's Way Journal.  Woman's way is a very well read and loyally embraced publication which covers practically every area of interests for its readers.  It also covers well the all of Chattanooga along with seven surrounding counties.

In addition to being a very experienced business woman and publisher, Mrs. Treason is a woman who values relationship with other businesses, as evidenced by her "in-kind" support of Sisters In Business 1st Annual Holiday Shopping Showcase & Business Expo via her Woman's Way Journal.

"You've got to promote it.  Building a better mouse trap is not enough anymore.  "


Treasa Newton, Woman's Way Journal

It is always delightful to encounter a business woman who has a achieved a level of success, and still have in tack her sense of goodwill, good values, and good business ethics, which includes her taking the time share and/or mentor others who are also on the entrepreneurial path.  Mrs. Newton is indeed such a person.  She offers a wealth of business know-how and business savvy (intuition)  which makes sitting down and talking with her a real benefit and empowering.

In an interview Mrs. Newton stated, "I think something is needed for women in business, because many times women business owners are so wrapped up in putting the business together (i.e. planning for business cards, computers, etc.) that they don't realize there's the need to make their business visible, and to promote their business."

She went on to explain how, "It used to be said that if you 'build a better mouse trap and the world will beat a path to your door.'  Today, you've got to promote it [your business].  Building a better mouse trap is not enough anymore," she said.

Treason Newton is the December 2006 Subject Matter Expert (SME) for SIB's "Lunch & Learn".  To learn more about her business and career, read her SME profile by clicking here.

Sisters In Business promotes businesses using its Business NAME Strategy.  NAME is the acronym for SIB's Networking, Advertising, Marketing, and Empowering services.  To find out more about Sisters In Business visit us online at www.sistersinbusiness.net.

Sponsors Needed to Help Fund Showcase


Advertisers and Sponsors are needed to help support the Holiday Shopping Showcase & Business Expo.  This is an event that promotes women-owned and small businesses, while raising funds and food for the Chattanooga Community Kitchen.


Sponsors will be "spotlighted" and given recognition in print communications and verbal announcement throughout the event.  Sponsors will be recognized during media campaigns via television stations, news papers, trade journals,  and other communication channels whenever possible.  Sponsors will be given a company table at the tradeshow for use as needed with special signage with company name, and placed accordingly in top billing section of event program 


Sponsors and Advertisers will be highlighted on Sisters In Business Website, in Sisters In Business print newsletter distributed throughout Chattanooga and surrounding areas; as well as in Sisters In Business Online Newsletter published weekly via our website and through Email Marketing Campaigns, all of which has a target audience potential of over 60,000 people.  Sponsors/Advertisers will be distinguished by level of sponsorship and/or ad purchase, All sponsorships and ads will be placed accordingly as follows:


Platinum Level Sponsors----------------------$1,000   Full Page AD

Gold Level Sponsors-----------------------------$750  Half Page Ad

Silver Level Sponsors-------------------------------$500   Third Page AD

Bronze Level Sponsorship-----------------------------$250  Quarter Ad


General Advertisements-------------------------------------------------$100 Eighth Ad


SIB Pack "Flyers" - Quick, easy, and affordable way to advertise your business at the Holiday Showcase.----------------------------------------$25.00 Per Flyer


If you are interested in sponsoring or advertising for this event, or know of an individual/ business who may be interested, please email sistersinbusiness@comcast.net, or call 423.421.5646



Fall Into Savings With SIB Special Offers!


$50.00 Off SIB Client/Membership Fee for vendors in the Holiday Shopping Showcase.


$25.00 SIB Pack "Flyers"- A Quick, Easy, and Affordable way to advertise your business at the Holiday Showcase.


$25.00 Online Newsletter Advertisements.  Buy 3 general ads and get the fourth ad free.


Email sistersinbusiness@comcast.net, Or Call 423.421.5646 for more information.


Breaking News: New SIB Client, MED Award


Sisters In Business Welcomes  Darlene Houston of "Purse-sonals".


Sisters In Business welcomes New Business Client and SIB Network Member, Darlene Houston.  Darlene is the  business owner of "Purse-sonals" handbags. Darlene designs and custom makes beautiful crocheted handbags, with matching accessories.  Stay tuned  to find out more about this dynamic woman entrepreneur and her exquisite purses in upcoming issue of SIB Online Newsletter.





Sisters In Business Nominated for Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Award

Sisters In Business has been selected as a nominee for this year’s MED Week Awards Banquet to be held on Thursday, September 28, at 11:30 a.m. at the Chattanoogan.  The guest speaker is Mr. Victor Hogstrom. 

Sisters In Business is being applauded for its efforts amongst the achievements of local business owners listed in these five categories: Minority Business of the Year, Young Entrepreneur, Corporate, Service, and Trailblazer.


Business News & Information


Women Leadership Institute


Event Announcement: On September 28, 2006  Women's Leadership Institute Celebration A Leadership Address to the Community   Special Guest:   Wilma Mankiller, former Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation

Date: Thursday September 28, 2006
Time: 06:00 pm
Place: Chattanooga Convention Center
Cost: $1,250.00 Patron (includes prime seating for dinner, copies of Mankiller, A Chief and Her People, and free parking for 8)
  $650.00 Friend (includes dinner seating and copies of Mankiller, A Chief and Her People for 8)
  $45.00 Individual

Wilma Mankiller, former Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, will be in Chattanooga September 28th to deliver the second annual Leadership Address to the community, an event hosted by the Chattanooga Women's Leadership Institute.  She was the first female to head a major Native American tribe and we will learn from her experiences how she rose to leadership despite many obstacles.


Minority Enterprise Development (MED)

The 24th Annual MED Week Conference is September 28, 2006 at the Chattanoogan.  We are proud to have as our guest speaker, Mr. Victor Hogstrom, President & CEO of KCPT in Kansas City Missouri; he was formerly the President & CEO of WTCI in Chattanooga.  The tickets for the luncheon are $35.00 each.  Starting at 11:30 a.m.

United Way



 CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.United Way’s Center for Nonprofits is accepting applications for the organization’s second session of this year’s Board Diversity Program which starts October 21 with a retreat. The application deadline is October 2.

“The Board Diversity Program’s mission is to enhance our community by developing diverse, skilled leaders for service on nonprofit boards,” said Angie Hatcher Sledge, executive director for United Way’s Center for Nonprofits.

Applicants are solicited community wide. The goal is to identify a diverse pool of individuals who have the potential to assume leadership roles in the nonprofit sector. Candidates may self-nominate or be nominated by an individual or company. Call the Center for Nonprofits at 752-0300 for an application.

Nautilus Awards

The Nautilus Awards recipients along with the ATHENA Award recipient will be announced on Wednesday, October 25, 2006 at 11:30 a.m. in the Chattanoogan Ballroom, 1102 Broad Street.

To register for the Awards ceremony or for more information regarding the Nautilus and/or ATHENA Awards, contact Mandy Taylor at mtaylor@chattanoogachamber.com or (423) 763-4366, or visit www.chattanoogachamber.com







Girls Inc. Job Openings

Girls Inc. is expanding their programs and services to reach more girls, Girls Inc., and has several job openings.  They are actively recruiting full and part time staff who embrace our vision of better outcomes for girls in our community and share in our passion for inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold.  Click here for more information about job openings.

Cheri Hudgins, Sister of the Month-September 2006

Cheri Hudgins is a licensed Administrator of Rose of Sharon's Senior Villa and the manager of Sharon's Personal Care a BeautiControl Consultant. If you wish to learn how to relax in the comfort of your own home, then Cheri is the person you want to call. 

Cheri is available to do "Spa Parties" for special events, such as Bridal Showers, Ladies Night Out, or a special twist for a birthday party.  She will create an environment of relaxation while providing great information of how to care for you and your body. 

Visit Cheri online at www.sistersinbusiness.net where she can be found in the the SIB  Business Directory, and her own Business/Owner Webpage.


SIB Seeks to Empower Women to Be Healthy! Introducing Felicia Wilson, SIB Health/Fitness Writer

(We regret the error.  This article is being republished due to incompleteness in last week's issue.)


Sisters In Business is happy and proud to introduce Felicia D. Wilson, a certified Health & Fitness Instructor  Felicia as a column writer for Sisters In Business.  Felicia has been asked to share her expertise with SIB readers in an effort to help empower women to stay fit and healthy.

Felicia is married to Marcus D. Wilson.  They have very active 11 year old (Akina), nd 18 year old step daughter (DeAngela) and grandson. She was raised in a single parent home as the middle child of 3 girls.  She graduated from UTC (University of Tennessee @ Chattanooga) in 2000 with a BS degree in Psychology.  She is employed by UnumProvident and has worked for the last 6 years as a Senior Disability Benefit Specialist

Fitness has been apart of Felicia's life for over 10 years. She has been a certified instructor for 3 years.  She teaches aerobic and strength training classes during her lunch breaks at work.  Felicia began teaching a fitness classes at New United Church, and later started a fitness class at her current place of worship St. Elmo Missionary Baptist Church.

Felicia had struggled with coming up with a name and mission statement. Then she shared that the Holy Spirit spoke to her and gave her the word "Faith". Understanding that Faith is "the thing hoped for and the evidence of things not seen", Felicia began thinking about a person who has never worked out, yet having a desire to workout. She thought about how this person would need faith to know that the results will come with the work. 


"Well to make a long story short", said Felicia, the name of the class is "Faithful Fitness".  She explained that the fitness class' foundation is built on I Corinthian 9-19-20: "Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your body."


Felicia also shared that she gets great joy out of the class and having the ladies trust in the gift that God has given her to help them better themselves.  She feels that as her class is building up themselves, they are also building up the kingdom of God.


"I am so grateful and thankful to my wonderful husband and daughter. They share me unselfishly with not only the fitness ministry, but with our women's ministry and discipleship classes for our youth", Felicia said.


Look for the Sisters In Business Health and Fitness column written by "Faithful Fitness" Instructor Felicia Wilson starting in the month of October 2006.




SIB Business Clients Directory

Find the Business or Service You Need In The SIB Business Network

Look for doctors, accountants, aestheticians, real estate agent, investment brokers, virtual assistants, caterers, florists, and many other professional women-owned businesses in the Sisters in Business Network.  Needing a business or service?  Find the service provider you need at Sisters In Business.  Visit us online at www.sistersinbusiness.net

Click here to search for our business clients, partners, and their services, using our  Business Directory and Service Links


Sisters In Business works to promote, propel, and prosper those in/related to its network. 

Thank you for supporting the women-owned and small businesses in your community.


Sisters In Business Client Advertisements

The Floral Gallery

Mary Williams, Owner


Brighten up your room or any decor with the special floral designs from The Floral Gallery, owner Mrs. Mary Williams.

Specials for the month of August include Assorted Mixed Dish Gardens 8" Assorted Containers for $25.00.  Also 10% discount on all other orders through September.  Visit your "sister in business" Mrs. Mary William at the Floral Gallery "for all your floral needs".

1524 Dodds Avenue 

Chattanooga, TN  37406





My Store Page


"Flowers for your Floral Needs"





SIB Business Client Mrs. Mary Williams  Nominated for Chattanooga Chamber's ATHENA Award



Read a wonderful account of services rendered by Mrs. Mary Williams Chattanooga Police Department as explained in testimonial written by Mrs. Elsa Dotson on behalf of Mrs. Mary in support of her nomination for the ATHENA Award, please click here.

To find out more about the Athena Award click here.


Inner Glow Skin Care At Heavenly Styles Salon-Waxing By Dorothea Johnetta Johnson, Owner

"Tired of unwanted hair on your body?  Inner Glow Skin Care at Heavenly Styles Salon and Day Spa has your answer.  Have your unwanted hair removed by waxing.

Waxing is a way to have hair removed from your body.  It last longer than shaving every week because and the hair is removed straight from your hair follicle. 
Inner Glow Skin Care  is available to remove unwanted hair by waxing it from your eyebrows, lips, chin, sides of face, underarms, legs and bikini area.
Call now to schedule your appointment and receive a free lip wax with a eyebrow and chin wax.  Offer expire September 30, 2006.
Inner Glow Skin Care at Heavenly Styles Salon and Day Spa
3475 Brainerd Road, Suite 1
Chattanooga, TN 37411
423-290-5023 or 423-629-9272
Dorothea C. Johnson
Licensed Aesthetician


Sadie Smith

Call Sadie Smith of Skin Balm, Inc. at 423.296.1655. or visit WWW.YOURSKINSHELPER.COM


  Sadie Smith
  Skin Balm, Inc.

Phone: 423-296-1655

SIB Training, Development, & Business Support Services

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A "Sneak Preview" to Showcase

Merchandise, Door Prizes, & More!


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Click here to see updates to "Who & What " in the Showcase, including, Vendors, Merchandise, & Door Prizes!


SPONSORS NEEDED!  Please click here for more information.


Benefiting the Chattanooga Comunity Kitchen

SIB Partner Katye Jones, Financial SME at October 26th "Lunch & Learn"


SIB Network Client Katye Jones of Merrill Lynch will be the guest Subject Matter Expert (SME) at next month "Lunch & Learn" networking meeting. She will speak on "Smart Women Finish Rich" . She will also have a book to give away by the author of the book.



LOCATION: The Tallan Cellar in the Tallan Building Downtown Chattanooga, TN, located at the corner of Martin Luther King (MLK) Blvd and Chestnut inside the Tallan Building Chattanooga, TN 37402. Phone:, (423) 648-0880. Lunch will be available if so desired, not required, at a cost of $10.50 per person, and will begin 11:30 AM. Click here visit the Cellar Restaurant which also makes available its menu daily.


FREE PARKING: Nearby Day's Inn Rivergate has graciously allowed free parking for all luncheon attendees this day.

Please click here to see upcoming SIB SME's and SIB Networking Meetings. 


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Got Power?  

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Get Empowered.

Gain Knowledge. Network.


At Sisters In Business "Lunch & Learn" Meeting Thursday, October 26, 2006

at The Cellar restaurant in the Tallan Building.


The Cellar is located downtown Chattanooga at the corner of Martin Luther King (MLK) Blvd and Chestnut inside the Tallan Building Chattanooga, TN 37402. Phone:, (423) 648-0880. Lunch will be available if so desired, not required, at a cost of $10.50 per person, and will begin 11:30 AM. Click here visit the Cellar Restaurant which also makes available its menu daily.


FREE PARKING: Nearby Day's Inn Rivergate has graciously allowed free parking for all luncheon attendees this day.


Open to Public.

Come Meet and Greet!

Come Talk and Eat!

Hear a Brief Speech,

From an SME! (Subject Matter Expert)

Get Empowered!


SIBay Online Shopping Done Locally

If you enjoy selling or buying at the mall, consignment boutiques, upscale resale shops, classified ads, garage sales, or flee markets, you’re going to love SIBAY.  SIBay is sistersinbusiness.net’ online and offline shopping solution that , yes it's similar to “EBay”, but offers Chattanoogans the benefits of doing business online and in their own backyard.  What does that mean?  That means that the money you spend stays close to where you live, which helps to build the our business economy and local communities.  

What really is a plus is that SIBay offers the opportunity to build invaluable relationships between businesses and customers.  Having an online shopping portal in the neighborhood means you get to do “free” local calling about an item of interest, and even go by to see the merchandise before purchasing.  It’s exciting to see the E*Commerce take life like this on a local level!

Got merchandise?  Need merchandise? Buy and Sell @ SIBay, Sisters In Business'  online shopping solution.  SIBay is an online showcase of items for sell in the local community, where customers and businesses can meet. 



To learn more visit our SIBay Online Shopping or to advertise on SIBay, please  contact SIBay Customer Service  at 423.421.5446.  Click here to go to the SIBAy Online Shopping Portal.


Thanks to Our "Holiday Shopping Showcase & Business Expo" Sponsors 













SPONSORS NEEDED!  Please click here for more information.



AYES! (Alternative Youth Employment Solutions)



That's AYES!  Sisters In Business has a passion for youth, and also wish for them to discover their potential to do business as young business entrepreneurs.  That's why the Sisters In Business Holiday Shopping Showcase & Business Expo 2006 has allotted a limited number of  tables for young folk (15-21) who may wish to do  business and showcase their talent and skills. Do you know a young person who has marketable skills?  Do they show the potential of being in a junior business?  Maybe they are good at word processing, or other office applications, provide computer training or computer technical support, can sing, dance, or do dramatizations for special occasions, create dynamic drawings and wonderful paintings, knit or crochet beautiful blankets, braid hair, has baby sitting service, write story/poetry books, or tutor children. 

Maybe you, or someone you know, could help sponsor such a youth on this day. Why not help some young person develop their talents and abilities and show them how their skills are a marketable resource that could help sustain and financially support them in life if/when needed.  Get their business plan, display, and business cards ready, and coach them that day as they explore the world of entrepreneurship and business commerce. 

Click here to learn more about SIB's "YOUTH IN BUSINESS" and AYES page.

Please consider being a mentor to children whenever you can.  Thank you!.

Email us here to request more information about Youth In Business.




Bizzy Bee Brief

by Tekelia C. Kelly



Business Website


Where business meets technology.



Business Q/A

Question: The following question was sent in by one of our readers.  We'd like to hear you answers as well.  

"Once you have started a business, what is a good way to build clientele and keep clientele?"  


Click here to give your answer that we'll share it in our next issue. 



Click here to ask your questions). We'd love to hear from you.  :>)




Business Quote

Everything about business comes down to PEOPLE. Where in business can we escape the impact of human care, human creativity, human commitment, human frustration, and human despair? There is no reason for anything in business to exist if it does not serve the needs of people.

Bruce Cryer, Re-Engineering the Human System


Business Card Use

Include a line about what you do



Business Book/Magazine

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Business Fashions Find



Fashions by www.barriepace.com

Sister-Girl Story


This Sister-Girl Story was sent in by Angie King of Chattanooga, TN

"This week I am at the Jack and Jill sale at Eastgate. It is a great place to get some great resale kids clothes.

I don’t see as wide of an ethnic base at these shows.  I would think every parent could benefit from cheaper clothes for the kids. So tell everyone you know about the www.JackandJillSale.com show at East gate. I try to spread the word because we all can use a help with that kids clothing budget. They just grow so fast.

I have already picked up a train table and a Lego table and got tons of winter clothes at the last one I went to. I even got tons of name brand stuff (even though I don’t shop at the stores originally). You never know what you will find."




Send in Your "Sister-Girl" Story (Seeking 'words of wisdom" from wise women who care to share the benefits of their experiences, in order to help develop girls, women, and "sisters in business", and even the boys and men in our community.)  Send your story to sistersinbusiness@comcast.net  (Stories are in the queue.  Stay tuned.)


Community Connections

Sisters In Business is a proud Sponsor of the Chattanooga Premier Stage Production "Crowns" by Regina Taylor. Directed by Karl D'Wayne Gardner.



Click here for more info.  Or call 423.421.5646




Interested in sponsoring this event.  Please contact Karl Gardner at email www.karldgardner@aol.com or phone (404)735-5282.



The 24th Annual MED Week Conference is September 28, 2006 at the Chattanoogan.  We are proud to have as our guest speaker, Mr. Victor Hogstrom, President & CEO of KCPT in Kansas City Missouri; he was formerly the President & CEO of WTCI in Chattanooga.  The tickets for the luncheon are $35.00 each.  Starting at 11:30 a.m.

Dallas Bay Women's Ministry Presents the


Friday and Saturday, September 29 and 30

Friday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Doors open 30 minutes early each day

$10 includes lunch

Contact Amy at 774-4577 or

Church Office at 842-9299

 Childcare not provided.

Nursing mothers welcome.

Cookie Dough For Sale.  Call 423.421.5646


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