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April 2017

SSL Lipstick Power Lunch – Boca – Delray

April 18 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Pavilion Grille, 301 Yamato Rd #1201
Boca Raton, FL 33431 United States
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Be sure to pre-registered for the raffle to win a $20 gift card to Pavilion Grille. Join SSL Lipstick Power Lunch – Boca-Delray at Pavilion Grille where our keynote speaker, Gail Nichols, presents Why And How To Become Your Own Bank. Suits, Stilettos and Lipstick (SSL) is a sisterhood of supportive, heart-centered, spirited women that want to live life to the fullest. We are SASSY (Smart, Assertive, Strategic, Selfless and Young-at-Heart) women. Lipstick Power Lunch gives women an opportunity to connect at a deeper level in an intimate setting while having fun and learning from top professionals in fields of women’s health, business and personal development.

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SASSY Connection – Boca – Delray

April 25 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Kapow Noodle Bar, 431 Plaza Real
Boca Raton, FL 33432 United States
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Join SASSY Connection – Boca - Delray at Kapow Noodle Bar. Suits, Stilettos and Lipstick (SSL) is a sisterhood of supportive, heart-centered, spirited women that want to live life to the fullest. We are SASSY (Smart, Assertive, Strategic, Selfless and Young-at-Heart) women. SASSY Connection gives women an opportunity to connect at a deeper level while having fun.

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Deborah Dedek

SASSY Community – Boca – Delray President

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Owner, Dedekation, Inc.
Owner, BTA Companies, Inc.

Deborah Dedek has been connecting people with business and connecting people in business for over 20 years. As a 30 + year resident of South Florida, she has created an interwoven structure of business leaders, organizations and charitable groups throughout the tri­-county area and beyond.

Deborah has forged alliances with many of today’s important organizations, charities and business leaders. They know her. They know the work ethic she aspires to and most importantly, they know what she stands for.

Being a single mom of a child with cerebral palsy has taught Deborah valuable lessons. She has learned that you must reach out and give back to the community that has helped you. Also, that success in business often starts and comes from the heart. She has said many times, “You need to do the right thing and let that be your guide.”

Doing the right thing has come back to help Deborah many times over. She truly is so much more than just a professional. She is a true person. That reputation has taken her this far and will only be an extreme asset to any one that chooses to become her client or ally.