Women business owners gather at Alayne White in Bristol


Nearly 50 women gathered at Alayne White (the spa and wellness center owned by Alayne White) for the first-ever "Superchick Bristol Women-Owner-Business" luncheon on Monday. Ms. White organized and hosted the event as a way for Bristol's women business owners — believe it or not, there are about 75!  — as well as women in key organizational leadership roles, to network, collaborate and learn.

Participants were asked to bring a small appetizer dish (along with the recipe), and those recipes will be used in a "super cool" fund-raising recipe book. The lunchtime event also doubled as an open house of sorts for the new Alayne White location at 11 Constitution St.


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