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Boss Babes in the Boro



STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIC LUSK

Boss Babes in the Boro is a women’s monthly networking group who meet at various locations throughout Murfreesboro to network, share leads and support other women in business. The “babes” typically meet the first Thursday of each month. This particular gathering took place at Simply Pure Sweets on N Walnut Street off the square,

After a time of networking and catching up with one another, the ladies went around the room introducing themselves and explaining their businesses. This eclectic group of entrepreneurs include boutique owners, hairstylists, photographers, influencers and others.

The group was started late last year and has grown to have quite a large number of businesses attend their networking meetings.

For more information, visit Boss Babes in the Boro on Facebook.

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