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Live Capitalized: Dinner is Served

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You don’t have much time left! Baton Rouge’s dinner party of the year is closing registration on September 7. Around the Table, presented by East Baton Rouge Parish School System, places participants in different homes across the Baton Rouge Area for an evening of conversation and connections in the setting of home dinner parties.

Capturing the Community: Erika Marbry

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The Baton Rouge Area is rich with thinkers, doers and dreamers adding to the Baton Rouge story every day. Some choose to capture these moments and memories in a single image. This is Erika Marbry’s view of Baton Rouge.

Rebuilding through the Rebirth Fund

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Last summer Louisiana experienced historic flooding that largely affected the nine-parish Baton Rouge region. Many homes and businesses were damaged by the flooding. To assist small business owners during the recovery of their businesses, the Louisiana Small Business Rebirth Fund was created.

August Ambassador Spotlight

James Stodd

BRAC Ambassadors serve as advocates of BRAC’s work, helping with lead generation, retention efforts, networking and promotion. Each month, BRAC highlights one of these ambassadors. This month, meet James Stodd.

Live Capitalized: Fanning the Flames

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Look out Louisiana, we just got a new music festival, and it’s gonna be HOT. Flambeau Festival 2017 features a lineup of country and classic rock superstars, like Hank Williams Jr., Sam Hunt and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

August Young Professional Spotlight

Eric Garcia

Each month, BRAC highlights a young professional in the Baton Rouge Area who is helping to shape our community. Meet this month’s young mover and shaker, Eric Garcia.

Capturing the Community: R.D. Mira

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The Baton Rouge Area is rich with thinkers, doers and dreamers adding to the Baton Rouge story every day. Some choose to capture these moments and memories in a single image. This is R.D. Mira’s view of Baton Rouge.

“Okay, but do you ever have to solve for x?”

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That question was posed by a student in Gretna, LA, to a project manager with a construction company in Mandeville, LA, at the end of a virtual guest speaking session called Angles in the Real World. 

August Investor Spotlight

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Each month, BRAC highlights one of its investors in the Investor Spotlight. Meet Lee Jenkins of Performance Contractors, Inc.

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