INDIANAPOLIS – Rainmakers, Indiana’s fastest growing business networking association announced Jeff Fawbush will take over leadership of the Southport Morning advisory board. In this role he will provide direction and coordination of the activities of the Southport group as well as providing advice and feedback to the Rainmaker management team.
Jeff is replacing Neil Richmund who is starting a new hub on the northwest side of Indianapolis next month.
“I’m excited to have been asked to lead this important event for Rainmakers,” said Fawbush. “It has been a favorite networking meeting of mine for several months and I have a great foundation to build on because of Neil’s success here.”
Supporting Jeff is an advisory board comprised of representatives of Rainmakers members from a variety of industries. Board members include: Julie Carson of Imagebuilders, Elijah Montgomery of Indiana Plumbing & Drain, Karen Ratliff of State Farm Insurance, Andy Gaston of Primerica Financial Services, Rodney Mann of Miami Accounting, Meredith Van Ausdal of Maintenance Engineering, Ltd., Leeann Kearley of Met Life Bank, and Jim Shireman of Dant Insurance Company.
Jeff Fawbush and the rest of the Southport Morning board are responsible for coordinating the activities of the meeting held on the second Thursday of every month, from 7:30am until 9am. The meetings are held at the Fireside Brewhouse located at 997 E. County Line Road.
About Jeff Fawbush:
Jeff Fawbush is a Financial Consultant with AXA Advisors, LLC. His practice offers fee-based financial planning services, full brokerage investment services including fee based investment management, small business retirement plans, and life insurance services. He holds a Retirement Planning Specialist designation from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and is licensed with the Indiana Long Term Care Partnership. You may visit his website at www.jefffawbush.myaxa-advisors.com.
Founded in 2002, Rainmakers is a business-to-business professional networking organization which is committed to helping individuals, meet, learn and grow. Today, Rainmakers has more than 1,500 members and is the fastest growing organization of its kind in the state. For more information go to: www.gorainmakers.com.
CONTACT: Tony Scelzo