With Guest Speaker/Vision Trainer Shawn Fair

June 27, 2013; FARMINGTON HILLS, MI: On September 18, 2013, the Sherrie Handrinos Foundation will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Handrinos launching her first network marketing company by launching a series of special training sessions for new small business owners at the Happy’s Pizza Corporate Office (30201 Orchard Lake Rd. Suite 200 Farmington Hills, MI 48334) from 7-9pm.  The training session will aim to help new small business owners take their businesses to the next level. Sherrie will train on how to start a new business, overcome obstacles, fears and concerns upon launching your new business and immediately following keynote speaker, Shawn Fair will do a Vision and Goal Setting Training for all attendees.

At the age of nineteen and with only six months invested in the company Arbonne International, Handrinos became not only the fastest, but the youngest person to achieve the level of Executive Regional Vice President in the company’s 23-year history. Handrinos founded her marketing company, Boost 1 Marketing, in January 2009, where she works with many different types of clients such as professional athletes, franchise companies and other national brands, creating brand awareness, marketing campaigns and public relation services.

Shawn Fair has coached and trained individuals as well as large companies across the nation on how to create and achieve your vision.  Fair currently is the Director of National Training, Motivational Speaker, Leadership and Management Development for CRDN, Bizzie and founder of the Fit 4 Hoops Foundation.  Fair will spend time training attendees on vision, leadership and goal setting.

The Sherrie Handrinos Foundation was launched in 2012 with a main focus of offering business coaching to small business owners launching their companies along with assistance and guidance to create and launch other nonprofit foundations.

“Usually, you’ll find me helping a client or another foundation through my marketing company, but this foundation is a passion of mine that has a purpose close to my heart,” said Handrinos, owner and founder of Boost 1 Marketing. “Someone helped me launch my first business 10 years ago, and it’s my duty to give back and help those who are not in the situation I was once in.”

The training on September 18 will raise funds for the Sherrie Handrinos Foundation, enabling the foundation to give new business owners grants and financial assistance in the hardest stage of their business: the beginning. Throughout the year, the foundation will offer small business owners consulting, seminars, clinics, workshops, etc. to gain direction and knowledge of best business practices and ethics.

Tickets for the business training session are $35 and can be purchased at www.sherriehandrinosfoundation.org. Online ticket registration will close on September 12, 2013. Registration at the event will begin at 6:30 p.m. on September 18th. The training session will start at 7:00 p.m. and conclude at 9:00 p.m.

About Sherrie Handrinos

Handrinos graduated from Wayne State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management and Marketing. Handrinos is an active member and on the board of the Detroit Sports Broadcasting Association as well as other non-profit organizations throughout the city of Detroit. She has been recognized nationally for her success in Collegepreneur Magazine for being one of the nation’s most successful young entrepreneurs, growing her business while in college as well as being the first female to ever take the cover story in Spring 2008.

Over the past four years, Sherrie has helped raise over $500,000 for various foundations and charitable organizations across Metro Detroit. Upon reaching the level of success she has with her own company, she decided to start her own foundation to help others, like her, who are young entrepreneurs hoping to start a business, but don’t have the financial means to do so. With the Sherrie Handrinos Foundation, she will be able to help others begin to work on their own goals of launching their own business.