The Fall 2019 Tiger Network event took its show on the road to Jeffersontown in late October. The afternoon was filled with great conversations and a chance for several classmates to reconnect. Many Tigers had a chance to meet for the first time to discuss family, business opportunities, and new hobbies. Special thanks to John Disselkamp and First Class Commercial Cleaning for hosting this meet up.
Stay tuned for the next Tiger Network event announcement!
In June the weather heats up and the Tiger Network gets together! 15 Tigers came together to network, meet for the first time or taking the afternoon to catch up with friends. Take a look at some of the pictures from the event below.
The next Tiger Network event will be announced soon!
A great discussion took place between St. X Alumni on Thursday, September 27th, at the Roosters on Bardstown Road.
Tigers discussed their own businesses, personal goals, and offered assistance to refer and help fellow Tigers with their professional ambitions. The ambition for The Tiger Network is alive and well! Alumni helping Alumni take advantage of the tremendous network provided by our shared experience as Tigers!
Next Tiger Network event is Thursday, December 6th, 11:30-1 @ Spring Street Bar & Grill (300 Spring Street) $10
The small but mighty-fun group of Tiger Alumni met right across the street from the high school at Tim Tam Tavern this past Thursday evening. Alumni took advantage of great drink prices and delicious appetizers as they reconnected after many years or met for the first time. Join us at the next Tiger Network event, more details to come.
The second Tiger Network event of 2018 (held at Workshop in Butchertown) included ample time for networking and entertaining conversation as the group discussed business goals and busted brackets.
Several attendees mentioned that they would love to see a more accessible way to spread the word about the event over social media. While the Tiger Network has grown in its short one year history, their is still much room for expansion and increased alumni involvement.
Eric Gunderson (Class of 1990) led the group and promoted its many benefits – reconnecting with old friends, making new ones, or gathering contacts for anything from new business prospects to contacts for home services.
If you want to learn more about how to get involved with The Tiger Network, visit thetigernetwork.com.
The Tiger Network held its third event with approximately 20 alumni at the DiOrio’s on Baxter Avenue. When the Tigers weren’t enjoying pizza (and a couple of beers), they were able to network and reconnect with old classmates and new friends. By coupling great food and potential business opportunities this networking group has continued to grow.
The next Tiger Network event will be held at WorkShop 1205 E. Washington Street in Butchertown.
Our first networking event took place September 27th, 2017, and went off without a hitch!
The event started and ended on time, with members from a variety of Tiger alumni classes and a good cross section of professions represented.
Alumni owning or representing businesses including insurance firms, home services companies and non-profit organizations were in attendance. They networked, enjoyed lunch and presented their 60 second “commercials” explaining why they wanted to associate with other Tigers – whether it be to promote their business or just make new personal connections.