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Member firms represent an exclusive business classification, which is determined by the member’s primary product or service. Member firms do not compete against each other. If your type of business is not currently represented in the group, you may be eligible for membership.

Member firms must have been operating for a minimum of three years. They are a leader in their field with unquestionable credentials, and have a solid reputation for quality and high business ethics.

Each member firm is represented by its owner, CEO, or if headquartered outside of the Treasure Coast market, a key manager or other executive decision maker.  The member of TCEA must be able to make purchasing decisions for their company.

The key to our success is built upon regular meeting attendance and active participation in sharing and generating leads for the group.  Meetings are held every other Thursday morningfrom 7:15 – 8:30 for a business breakfast, with a follow up “social meeting” that evening from 5:30 to 7:30.  Members are required to attend at least 50% of the weekly breakfast meetings and 50% of the evening socials each quarter.

The breakfast meeting includes: a business update by the President of the group, followed by brief introductions by each business person present.  The main focus of the meeting is a 30-minute feature presentationabout a fellow member’s business.  The meeting ends promptly at 8:30. That evening, the presenting member hosts the social at the firm's place of business or at a local restaurant. We believe it is the evening events where the bonds of friendship are made that will last a lifetime.

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