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2019 BOB Awards Party

Join us at this years’ BOB Awards Rockin’ ‘50s celebration on March 14th in Concord. Shake, rattle and roll at the most talked about bash of the season. This is a great opportunity to network with the best businesses in the state while enjoying food, fun, cocktails and rock ‘n’ roll.

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