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Renee Flores

Time Warner Cable Business Class (TWCBC) is a sponsor of NAWBO San Antonio because we understand the importance that entrepreneurs have in our local economy.

Time Warner Cable Business Class’ emphasis is on the Small/Medium size business and to help them grow their business.

Any business who wants to grow needs to leverage technology to be more responsive to the market place as well as create an ever improving customer experience.

This will require business owners to build relationships with a service provider like TWCBC that delivers faster, reliable Internet speeds as well as provide traditional voice services and quality TV offerings.

TWCBC and I look forward to continue this partnership and support.

Save The Date

Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Member Orientation

La Madeline

Thursday, August 25, 2016
Women Mean Business BREAKFAST
The Petroleum Club

Saturday, March 25, 2017
Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards
Sonterra Country Club

Propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power
worldwide by:

 •  Strengthening the wealth creating capacity of our members and promoting
    economic development within the entrepreneurial community
 •  Creating innovative and effective change in the business culture
 •  Building strategic alliances, coalitions and affiliations
 •  Transforming public policy and influencing opinion makers

The right place to further
your business… and yourself.

A NAWBO membership offers women-owned businesses a national and local platform to tap into the power of an already established community of women entrepreneurs. NAWBO-SA is about your company’s success in finding the right resources, connections, or even perspective to help take your business to the next level.

An investment in a NAWBO membership provides a portfolio of benefits that propel business growth and fuel personal and professional development. NAWBO is an unparalleled resource for women entrepreneurs seeking to navigate the various stages of business growth. Join us at our next event to learn more about NAWBO-SA, be it celebrating San Antonio’s Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards, mentoring a teen woman through Entrepreneurial Connections, becoming a Million Dollar Roundtable member, or participating in our Executive Partner Program to further support your fellow business owners. However you wish to participate and connect, our focus is on your future business success. 

Interested in supporting women-owned
businesses in San Antonio?

NAWBO-SA invites corporations to form a strategic alliance with the only organization that represents exclusively the interests of San Antonio’s 53,000+ women entrepreneurs. By supporting NAWBO you have a unique opportunity to build a strong and fiercely loyal brand platform, support the growth and success of San Antonio’s network of women entrepreneurs, and become a part of a dynamic community of women dedicated to building a legacy of entrepreneurial excellence.

We offer numerous ways to connect with women businesses through partnerships and sponsorship opportunities including the Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards and Entrepreneurial Connections.

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             IN THE SPOTLIGHT           

August 2016 Member Spotlight
Tammy Vick Mowles
SPIRIT Halloween Stores

Halloween has always been a favorite time of the year for Tammy, but when a friend approached her about joining a new business venture that centered on the holiday, she became a true Halloween enthusiast! Tammy and her Spirit Halloween Superstores business partners, both women as well, have celebrated all things spooky, fun and “spirited” about Halloween for 15 years. This season the trio will open 19 Spirit Halloween stores across South Texas, spreading ghostly, ghouly All Hallows’ Eve fun from San Marcos through to the Rio Grande Valley. 

After spending August through November of each year focused on ghouls and goblins, you’d think that Tammy would want to take a break from any sort of holiday activity, but in 2014, she started spreading the sparkle of Christmas with more than two million holiday lights glimmering and gleaming along two miles of scenic, historic ranchland. Christmas Light Fest includes holiday light displays, hayrides and a Santa’s Village bustling with holiday fun and flavors beginning Thanksgiving night and continuing through New Year’s Eve at Don Strange Ranch, just 20 minutes from La Cantera off IH-10 West, exit 533, at 103 Waring Welfare Road in Boerne.

Before jumping head-first in holiday fun, Tammy worked in marketing, advertising and management. A graduate of Southwestern University in Georgetown, she is active in her church, Cibolo Creek Community Church, and volunteers with both Hospice and the Children’s Bereavement Center.

Tammy and her husband live in Fair Oaks and Midland. She has a son and daughter and two stepsons. When she’s not buried in orange and black or red and green, you can find her cheering for her son on the baseball field or helping plan her daughter’s upcoming 2017 wedding.


Organization for Professional Women Business Owners | NAWBO-SA

Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards

Entrepreneurial Connections - Fostering The Entrepreneurial Dream

Organization for Professional Women Business Owners | NAWBO-SA