CCO “Living Outside The Box” Event Is Filled To Capacity


Mike Stepto “Living Outside The Box” Speaker

(Tucker Publishing joins the City-County Observer as a co-sponsor of this event)

Steve Hammer the Chairman of the “Living Outside The Box” speaker series announced the sponsors of this event will be the City-County Observer and Tucker Publishing. This event will be held on Wednesday, June 26th in the private room at Pangea Kitchen at noon. This event is filled to capacity.

We orginally planned to make this event an invitation only but it got out of control when we started to receive many requests from interested people that wanted to attend this event. We originally planned to invite 20 guest but it quickly mulipulyied to 40 guests.  Even more amazing is we now have a waiting list around 23 people who want to attend the next “Living Outside The Box” speaker series event.

This month features speaker is Mike Stepto career spans over 25 years with the iconic Evansville family business, the Pet Food Centers.

Mr Stepto is the the President and CEO of Pet Food Center a regional Pet Retail Chain.will be the City-County Observer and Tucker Publishing  “Living Outside The Box” speakers series on June 26, 2019 at PANGEA restaurant.

Mike Stepto earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Occupational Safety and Health at Murray State University Murray, Kentucky. earned his Associate of Arts Degree at Kemper Military School and College in Boonville, MO. Mr. Stepto and his family are member of St. Benedict Catholic Church.

He’s a supporter of numerous charities; Vanderburgh Humane Society, Tri-State MS Society, PC Pound Puppies, It takes a Village, Memorial High School Athletics, Vanderburgh County 4-H, Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America and a member of the Knight of Columbus Chapter 12541, Holy Redeemer.

Mike Stepto is married to Tiffany Nunn Stepto and they have two children, Alan Michael a Junior at Memorial High school and Phoebe who attends St Ben’s Catholic school.

Event Chairman Steve Hammer stated “that our monthly speaker series will focus on home grown businesses successes and challenges. Mr. Hammer says; “Living Outside The Box” speakers series will feature unique and insightful stories of success and perseverance from prominent business leaders that tend to fly under the public radar.”

Hammer also added; “We understand that there are a lot of successful entrepreneurs who, because of economic, technological, or political challenges, have experienced a negative impact on their businesses.”   “We are going to actively search for local business people who went through economic adversity due to bureaucratic restrictions, governmental intervention, or increased competition, but had the good business sense to “Living Outside The Box” to allow their products or services to continue to thrive. We also hope that this will turn out to be a great resource for local developing businesses.”

For additional information concerning our next ‘Living Outside The Box” speaker event please contract Steve Hammer by calling him at 812-589-3802.

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