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It's Whom We know --
That makes Your Business grow!


Learn how referral marketing partnerships can be the key to your business success. The Pasadena/Arcadia Networking Group (The PAN Group) is an unaffiliated networking group which offers the advantages of the larger organizations with none of the big financial drawbacks.

We, the members of PAN, invite you to come and have breakfast with us at Conrad's Restaurant in Pasadena (Located on the northwest corner of the Lake Avenue / Walnut Street intersection.) on any Thursday morning from 7:00-8:30am.

For answers to your questions, please check our FAQ page We also invite you contact us and ask for an invitation to one of our meetings. Your request will be forwarded to a couple of our members, one of whom will contact you within a few days.

If you wish to talk to someone personally, two of our members have volunteered to answer your questions. While we cannot guarantee that they will be available when you call, both have assured us that they will return your call as soon as possible. When you leave a message, please mention that you are calling about The PAN Group.

  • Mary Margaret Rolf, our realtor -- 626-233-1708
  • Jacque Foreman, our graphic designer -- 626-794-9620

    We thank you for your interest in The PAN Group and hope to meet you soon at one of our meetings.

    We are currently looking
    for these professions.*

  • Florist
  • Veterinarian
  • Car Mechanic
  • Videographer
  • Event Planner

    *For a full list of membership categories, please see our membership category page.
    Check our Member Listing, and see if you could create a Power Referral Team
    with one or more of our members. Then come visit.



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  • We meet at Conrads in Pasadena. It is on the northwest corner of the Lake Av./Walnut St. intersection.

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    Across from Conrads on the southwest corner of the intersection.


    There is a Ralphs market on the southeast corner of the intersection.

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    Building located about a half block north of the intersection on the east side of Lake Avenue.
    Photography by Jacque at Foreman Graphics



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