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Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce

Pulse

On Business

www.glastonburychamber.com

June 2010

Powerful New Website Advertising Opportunities for Chamber Members

Summer Road Races Coming in July

In support of members seeking additional opportunities to promote their business and target their audience, the Chamber is proud to announce our new website marketing program. The Chamber recently launched a new website, www. glastonburychamber.com, which is even more memberfocused, delivers more exposure for your business, and drives more opportunities to you. The website attracts both consumers and businesses in search of information about our community and local businesses like yours. Now is a great time to increase your visibility on the chamber’s website, strengthen your connection to the chamber, and demonstrate your commitment to our community. A limited number of premium marketing positions will be made available. Take advantage of this opportunity to increase your exposure AND save money doing it. To learn more, contact Joseph.McElyea@ weblinkinternational.com or 1-877-231-4970 ext. 193. .

The Glastonbury Chamber’s summer road races, a component of the Chamber’s Living Well in Glastonbury wellness initiative, will host three races taking place in July. The three races increase in distance and difficulty each week. The entry fee is $20 per person per race if paid in advance or $25 on the day of the race. Participate in all three races for $50 total. The races are as follows:

Member News

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Members on the Move

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New & Renewed Members

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Regain Your Sales Mojo

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Business After Hours

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Grand Openings

4.5 miles • Saturday, July 17, 2010, 8:00am Test your stamina on and off road on this moderately challenging course. Addison Park start/finish, Great Swamp Road. 10K • Saturday 8:00 am, July 24, 2010 This scenic course goes along the CT River and old tobacco barns with the dreaded “Old Maid’s Mountain” at the end of the route. Nayaug School, Old Maids Lane, start/finish. Download Registration Form / Sponsorship Opportunities

Joining Chambers Provides Boost

In This Issue President’s Message

5K • Saturday, July 10, 2010, 8:00am Test your speed on a flat, fast course! Smith Middle School start/finish, Addison Road.

The Wall Street Journal, recently ran an article in the “Franchising” section explaining how a chamber membership affects consumer habits – and it’s all good. In the article, “Joining Local Chambers Can Provide a Big Boost,” author Julie Bennett interviews franchise owners and franchisees of all sizes regarding their experiences with local chambers. Greg Muzillo, founder and CEO of Proforma, a 720-unit printing and promotional produce franchise company, encourages his new franchisees to join their local chambers of commerce because it helps them get involved in their communities, network with other business owners and find customers. Read the full article.

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June/July Calendar

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AdvisorOne Mortgage Flyer

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Ajar Comm. Flyer

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MEMBER PROFILE Evan Schwartz of Gelato Guiliana of Glastonbury

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Not-So-New Member Orientation Have you been a Chamber member for a while but need a refresher course on what the Chamber has to offer it’s members? This 45 minute orientation will provide you with an overview of all the events and programs that the Chamber offers. Meet the Chamber staff and Board members and get all your questions answered. Refreshments will be served. Join us on Friday, June 11 at 9:15 a.m. at the Welles Turner Library. Register now.


A message from our President

Officers & Board of Directors Executive Board

Looking for Glastonbury Chamber Wellness CHAMPIONS!

Joseph Jaconetta, Chair Jaconetta, Burnham, & Wimer, LLC Michael Keenan, Chair Elect Keenan Law, LLC Emmy Lou DeBari, Treasurer Emmy Lou’s Ltd. Michael Romanski, Immediate Past Chair. Farmington Bank David Wood, Strategic Planning Chair Gateway Financial Group, Inc.

Board of Directors

Karl Badey, Montovani, Murray, Nemphos & Tierinni, LLC Peter Billard Peter Billard Photographer Phillip Bombart Signal Graphics Printing David Cox Cox Architects, Inc. Deborah R. Eisenberg Law offices of Deborah R. Eisenberg

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Jay Fromer Products of Nature International, Inc.

Timcia Hall TD Bank

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Joyce Hyde Healthtrax Fitness & Wellness Annette Larabee Connecticut River Community Bank Debra Smith Proforma/GraphicWorks Margaret Wilcox Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Are you a Chamber member business owner/employee who is health oriented, dynamic, motivational and inspirational who wants to CHAMPION Chamber wellness initiatives within your company? This commitment does not require a lot of time, but it does require a passion for living well. We’re looking for you to… • serve as Chamber’s point of contact for wellness communications • disseminate information provided by Health & Wellness Council in way best suited for your culture • advise co-workers of competitions and activities spearhead participation participate in Health & Wellness Council meetings (optional) be included in the Chamber roster of Corporate Wellness Advocates sense of accomplishment for promoting Living Well in Glastonbury to those around you Chamber provides all the tools such as: Competitions: Eat, Move, Think; Biggest Loser; Step into Spring; Healthy Living/Healthy Giving Challenge Education: Healthy Meeting Guidelines, Low Fat Chat, newsletters, emails Events: Fit Biz After Hours, Fitness Festival

As a CHAMPION, you can be instrumental in helping transform the health and wellness of your co-workers. They will be forever grateful for the investment you make in their lives! Call Mary Ellen at the Chamber if you would like to further information or would like to become a CHAMPION.

Ex Officios

Alan Bookman Superintendent of Schools Tim Coon Town Council (D) John Deans Chamber Counsel Richard Johnson Glastonbury Town Manager Susan Karp Town Council (R) Thomas Kehoe CT State Representative Theresa Janeczek Manchester Community College Bob Zanlungo Chamber Ambassador

President

Congratulations To Our Newest Wellness Champions. . . Norma Nalette, CDA and Stephanie Barrett, RDH of Dental Solutions!

Staff

Mary Ellen Dombrowski, CAE President maryellen@glastonburychamber.com Nancy Hayden, Membership Manager nancy@glastonburychamber.com Andrea Vail, Business Manager andrea@glastonburychamber.com Ginger Lynn, Communications Manager ginger@glastonburychamber.com Jill Beckett, Program Manager jill@glastonburychamber.com

Wellness Champion

They have been selected by David B. Sobanski, DMD and Robert J. Henin DDS, owners of Dental Solutions, a cosmetic and general dentistry practice, and by the Glastonbury Chamber. Norma and Stephanie both exemplify and demonstrate, through their actions, to patients and team members of Dental Solutions, to their children and families and to their community members an example of one who makes healthy living decisions. They lead and draw others towards healthy living by the positive actions they make.

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MNember E W S At the AT&T, Pratt and Whitney, Northeast Utilities, Westinghouse and Alstom Power Reunion parties held in May, hundreds of beautiful new household items and over $700 in gift cards were collected for Mercy Housing and Shelter by the clients of AdviceOne advisors Michael Grossman, Neil Goldberg, Lorie Schappert and Carlos Henriques. It is the Mercy Housing and Shelter mission to help guide people who are homeless back to independence and to help people at risk of homelessness to keep their homes by providing food, clothing, a comfortable place to sleep, medical care, job assistance and help getting their own apartment. AdviceOne is an independent Wealth Management firm located at 95 Glastonbury Boulevard, Glastonbury. For more information, contact them at 860-659-4900, or on line at www. AdviceOneRetirement.com.

Above photo show AdviceOne advisors Michael Grossman, Neil Goldberg, Lorie Schappert and Carlos Henriques preparing to box up some of the donations. Through a grant from the Glastonbury Education Foundation, a greenhouse is currently being constructed at Gideon Welles School. A brick walkway will form a path from the school to the greenhouse entrance. You can help make it happen by purchasing a personalized engraved 8x8 brick paver that will become part

Do you have news to share?

Submit your business announcements (ie: a new employee, product or service, phone number, certification or training, awards and promotions, etc.) to Member News by fax (860) 659-0102 or by email ginger@glastonburychamber.com. by the 15th of the prior month.

of the walkway from the school to the greenhouse. For more information or to purchase a brick, visit the Glastonbury Education Foundation website. On Saturday, May 8, Dr. Prasad Srinivasan of Allergy Associates of Hartford was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. Ellis Island Medal of Honor recognizes people who have made contributions both in the United States and in the country of their origin. “One feels honored to be in that group of eminent people and also humbled by the award. Each recognition and every single award energizes me to make more and more contributions to the society we live in and to the society that we left behind many years ago” said Dr. Srinivasan on receiving this prestigious award. Connecticut Immigrant and Refugee Coalition (CIRC) also honored Dr. Srinivasan, at their 13th Annual Immigrant Day at the State Capitol. Foundations for Learning has recently launched a new program called FasTracKids Enrichment Program. This program, designed for children 3–8, encourages creativity and brain development and appeals to young minds and short attention spans by changing activities every few minutes. Children are challenged to think creatively while developing speaking, communication and leadership skills. FasTracKids is focused on interactive learning, delivered through interactive technology – the FasTracKids Learning Station, small classes, promoting individual attention, guided discussion and hands on activities. Foundations for Learning is located at 106 Griswold Street, Glastonbury. Contact Miranda Belles at 860.430.1665 for more information.

Buckingham Estates has teamed up with Kimberly Hall to sponsor a miniature golf tournament to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. The tournament will take place, Tuesday, June 8, 12:00-3:00 p.m. at Connecticut Golf Land in Vernon. We are currently looking for foursomes($45), hole sponsors($50) and donations of raffle prizes. For more information, contact Danette Brown, Community Relations Coordinator at 860-647-1695. The Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants (CSCPA) has elected Stephen A. Pedneault, CPA, CFE, CFF to serve as a member of its Board of Directors for the organization’s 2010-2011 activity year. Mr. Pedneault is the owner of Forensic Accounting Services, LLC in Glastonbury. Mr. Pedneault holds the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) designation and is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and a past director of the Connecticut chapter of the organization. He is also a member of the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA) and the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), from which he holds the AICPA Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) designation. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut and the author of several books including “Fraud 101: Techniques and Strategies for Understanding Fraud.” Visit Steve on the web at www. forensicaccountingservices.com.

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more member news National Association of Credit Management Connecticut Inc. will hold an all-day credit workshop and banquet on Tuesday June 22 at the Holiday Inn in 201 North Haven. Wanda Borges, Esq., regarded as one of the best in credit management circles, will be the banquet speaker. for more information or to register, visit www. nacmct.org. Join Mike Newhouse, President/ Owner of AdvisorOne Mortgage and his team of experienced mortgage professionals for a ribbon-cutting & lawn party on Thursday, June 17 from 4:30-7:00 p.m. at 119 Hebron Avenue, Glastonbury. The celebration will mark the Glastonbury company’s merger with Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc., based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Newhouse, who has grown the company from a desk and phone to four offices across two states that originated approximately $110 million in loans last year, is confident that Primary Residential Mortgage will help them reach their goals by handling all the back office needs while they continue doing what they do best-originate mortgage loans. Come meet TeamPrimary on June 17 and wear your favorite team shirt to be eligible for Primary Residential Mortgage inaugural gifts and prizes. Visit their new website at www.teamprimary.com.

Members on the Move

As part of the Chamber ’s Healthy Living, Healthy Giving Challenge, Peter Billard has climbed Mt. Washington in May and will again in June. A combined exercise tracking. weight loss, and money raising program for the Glastonbury Food Bank, Peter thought ordinary running was too boring to entice contributors. So the two 1-day up and down hikes are meant to be a more exciting way to donate money. “It’s working so far better than I anticipated. I’ll make my $1000 goal, and keep going beyond it.” Peter says. Remember, he’s climbing so you don’t have to! To donate, contact Peter at 860-633-6300 or PBillard@snet.net.

Awesome Ambassadors! The Chamber’s Ambassador E! committee AWESOM recognizes members of the committee that have gone above and beyond. The first ‘Ambassador of Awesome’ award went to Kim Meyer, for her superior follow up. Evan Schwartz, received the second award for his exceptional effort to welcome new businesses to town, by encouraging them to join the Chamber. Matt Winkler was the most recent recipient to receive this award for his continued commitment to lead the Chamber’s Leads Group and his extra efforts to meet with people and help them network and market their business.

Congratulations to Joe Jaconetta, who recently completed the Boston Marathon in 3:19:50. Joe is the current Chair of the Glastonbury Chamber and owner of the law practice, Jaconetta, Burnham and Wimer.

What is Low Fat Chat (LFC)? LFC is a group that meets to discuss the different issues around living a healthy life. Conversations have been focused around nutrition, exercise, and living a healthy life. By participating in this informal discussion you will network with like minded people and find resources to answer your questions. Every time you attend, there is a new discussion centered around a new topic. LFC meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday’s of the month from noon - 1:00 p.m. Bring your healthy brown bag lunch. Mark you calendar for June 9th and 23rd!

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Welcome New Members

Membership Renewals

Local Magnetism Michael Cody/860-918-2774 435 Tryon Street South Glastonbury, CT 06073 localmagnetism@gmail.com

Addison Mill Apartments

Bullock Access, LLC Clifford Bullock/860-870-7444 52 National Drive, 2nd Floor Glastonbury, CT 06033 http://www.bullockaccess.com

Belltown Hill Orchards

For the Kitchen Vickie Griffeth/860-657-9415 2850 Main Street Glastonbury, CT 06033 http://www.forthekitchen.com InLineAdz Raymond Charpentier/860-752-5628 814 Farmington Avenue, Suite 202 West Hartford, CT 06119 http://www.inlineadz.com Kelly’s The Salon Kelly Vail/860-633-5533 898 Main Street South Glastonbury, CT 06073

Amazing Celebrations, LLC American Eagle Federal Credit Union Avon Products - Gwen Bowman Candlewick Kennels Charles Fine Wine, Inc. Companions & Homemakers Convicer & Percy, LLP E. B. Taylor Photography Family Choice Mortgage First Financial Associates, LLC Fitness in Motion, LLC Forensic Accounting Services, LLC Glastonbury Jewelers The Goddard School JOBPRO Keser’s Flowers KinderCare Learning Center LaBella Salon Minuteman Press

New England Mailing Systems George W. Ludlow/860-289-4416 400 Chapel Road, D3 South Windsor, CT 06033

Nelson Drywall Co., Inc.

The Discovery Center Allan Wilson/860-284–9489 790 Farmington Avenue, Suite 4A Farmington, CT 06032 http://www.discoveringdiversity.com

Progressive Mgmt. Assoc. -Vacation Rentals

T-Shirts Etc, Inc. Paul Bowler/(860) 657-3551 74 Kreiger Lane P.O. Box 995 Glastonbury, CT 06033 http://www.tseink.com

NewLife Christian Fellowship of CT Peter Billard Photographer Products of Nature International, Inc.

Purcell Associates E. A. Quinn Landscape Contracting Raymond & Bennett, Attorneys at Law Rhoades & Company Siding Installation We Care Home Care

The Chamber welcomes this month's new members as well as those renewing their membership. We hope you will consider them for your professional and personal needs. The new and renewed members are from April 23 through May 20, 2010.

How To Regain Your Sales Mojo Have you ever made a presentation to a hot prospect only to find six months later, the sale has not been closed? The prospect was totally engaged in your presentation, gave you all of the classic buying signs, and you were with the prospect for over an hour! As you were leaving the prospect’s office, you said to yourself, “this one’s a home run” and started to think about what you were going to do with that big fat commission check. Perhaps a new set of golf clubs or maybe a mini get-away to Las Vegas. However, before you whip out your American Express card, you decide to call the prospect, just to check and see when he wants to take delivery of your product or get started with your service. That’s when it happens: the prospect no longer takes your calls. Even worst, he no longer returns your calls. What’s going on? How could this be happening with Mr. Hot Prospect? It seems that any prospect who is willing to meet with a sales professional is a serious buyer. Why would someone, especially a senior level decision maker, waste his or her time if there wasn’t a need or interest in your product or service? The sales professional must recognize this and not permit the potential buyer to slip away and go elsewhere. At the same time, the sales professional must be confident and willing to put in the required time and effort to bring the sale to closure. Unfortunately, prospects often have their own time table when it comes to saying yes and bringing the sale to closure. At this point, you’ve lost your Mojo. Now what? It may be time for a little self reflection. The first thing that comes to mind is “what changes in the proposal are necessary to make it acceptable and have it meet the needs of the buyer; what elements are missing; what needs to be included; what terms and conditions does the prospect find onerous, or a deal breaker?” continued on next page

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Now it’s time to get your Mojo back by putting Mr. Hot Prospect into your monthly follow up list. Many sales professionals make a great presentation but never bother to follow up with the prospect; they’re waiting for the prospect to call them. If that were the case, it wouldn’t be called selling but rather order taking. Most sales people have access to a contact management system such as ACT! or salesforce.com that come with a task or “to do” feature. The contact management system will also provide a place for notes from a meeting and any subsequent conversations with the prospect. This is extremely helpful when you’re juggling multiple prospects and opportunities. Now schedule the prospect for a monthly phone call. By this point in the process, you may find the prospect is willing to take your call. This will give you an opportunity to find out what the true objections are and why the prospect has not moved forward. Please keep in mind, depending on the product or service this process could take 3-6 months. During this time, you may want to send articles of interest to the prospect, just to let him know you’re in tune with what’s happening in his industry. Once you’ve reached the prospect, and had a productive conversation, you may want to send an old-fashioned, handwritten thank you note. The note should thank the prospect for taking time to talk to you and close with a call to action. For example, you will follow up after submitting a revised proposal, after the board meeting, or in the new budget cycle, etc. With each follow up call, the goal is to uncover all of the objections and what it will take to close the sale.

Business After Hours Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage will host the next Business After Hours on Thursday, June 10, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. They are located at 2300 Main Street, Glastonbury. This monthly gathering is designed to provide Chamber members with business-to-business networking opportunities. Coldwell Banker’s theme for this Business After Hours is ‘Fun in the Sun!’ They will be serving pizza and beer under a big tent and you may earn extra raffle tickets if you dress in summer attire (i.e. Hawaiian shirts, flip flops, beach hat, etc.) So dress casual and don’t miss it! Who says we have to be all business. Business After Hours members and $20 Click to register on-line.

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Patience is a virtue in the sales cycle and the sales professional understands this and turns each objection into a positive outcome for the prospect. In order to close Mr. Hot Prospect, it’s all about the follow up call(s). A colleague of mine just reported a very large sale. When I asked how long it took to close the sale, he said with pride: 10 years. Susan Salvo is the principal in Revenue Generators LLC, a sales consulting business based in Manchester. Reach her through her website at www. revenuegenerators.net.

Full Service Residential & Commercial Cleaning SERVICES, LLC 2389 Main Street, Glastonbury

(860) 241-1049 Available Seven Days a Week Hernando Garcia, Owner

Wooden-It-Be-Nice (WIBN) recently relocated to South Glastonbury and kicked off their Grand Opening Weekend with a Chamber ribbon cutting. A large crowd of Chamber Ambassadors and Board members joined WIBN staff members, Jillene Woodmanssey, Kim Sibiga, Sherry Pensack, Doreen Chapman, Jessica Olander, and owner Donna Finocchiaro, holding scissors. WIBN carries gently used quality furniture, artwork, china and glassware. Their new store is located at 875 Main Street, South Glastonbury; or visit them on the web at www.woodenitbenice.com.

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Grand Opening

Member Profile:

Email:

Recipients are chosen at random through a drawing held at each Business After Hours.

Name: Evan Schwartz Title: Owner Business: Gelato Giuliana of Glastonbury, LLC 70 Hebron Avenue, Eric Town Square (next to Starbucks drive-thru) Phone: 860-633-3140 Email: gelatogiuliana@gmail.com Website: www. gelatogiuliana.com Bullock Access recently opened a showroom at 52 National Drive, Glastonbury. The Bullock Company, Inc., headquartered in Ellington, specializes in renovations and additions for people with special needs making their homes and offices more handicap-accessible. Their new showroom displays state-of-the-art equipment such as stair lifts, platform lifts, ceiling mounted transfer lifts, and specialty bathroom accessories. For more information about Bullock Access visit them online at www.bullockaccess.com.

Photo by Brian Ambrose

Farmington Bank’s first branch east of the Connecticut River opened 669 Hebron Avenue, Glastonbury on April 15. Leading the Glastonbury branch is the Chamber’s immediate past chair, Mike Romanski, senior vice president and senior commercial loan officer, and Maureen Kennedy, assistant vice president and branch manager. Also pictured above is Ken Burns, EVP Retail Banking; Robert Edmunds, Jr., Bank Board Member; Sue LaBerge, SVP, Retail Banking; Kevin Ray, Bank Board Member; Aida Couto, Service Assoc. Supervisor; John Patrick, CEO & President; Greer Cunningham, Sr. Teller; Jim Wardrop, Customer Service Rep.; Mike Romanski, SVP Commercial Lending; George Diakokimbrianos, Sr.Teller; Mary Ellen Dombrowski, Chamber President; Alyssa Volle, Teller; Maureen Kennedy, AVP Branch Manager and Luana Ribeiro, Asst. Branch Mgr. Farmington Bank is a full-service community bank with thirteen branches in Connecticut. Established in 1851 as Farmington Savings Bank, the Bank modernized its name in November 2009. For more information, visit www. farmingtonbankct.com.

How can your company benefit chamber members? Gelato Giuliana is a retail gelato shop that offers with the authentic and delicious tasting gelato. Gelato is the Italian version of ice cream and we make over fifty different flavors! Some of our most popular flavors are Bacio (chocolate hazelnut), pistachio, peanut butter and chocolate and our signature flavor, La Giuliana (triple espresso, marscapone cheese and chocolate.) We have 24 flavors to choose from and samples are always a must! Our sorbettos are non-dairy and made with all natural ingredients and our gelato is made with non-fat milk as opposed to heavy cream, found in American ice cream. What are your primary responsibilities? As the owner of my shop I am responsible for many of the behind the scenes duties including management, ordering, bookkeeping, payroll, marketing, and networking. I am very lucky to have such great people to work with, which make the gelato shop a fun and wonderful experience for all our customers. What is Your favorite Chamber service, program or event: Business After Hours. As the Chamber grows, it is a pleasure to meet new members and get them to understand how beneficial a membership to the Glastonbury Chamber is. What are some of your interests or hobbies? I enjoy spending time with friends and family, my boxer Brady, and being outside. Exercising keeps me going and traveling gets me to relax and refocus on my goals. What is your personal philosophy on how to be successful? My personal philosophy is to work hard and always keep good relationships with people you do business with. You never know what can come your way. Always make a good impression and do the best that you can do in any job or profession you are in.

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June 2010

Click on each item to register or for more info. June 3 • Thursday Leads Exchange Group 7:30-9:00 am

Sakura Garden Eric Town Square, 120 Hebron Ave.

June 8 • Tuesday 11:00 am-8:00 pm

Glastonbury Hills Country Club Country Club Road, So. Glastonbury

Apple Blossom Open Golf Tournament

June 9 • Wednesday Low Fat Chat 12:00-1:00 pm

Chamber Office 2400 Main Street, Glas.

June 10 • Thursday 5:00-7:00 pm

Business After Hours ‘Fun in the Sun’

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 2300 Main Street, Glas.

June 11 • Friday 9:00-10:00 am

Not-So-New Member Orientation

Welles-Turner Library 2407 Main Street, Glas.

June 15 • Tuesday 8:00-9:30 am

Women of the Workforce Be Wiser About Your Financial Advisor

1st Floor Cafe, Building Two 628 Hebron Avenue, Glas.

June 15 • Tuesday Ambassador Committee Meeting 11:30 am-1:00 pm

Gateway Financial Group 500 Winding Brook Drive, Glas.

June 17 • Thursday Leads Exchange Group 7:30-9:00 am

Sakura Garden Eric Town Square, 120 Hebron Ave.

June 23 • Wednesday Low Fat Chat 12:00-1:00 pm

Chamber Office 2400 Main Street, Glastonbury

June 24 • Thursday Business Forum 8:15 - 9:30 am Best Business Practices Open Forum

Gateway Financial Group 500 Winding Brook Drive, Glas.

July 2010

Thank you for using our new on-line registration.

July 1 • Thursday Leads Exchange Group 7:30-9:00 am

Sakura Garden Eric Town Square, 120 Hebron Ave.

July 13 • Tuesday Ambassador Committee Meeting 11:30 am-1:00 pm

Gateway Financial Group 500 Winding Brook Drive, Glas.

July 14 • Wednesday Low Fat Chat 12:00-1:00 pm

Chamber Office 2400 Main Street, Glas.

July 15 • Thursday Leads Exchange Group 7:30-9:00 am

Sakura Garden Eric Town Square, 120 Hebron Ave.

July 28 • Wednesday Low Fat Chat 12:00-1:00 pm

Chamber Office 2400 Main Street, Glas.

Riverfront Music Festival: Wednesdays • 7:00-9:00 pm July 7 July 14 July 21 July 28

Mohegan Sun All-Stars with Matt Murphy “The Stray Cat” Lee Rocker TBD Steppin’ Out

Riverfront Park 300 Welles Street, Glastonbury


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June 2010 Pulse on Business  

Glastonbury Chamber newsletter

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