Annual Meeting Success & Service AwardsName: Annual Meeting Success & Service AwardsDate: February 8, 2019Time: 11:30 AM - 1:45 PM ESTWebsite: Pay by EventbriteRegistration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.Event Description:You are invited to join the Tri-Town Chamber for a Celebration for our 30th Annual Meeting and Success & Service Awards. On Friday, February 8, 2019 at Plainridge Park Casino. PDF Flyer
Keynote Speaker for Annual Meeting - Darren LaCroixBETTER STORIES, BETTER BUSINESS How to Tap the Power for Stories for More Influence in Less Time
Do you have an important message to deliver? Do you want speak or be heard? Anyone can stand in front of an audience and say words while showing slides. The true question is, “did their perspective change?” It doesn’t matter what you say, it only matters what they hear. How do you change perspective? Great stories drive change. We have been trained from childhood to love stories. They are part of our DNA. Stories are breathe life into presentations, help change perspective and can make your message memorable. Great communicators are great storytellers.
You’ll walk away with:
• The 5 Essentials of a Memorable Story
• Why Stories Matter in Business Communication
• Storytelling Secret Most Executive Don’t Use
In 1992, Darren LaCroix bombed miserably in a Boston comedy club. Just nine years later he outspoke 25,000 contestants from 14 countries to become the World Champion of Public Speaking with a very funny speech. Not only that, but people are talking about his speech over a decade after he delivered it. His key: Better Stories. Darren has spoken in 44 International cities and teaches these techniques to Fortune 500 executives how to have more influence through unforgettable presentations. After this presentation you won’t look at stories the same away again, Darrenteed.
PRESENTING SPONSOR: Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.
AWARDS: The Success & Service Awards, recognize our members for their outstanding contributions to the Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce in 2018, as well as their dedication to the communities of Foxborough, Mansfield, and Norton.
Winners of the Awards will be announced at the luncheon
NOMINATIONS OPEN now closed, thank you
see Award History Below
ADDED EXPOSURE AT THIS POPULAR EVENT: Become a Centerpiece (Floral arrangement on the Table with your Business Name on the arrangement) Sponsor $100
Business of the Year: -recognizing the business organization whose outstanding contributions make them a leader within the Chamber as well as the community at large.
1996: Automation Concepts and Technologies
1997: Foxborough Savings Bank (now Rockland Trust)
1998: Ro-Jacks Supermarkets
1999: North Easton Savings Bank
2000: Foxboro Company (Invensys)
2001: Hockomock Area YMCA
2004: DSA Foxboro Terminals
2005: W/S Development
2007: Mansfield Bank
2010: Holiday Inn Mansfield/ Foxboro
2011: North Easton Savings Bank
2012: Foley & Foley PC
2013: ESP Solutions
2014: Barrows Insurance Agency
2015: Mansfield Bank
2016: Xfinity Center
2017: New England Ice Cream
2018: Nominations Open
Business Person of the Year: - recognizing the individual businessperson that has demonstrated qualities of exemplary community leadership, within the Chamber as well as the community at large.
1996: Ed Tartufo
1997: Jay Barrows
1998: Bill Buckley Sr.
1999: Tricia White
2000: Terry McLaughlin
2001: Chris Rappold
2004: Deb Crowell
2005: Kara Griffin
2006: Debbie Nichols
2007: Emily Miller, Catherine Ellsworth
2008: Kristi Johnston
2009: Greg and Kathy Spier
2010: Ellyne Fleshner
2011: Ingrid Williams
2012: Joan Gagnon
2013: Jen Vondenbrink
2014: Kelly Fox
2015: Cindy Peterson
2016: Anne Langton
2017: Lynn Tokarczyk2018: NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN
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