Vol. 72, No. 6
The newsletter for members and friends of the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce
859 Massachusetts Avenue
Not only do sponsorships help increase the number of activities the CCC can offer and keep admission prices low, they also provide a fabulous way to get your company’s name out in front of our 1,500+ members. 2010 sponsorship information will be available after November 23. Please contact Kelly Thompson Clark if you are interested in sponsoring any of next year’s events or programs at email@example.com.
Triple Your Exposure
Ad space is still available in the CCC Membership Directory for a limited time. Now there are even more benefits associated with advertising in this indispensible publication. Place a color ad in the editorial section and automatically receive an alphabetical and categorical listing on the new online digital map, a locator pinpoint, business contact information, driving directions and a link to your Web site. This is in addition to the triple exposure your ad receives in the two printed publications (Community Guide and Membership Directory) and the online digital edition, which links your ad to your website. Contact Suzanne Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 790-351.
<photo>Wainwright Bank was the sponsor of the October 7 BAHn Appetit Business After Hours at the Le Cordon Bleu restaurant, Technique. See page seven for more about this event.
Help support Holiday BAHsh beneficiary
The CCC’s annual Holiday BAHsh is December 3, 2009 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Charles Hotel! To help spread the holiday spirit, each year we request that attendees donate specific items to help support a local nonprofit. This year’s beneficiary, the Cambridge Community Center, has been a pivotal part of the community for the past 80 years.
The Cambridge Community Center provides safe and structured afterschool and summer programs for youth 4-1/2 to 13 years old from Cambridge, Somerville, Boston and surrounding communities. The Center provides a place to be with friends, make music, play basketball, explore arts and crafts, learn leadership skills, try hands-on science experiments and discuss community issues. The Center is a place where families count.
To help the Cambridge Community Center run their important programs, they need donations in the following areas: school supplies such as paper and pencils, craft materials, books and computers; and cleaning and maintenance supplies including cleaning solutions, mops, sponges and brushes. The Community Center is also always in need of non-perishable food to feed their students. To learn more about the Cambridge Community Center, visit www.cambridgecommunitycenter.org and RSVP now for the Holiday BAHsh at www.cambridgechamber.org/chamber/viewevent.html?id=255.