Weekly email to Chamber members and prospective members--Week of Oct. 4
DISCLAIMER: This is a weekly email sent to members and prospective members of the Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth for the week of Oct. 4.
Good Morning reader!
It’s only truly fall in the Seacoast when the pumpkin people—I mean Scarecrows of the Port – take their posts and stand sentry over roads, streets and alleys in our fair city. While that hasn’t happened yet, the all-volunteer organization is going to make it so on Thursday, Oct. 7 (Want to help? You’ll start at the Chamber, 500 Market St., Portsmouth, at 7 a.m. and the aim is to be done by 10.) Email Laurie to volunteer.
And now for: the week ahead!
Wednesday, 10/6, 8 to 9 a.m., IN PERSON: Let's Talk Tourism this month at Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club, 135 Congress St., Portsmouth. REGISTER
This monthly gathering for Chamber members who are either in the hospitality industry or who have an interest in what the Chamber and the hospitality community are planning. Learn about the current destination marketing initiatives under way through the Chamber. Share past month's business and projections and events for upcoming months.
Thursday, 10/7, 8 to 9 a.m., VIRTUAL: Connect & Collaborate II.
This networking program aims to unite the local business community. The weekly group is open to one individual for each business category and is co-chaired by Rebecca Blichmann and Tony Lemmo. INFO
Friday, 10/8, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., IN PERSON: Morning Mixer 2021 Presented by Service Credit Union Hosted by GoodWork REGISTER
Join us at the historic Carey Cottage on Sagamore Creek for the October Morning Mixer hosted by GoodWork. This special location is the perfect backdrop to make new connections and explore the historically renovated Carey Cottage, home to GoodWork.
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p.s. There are still 5 spots for exhibitors (tables) in the 2nd Annual Small but MIGHTY Business Expo!