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Bedford Chamber of Commerce Kicks off 2013!

2013 January 18
by The Bedford Citizen
The Bedford Chamber of Commerce board (l-r) Karen Kenney, Chair of Membership (Organization Works), Pam Brown, Chairman (Brown & Brown P.C.), Josh Cohen, President (SNAP Infusion), Maureen Sullivan, Executive Director, Adam Schwartz, First VP (CouponSurfer, Inc.) and Charles Duran, Secretary/Treasurer (Carlton & Duran, CPAs, P.C.)

The Bedford Chamber of Commerce board (l-r) Karen Kenney, Chair of Membership (Organization Works), Pam Brown, Chairman (Brown & Brown P.C.), Josh Cohen, President (SNAP Infusion), Maureen Sullivan, Executive Director, Adam Schwartz, First VP (CouponSurfer, Inc.) and Charles Duran, Secretary/Treasurer (Carlton & Duran, CPAs, P.C.)  Image (c) BCOC 2012, all rights reserved

Submitted by Daisy Girifalco for the Bedford Chamber of Commerce

The Bedford Chamber of Commerce kicked off 2013 with their monthly meeting drawing nearly 100% of the board. The chamber is ready to kick the year into gear with more programs that will help support local Bedford businesses. Including networking with other towns around issues such as public transportation and other ways they attract young talent to local businesses.

One of the many programs the chamber offers is the Bedford First Program. The Bedford First Program encourages more than 150 Chamber-member companies and their 5000 plus employees to prefer other Chamber members when making buying decisions. The offers are valid for both corporate and personal purchases, and as we continue to accept new discounts offers throughout the year, we will update the list of participating companies on a monthly basis. A Bedford First card will be available to Chamber members and their employees. The card entitles members to many valuable discounts, from restaurants and accommodations to local attractions. There is no fee to participate in the program. Members simply present their card at participating businesses to receive discounts on many products and services.

To find out more: http://www.bedfordchamber.org/

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