Stoughton is geographically located in the heart of Eastern Massachusetts. Just 30 minutes in either direction from the city of Boston, the city of Providence, Rhode Island and the beauty Cape Cod, thereby benefiting from the vibrance of city life and the tranquility of a suburban community.
The Town of Stoughton cherishes both it's residential and business diversity and was the first to receive a State Proclamation as a No Place For Hate community. With a population of approximately 27,000 residents, Stoughton attracts all types of businesses including; retail, professional and industrial as well as cottage industry business such as the arts, entertainment and many fine restaurants! Stoughtonians take great pride in the accomplishments, diversity and friendly atmosphere we have all come to know.
"The Power of the Inbox"
Tips and Tricks for Successful Email Marketing
Sponsored by Constant Contact To be held at
Stoughton Council On Aging Building 110 Rockland St, Stoughton
Wednesday, May 18th
Chris Petrie ~ Event Chair
What is the first impression you give when they see you in their email inbox? And when they see you there, what do they do? This powerful seminar takes you step-by-step through the keys to effective email marketing: What it really is (and isn't); What it can do for your business; And the five easy steps you must take to harness the power of the inbox!
Grow a healthy list
Create great content
Customize a beautiful, mobile-friendly template that matches your brand
How to get your emails opened
Tracking your results
From revealing why regular email doesn't work, to insider tips and techniques like automated list building tools and the design elements that work (and those that don't!), this seminar will give you the keys to the most effective marketing you can do: email marketing. Join us!
Chinatown Restaurant 103 Sharon St, Stoughton
Monday, June 13th
Hosted by owners, Lisa and Willy Wong Sponsored by Randolph Savings Bank!
Lisa & Willy Wong, owners of Chinatown Restaurant, have invited our Chamber members to dine at their wonderful restaurant for our June meeting. We will be in their well appointed banquet room that holds a maximum of 75 so my advise to you is BOOK EARLY!
The evening will begin at 5:30pm with a cash bar and time to network with your fellow friends and members. We will sit down for dinner at 6:00pm, which will be served buffet style (please wait until your table is called). Our Special Guest Speaker, Ted Reinstein, will begin around 6:45pm and take questions afterwards, as well as autograph his books that will be for sale!
Ted Reinstein is best known in New England as a journalist and reporter for Chronicle, Boston's celebrated (and America's longest-running, locally-produced) TV news-magazine. In 2002, he was part of the Chronicle team honored with a prestigious national DuPont-Columbia Broadcast Journalism Award for their coverage of Boston's controversial "Big Dig", the nation's largest-ever public works project.
While he also appears in the studio at the anchor desk or delivering an opinion commentary, it's out in the field where viewers are most familiar seeing Ted. From every corner of New England, he's found the offbeat, the unique, the moving, and the just plain memorable, all while telling the enduringly colorful stories of the region's people and places.
Politics is also a passion (what better place to be than Boston?), and he files a weekly report for WCVB's political roundtable show, "On The Record." He is also a member of the station's editorial board.
In 2010, he was one of five national finalists in the Washington Post's "Next Great American Pundit" competition. Elsewhere on television, Ted hosted the premiere season of the Discovery Channel's Popular Mechanics show. On the HGTV network, he brought viewers up-close to some of America's most iconic landmarks on Lighthouses. For the Travel Channel's photo adventure series, FreezeFrame, he explored Hawaii's volcanoes, the caves of Puerto Rico, and the South Pacific islands of Tahiti. (Someone had to do it.)
His first book, "A New England Notebook: One Reporter, Six States, Uncommon Stories", was published in 2013 (Globe Pequot Press). National Geographic Traveler selected it as one of its "Best Picks." In April 2016, GPP released his second book, "Wicked Pissed: New England's Most Famous Feuds".
Ted also has had a lifetime love of live theatre. As a playwright, he's had several short plays selected and performed for Boston's annual Theatre Marathon, and is the co-author of the full-length play, "Yom Kippur in Da Nang".
Ted received his bachelor's and master's degrees from Brandeis University, where he had the honor of being valedictorian. He lives just west of Boston with his wife and two daughters. And (just in case she can read), his faithful, four-legged walking companion, Arloh.
2016 11th Annual "Doin' It For Diane" Event
Was a Success, bringing in over $16,000.00 for our two food pantries!!
Another great way to support our two Food Pantries
Click on this link to Amazon Smile and when you go to your accunt, through this link, Amazon will donate .5% on many of the items that you purchase, and it costs you nothing!!
The Chamber of Commerce is an organization represented by its members. Along with the Officers and Board of Directors are the very important Committees.
Committee members are often a mix of board members and chamber members who discuss the topic of their respective committee and report back to the Board of Directors.
Getting involved with a Committee is a great way of participate along with your colleagues and be a significant asset to your chamber! It's easy and enjoyable and with enough participants the workload is really rather small.