Over the last 6 years, the Putnam County Chamber of Commerce has honored local business owners with the 40 under 40 award and the Trailblazer awards. This year we are pulling together the alumni recipients for the largest networking event in Putnam County!
“This opportunity to spotlight and showcase Putnam County businesses is the best opportunity for business owners and leaders to increase their reach throughout the county. A true county wide networking opportunity”, says County Executive MaryEllen Odell.
The Trailblazer Alumni Event will be held on Thursday February 25th at the Bull and Barrel Brew Pub in Brewster from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for $50 until February 15th and at $65 after February 15th at www.PutnamChamberNY.org or send a check to Putnam County Chamber of Commerce at 953 South Lake Boulevard, Mahopac, NY 10541.
Sponsorship opportunities are available (deadline February 11, 2016). $500 purchases ¼ page in the event program and the company logo on invitations. $1000 adds a display table and a “Principle” Membership level in the Chamber for 2016. $2500 takes the above but upgrades to a “Distinguished” Membership level, also a 30 second video spot on cable TV and 5 tickets to the event. Finally, the $5000 level includes the logo on invitations, a display table, a “Guardian” membership in the Chamber, 5 minutes to speak at the Trailblazer Alumni Event and 10 tickets.
The above represent some great opportunities to not only promote your business but also give much needed support to our County’s premier business organization. The Chamber is growing more and more influential each year because of the increasing involvement of our local business community. We are a force to be reckoned with in the Hudson Valley, and this means good news for Putnam County in attracting more business, better jobs, a broader tax base, enhanced grant monies, and raising the quality of life for us all.
So please come out to the Trailblazer Alumni Event! We look forward to seeing you at this event to help us celebrate the best of Putnam County.
-Jennifer Maher, Chairwoman, the Putnam County Chambers of Commerce