Do you have a child between the ages of 9 and 14 who likes to create handmade art, crafts or delectable edibles? We are looking for participants for our Young Entrepreneurs Fair, to be held on Saturday, May 4, during our Meet in the Street arts and crafts festival. Booth space is still available, and the deadline to apply has been extended to February 15, 2019. If you have a budding entrepreneur, apply today! Click here to download the application and learn more.
We are pleased to announce that Engine Masters Outdoor Power Equipment has committed to be the grand sponsor of this year’s Meet in the Street arts and crafts festival on Saturday, May 5, 2018. Thank you to Engine Masters for their support of the Wake Forest Chamber and this annual community event! For details on Meet in the Street, including featured music and performance acts, a list of food trucks, and what’s new in 2018, see page 5 of our Business Matters newsletter.
Thank you to StoredTech, a provider of managed IT services, which recently made an increased commitment to the Chamber and the Chamber Foundation. The company, headquartered in upstate New York, has been a Wake Forest Chamber member since they acquired a local company in 2016. Mark Shaw, CEO, wanted to know how they could become more involved in the work of the Chamber. After learning about the Chamber’s Foundation and its efforts in workforce development and financial literacy, Mark decided to increase StoredTech’s investment to the level of Community Partner, and divide the investment between the Chamber and the Foundation.
StoredTech will be the presenting sponsor of the Chamber’s new speakers series, “Ideas & Opportunities,” and is now a Bronze Sponsor of the Chamber Foundation. Are you interested in learning how your company can increase its visibility in our community while investing in our future workforce? Please contact Ann Welton at firstname.lastname@example.org for a conversation!