Our Annual Celebration is on December 4th
The 2019 theme is Great Things Are Happening! The Woburn Business Association is proud of all we have accomplished this year and the excitement is building for 2020.
We hope you will join us to celebrate at the Crowne Plaza from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. Participate in our legendary silent auction and take your chance on great raffle prizes. Our annual celebration is when our membership gathers to renew acquaintances, meet new members and celebrate our vibrant community.
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Our Sponsorship Opportunities offer affordable exposure at the event as well as through our email and social media. The deadline for our Event Sponsors is November 18th so don’t wait. Our Hors d’Oeuvres, Dinner and Dessert sponsorship opportunities are available for only one company each! Members may also sponsor become table sponsors and have their branded items included on the baskets for each table or have their logo included on all of the bid sheets for our silent auction- Lots of eyes on those prizes!
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As part of our annual event we will be honoring the Council of Social Concern as our Humanitarian Award winner and an outstanding business with our Business of the Year Award, Dave and Busters. Please come and celebrate two great organizations that evening.
We will also officially welcoming our new Executive Director, Chris Kisiel who took on the role this past August. He is a lifelong Woburn resident, Woburn school committee member and small business owner, Tasher Studio.
His enthusiasm is contagious! Chris will share a few words about his vision for the WBA and is looking forward to meeting many of you at the celebration.
We will also be welcoming Tyler Gates as our incoming President of the Board.
Tyler has been on the WBA Board of Directors for several years and is well known in the community for his active role on several boards. He also hosts a program produced by the WPMC, The Woburn Spotlight which highlights members of the Woburn community who are taking “Big strides for the greater good.”