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VBSR Networking Get-Together Hosted by Black River Produce

  • 10/24/2017
  • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Black River Produce, 449 River Street, North Springfield, VT 05150
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Join us as we Get-Together in Springfield for an evening of networking and education. In addition to networking, guests will have a chance to peak behind the scenes of Black River Produce and learn about the importance of supporting Vermont's local agricultural community. Local hors d'oeuvres and drinks provided by our host! Free for members and state/elected officials; $10 for nonmembers. Registration opens soon.

About our Host

Since its inception in 1978, Black River Produce’s focus has been distributing quality locally grown product throughout New England. We partner with over 600 growers and producers with a team of over 200 employees. We take pride in the underlying, but central role, we play as the fresh connection between regional producers and our over 3,000 wholesale customers. We’ve grown considerably since our early days, but we’re still driven by the things that mattered to us then—our family of employees, the greater community, and environmental stewardship.

Sponsorships Available

Support VBSR, gain visibility. Consider sponsoring this event! For $200, all sponsors receive:

• 30 seconds to speak at event
 • logo and 75-100 word company description with link on VBSR event webpage
 • logo with weblink on email invitations to VBSR contacts in and around the host county
 • logo on mailed post-card invite to around 700 businesses
 • logo on displays at event
 • social media thank you’s and promotion

Thank You to our Sponsors

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Let's Grow Kids is a statewide campaign about the need for more high-quality, affordable child care in Vermont to better support our children, families, communities and economy. More than 70% of Vermont children under age 6 have all of their parents in the labor force, meaning they're likely to need care. Yet, nearly half of those infants and toddlers don't have access to any regulated care, and nearly 80% don't have access to high-quality programs. Our goal is to gain public support for increased, sustainable investment that gives all children the chance to reach their full potential.

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