Saturday July 29, 2017 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Come in have a look around, check out their school. There will be someone in the office to help you out and answer any questions that you may have. Walk out back and take a look at the trucks that you could be driving! Their instructors would love to show you around!
There will be Drivers as well as Recruiters from well known companies to talk with you about the truck driving opportunities that they have to offer. As well as to answer any questions that you have.
Come in Saturday July 29, 2017 from 10 am to 2 pm, they will have food and prices.
July 4, 2017 thru September 27, 2017 - EVERY WEDNESDAY from 10:30 AM until 2:30 PM
Located on Chicopee Street, at the 'Y' in Willamansett, under the 391 Overpass, on the West Side.
BUY FRESH AND LOCALLY GROWN
Vegetables Fruit Herbs Perennials Jams House Plants
Additional items include Nutritional Services and access to all of Valley Opportunity Council Services.
**The Chicopee Farmers' Market gives local farmers and small vendors the opportunity to sell their fresh produce and goods to the community**
Every quarter the Chicopee Chamber recognizes a local chief executive officer (CEO) for outstanding participation in vendor development and community activities as well as establishing and building economic equality for local enterprises.
We originally started this quarterly event as a means to increase corporate involvement with the chamber and to create greater awareness of the many successful and accomplished business owners. Through experience and input of the membership we now work to recognize those individuals who put forth time, energy, and resources for the betterment of the Greater Chicopee community and the inclusion of all the area’s citizenry in the economic mainstream of our great city.
Nathan Costa has been recognized as a local professional who has made significant contributions. Costa is well aware of the challenges the Falcons have faced. He said his strategy for turning things around includes improvement in four major areas: sales and marketing efforts, game-day experience, community engagement - especially with local youth hockey programs - and the creation of a winning culture within the team's office. Costa is well aware of the challenges the Falcons have faced. He is willing to share his strategy for turning things around including the improvements he made in these four major areas: sales and marketing efforts, game-day experience, community engagement - especially with local youth hockey programs - and the creation of a winning culture within the team's office.
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