VBSR Networking Get-Together hosted by Vermont Smoke & Cure
Join us for an evening of networking and education! VBSR members and friends are invited to a Networking Get-Together hosted Vermont Smoke & Cure. Free for members, $20 for non-members to attend. Hors d’oeuvres provided by our generous host. Attendance is limited and will be first come, first served.
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Thank you to our host, Vermont Smoke & Cure!
At Vermont Smoke & Cure®, we’ve been consciously crafting delicious smoked meats and meat snacks since 1962. We use responsibly sourced meats and simple ingredients, spices and herbs to create the finest flavor in every bite. Our team of employee-owners creates our delicious products in our Smokehouse right here in the hills of Vermont. We pride ourselves on being a good neighbor and valuable partner to our local farmers. This is simply the way we do business – and it all combines to create the finest flavor in every bite.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Answer Media helps local companies, small businesses, nonprofits, and large corporations with optimizing their web presence. We work with all kinds of people, and we don’t complicate the digital marketing process with technical mumbo-mumbo. We’ll help get your website found online based on WHAT YOU DO and WHERE YOU DO IT, quickly and affordably — and socially responsibly!
Beenanza Design is a studio in Burlington, Vermont that was established solely for the love of design & pattern by Bethany Andrews-Nichols. With over 12 years of graphic design experience, Bethany specializes in print & pattern design with a focus in block printing.
Building Energy is a full service energy company focused on preserving healthy living environments while reducing the carbon footprint of buildings through conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy. We offer a full range of green products and services including energy audits and insulation, cold climate heat pumps and solar PV.
City Market, Onion River Co-op, is a 16,000 sq. ft. community-owned food cooperative located in beautiful downtown Burlington, Vermont. City Market is Burlington’s only downtown grocery store, open 363 days per year from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. City Market provides a critical service to the community by providing conventional, organic and local products at a fair price to all. Over 4,000 customers pass through their doors each day in search of the quality products offered. The Co-op is dedicated to supporting the local economy and strengthening local food systems. They work with thousands of Vermont vendors to feature a wide selection of local and Vermont-made products. City Market is member-owned, profits generated by Co-op members are returned to members in profitable years through our Patronage Refund program.
Detail Works is a social enterprise launched in 2017 by Spectrum Youth and Family Services as a way to help youth who are struggling with a range of issues build skills to thrive in the workplace.
If you’re seeking to breathe new life into your car and to feel the joy of a fresh start, Detail Works delivers a quality experience with a healthy dose of social good—building confidence, self-esteem, and self-reliance, one detail at a time. Hard work, grit, and the shared pride in a job well done, are at the heart of this resourceful social enterprise.
As one of Vermont’s premier law firms, we are committed to helping you achieve your goals. Whether you’ve got a company to steer through a transition, a complex dispute to navigate, a legacy to ensure for the future – or all of the above – we’ll use every tool at our disposal to serve you, while remaining cost-effective. Gravel & Shea has also established a focused food and beverage practice, providing sophisticated and industry-specific legal guidance to Vermont’s food and beverage manufacturers.
The Vermont Community Loan Fund is a mission-driven, community-focused alternative lender, providing loans and other resources to local businesses, community organizations & nonprofits, early care & learning providers and developers of affordable housing who don’t qualify for a loan from a traditional lender. They develop and promote innovative capital-based solutions to issues of poverty and opportunity and are invested in a stronger, healthier, happier Vermont. Since their inception they’ve lent over $106 million to local businesses, affordable housing developers and community-based organizations that have created or preserved over 6,500 jobs; built or rehabilitated more than 4,100 affordable homes for Vermont’s families, individuals and seniors; created or preserved quality care for over 4,100 children and their families and supported community organizations providing vital services to hundreds of thousands of Vermonters. For more information about the Loan Fund and its lending and impact investing programs, visit www.investinvermont.org
Sponsorships area available for this event. Please contact TobyA@vbsr.org for more information.