The Residence Inn Hotel in Woburn is pet friendly offering 149 comfortable suites with a fully equipped kitchen. Enjoy free Buffet breakfast, high speed internet, cable TV with HBO, fireplace, indoor pool & whirlpool.
EcoGen Services will design, install and service alternative energy systems including solar for residential and commercial applications. Go green with renewable energy by adding solar power and save on utility bills by conversing energy. Free Energy Audits.
WoburnMA.com provides many resources for information about the area. You can browse the website and find local businesses listings as well as community resources, news and town services by category or keyword.
Woburn Massachusetts was incorporated in 1642 and became an early manufacturing center tanning leather and making shoes. The formation of the Middlesex Canal and the Boston and Lowell railroad in the first half of the 1800's increased Woburn's production and shipment of footwear.
By 1865 the city shifted toward the production of leather and Woburn was at the head of the tanning industry in the country. The advent of 1884 found the city hosting 26 large tanneries employing 1500 men.
The tanyards supplemented the city's farming from the earliest settlement times. By 1915 the residents were making ice cream, machine tools, mops and paper boxes. Suburban growth began in the mid 19th century and continues today.
Currently Woburn is home to many technical and commercial industries that employ tens of thousands of people. Woburn is a city rich in history and looking forward to a continued profitable future.
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We feel strongly that our summer program is second to none and our track record speaks for itself. We have the top staff in the country and our focus is 100% skill development. The feedback, success stories, D1 deals, NHL draft picks, etc. say it all. We are very proud of our players and their accomplishments.
We also feel strongly that our winter sessions allow us to slow it down even more and spend a lot more time on technique and reinforcing and building good habits. Hockey is a skating game and played with pace. To be the best skater, stick-handler and passer, you need to spend the time doing it and doing it right. The winter program gives us that time. Resting up for games will not accomplish this goal. Paying the price now will be seen in the future.
We are pleased and excited to announce that we will be running our weekly skills again this winter at Holland Arena in Woburn, MA. This will be our fourth winter there and we strongly feel that those who have supplemented their summer skills with this truly add value to the player’s skill package. As a courtesy to our summer players, we will be holding off opening up registration and or adding to our website until August 11th. This small group program has sold out each of the past four years and we anticipate this again.
All groups limited to 10 skaters, 3 coaches led by Paul Vincent, Ken Hodge, Jason Lawrence
SUNDAY - FULL SEASON - 29 weeks, each session 90 minutes - $2,500.00
Mites/Squirts 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Pee Wee/Bantams 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
High School 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Program will run from September 7th thru March 29th.
*No camp Super Bowl Sunday, February 1, 2015
TUESDAY - FULL SEASON - 29 weeks, each session 90 minutes - $2,500.00
High School 6:10-7:40 p.m. (Geared towards 8th, 9th and 10th graders)
This program will run from September 9th thru March 31st.
TUESDAY - SPLIT SEASON - 12 weeks, each session 90 minutes - $1,250.00
High School 6:10-7:40 p.m. (Geared towards 8th, 9th and 10th graders)
This program will run from September 9th thru November 16th.
MONDAY – SPLIT SEASON – 12 weeks, each session 75 minutes - $995.00/Session
High School Session A: 5:00-6:15 p.m.
High School Session B: 6:15-8:00 p.m.
This program will run from September 8th thru November 24th.
Option A - Full Pay
Option B - $1000 Down, balance due 2 weeks prior to camp start date.
Option C - Only available for Monday A, Monday B and Tuesday Split sessions. 50% Down, balance due 2 weeks prior to camp start date.
*To use payment options, when registering, before selecting your camp option scroll down and click on the “Enter Discount Code” link. Enter the above code (OptionA, OptionB, OptionC) and hit APPLY. Now go up and select your camp choice. Otherwise, your card will be charged the amount shown.
Any sign ups within 30 days of camp start date require full payment.
Pre-registration is required for all camps and walk-ins will not be accommodated.
Do not hesitate to sign up - we would hate to have it fill up and you not get a spot! We like having the same kids in the program as it allows us to keep the pace up and build off the summer.
This two-day introductory Photoshop class is recommended for all levels of Photoshop users and is the entry level of all our Photoshop classes. In this Photoshop course you will learn how to properly use Photoshop's tools, discover how to retouch and color correct photographic images, as well as receive an introduction to professional imaging workflows.
When: Mar 11, 2015 9 AM in Woburn, Massachusetts Cost: $595.00 (Wed, 11 Mar 2015 09 )
Supported by the creators of Mass Innovation Nights, Innovation Breakfast live events and InnovationBreakfast.com are designed to support local innovation. Innovation Breakfast meetings allow us to help connect local innovators, entrepreneurs, business people and investors, etc.
InnovationBreakfast.com features innovation news, the occasional rant, events and more. (We even have some great videos here from events we held at the IBM Innovation Center in 2009 and 2010 — check out the blog.)
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When: Jan 9, 2015 8 PM to Dec 18, 2015 10 PMin Woburn, Massachusetts (Fri, 09 Jan 2015 20 )
Body language interpretation, one of the most important life skills, is gaining popularity in business. Do you know what your body language says to your prospect and even more what their body language means in the sales process?
Studies reveal that body language and the tone of your voice make up 93% of our communication, leaving only 7% value to what we speak. Do you need to learn how to speak less and use body language more to close more sales?
People rarely recognize how much information they give off and how noticeable it is to the human eye, even the untrained human eye. Are you making crucial body language mistakes in your sales process that are costing you crucial sales?
In sales, it is vitally important to read body language. Join us for this 2-hour workshop and discover how to:
Keep a non-defensive position when meeting with a prospect.
Determine whether the prospect is lying or uninterested, or whether they are being truthful.
Tell if the prospect didn't understand what you just said, so you can provide clarification.
Respect the prospect's personal space.
Recognize when it's time to take a break and see what the prospect is thinking.
Make the prospect at ease.
Keep the meeting going in a positive direction.
Register now to receive a one-time FREE guest pass!
When: Mar 27, 2015 11 AM to Mar 27, 2015 1 PMin Woburn, Massachusetts (Fri, 27 Mar 2015 11 )
We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to participate in our 8th Annual Shannon’s Run. A Sheriff's Dept. escorted ride through scenic North Shore followed by cookout, music, dancing, raffles, 50/50 and more. Cages (cars) are welcome. Proceeds will benefit the Shannon Lee Meara Foundation set up in memory of Shannon, a dating, domestic violence homicide victim, and will be used to help raise awareness about the devastating effects of dating violence.
What: 8th Annual Shannon's Run – A Sheriff's Dept. escorted ride through scenic North Shore followed by cookout, music, dancing, raffles, 50/50 and more. Cages (cars) are welcome.
Why: Domestic Violence Awareness
When: Saturday June 6, 2015
Kickstands Up: 11am Sharp
Rain Date: Sunday June 7, 2015
Cost: $20 per bike (riders free)
Where: Sons of Italy 168 Lexington Street Woburn, MA 01801
Ticket Sales/Questions: Arlene Meara 781-933-1775
Donations: Make checks payable to "The Shannon Lee Meara Foundation"
Email: (general info) firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us in memory of Shannon Lee Meara, a dating domestic violence homicide victim. Proceeds will help raise awareness about the devastating effects of dating violence.
When: Jun 6, 2015 12 AM to Jun 6, 2015 12 AMin Woburn, Massachusetts (Sat, 06 Jun 2015 00 )
Join us on Friday morning, March 13, for our BUSINESS NETWORKING EVENT that will make you new connections, grow your business, and learn of new ideas and technologies on how to effectively network in Woburn, Massachusetts. Our events generate hundreds of business opportunities and there is no cost to attend!
Register early before the event closes out and feel free to bring a guest!
DATE: March 13, 2015 TIME: 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM COST: None LOCATION: Sandler Training by Greg Nanigian 400 Trade Center Drive, Suite 5550 Woburn, MA 01801
If your GPS cannot find the address, please use 100 Sylvan Rd. The building is on the right and says Cummings Properties. If you still can't find it, call 781-933-3335.
The meeting starts PROMPTLY at 9:00 AM.
Registration is required
When: Mar 13, 2015 9 AM to Mar 13, 2015 10 AMin Woburn, Massachusetts Cost: 0.00 true Woburn Business Networking Event 0.00
Building relationships with your clients/prospects is the first step in the Sandler Selling System. It is imperative that you have a good relationship with your prospect/client and that rapport continues through each phase of the Sandler system.
People buy from people they are comfortable with. Being able to establish rapport quickly indicates that you have the ability to make your client/prospect feel comfortable. There are several elements of communication to use when trying to establish rapport. The first are the words we speak; the second is how we speak, our tonality; and the third way we communicate is through physiology, or body language.
Since over 50% of your message is not what you say, but is related to your non-verbal communication, it is important to know what your body language says about you and how you can use this to your advantage.
Register today to receive your one-time FREE guest pass!
When: Mar 6, 2015 11 AM to Mar 6, 2015 1 PMin Woburn, Massachusetts (Fri, 06 Mar 2015 11 )
Making Special Education Compliance Meaningful Seminar is happening on 20 Mar 2015 at Crowne Plaza Boston-Woburn Woburn, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Medical & Pharmaceutical industry.
The Woburn Business Association invites member and non-members to experience this informative and engaging presentation.
A light breakfast buffet will be available to all attendees.
RSVP: Please respond no later than February 25th
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact Heather at the WBA office (781) 935-0345 for more information.
The subject of Alan Wheelock’s presentation is "Know Your Adversary: The New Negotiating Playbook." The content of this talk has proven to be quite useful to anyone who is negotiating contracts, buying or selling products and services, running a small business, or simply negotiating with bosses or family members.
The presentation is approximately 40 minutes in length. Alan delivers the content in a style that is humorous, entertaining and effective. In this speech, Alan discusses the most common negotiating styles that you are likely to encounter on the other side of the table, and how to effectively “improvise, adapt, and overcome” in each situation.
“I was inspired to have Alan Wheelock conduct a workshop for my sales team after hearing him present “Negotiating Styles” at a meeting of the Providence Rotary Club. His content was entertaining, educational, and spot on.
My team felt that Alan’s guidance was very relevant to their sales and account management efforts. He explained 1) how to understand the negotiating style on the other side of the table and 2) how to effectively adapt to that style. They thoroughly enjoyed Alan’s enthusiastic delivery, as well as the clear, focused and logical flow of his discussion about this key area of business.”
John McGinn, CEM, Senior Director of Sales and Marketing
Rhode Island Convention Center
Alan Wheelock has been in senior management roles in business for many years including Territory Vice President and Senior Vice President for Iron Mountain. He has had extensive experience in the negotiation of customer contracts, vendor pricing, acquisition agreements, and issue resolution. All that experience has positioned Alan to speak knowledgably about the negotiating styles that we all have to face out there – and how you can successfully negotiate with the people who embody those styles!
When: Mar 4, 2015 8 AM to Mar 4, 2015 9 AMin Woburn, Massachusetts (Wed, 04 Mar 2015 08 )
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