Archive for June, 2015
BCA has compiled a list of focus categories for 2015. As always, we look to find the best company to represent each category within our membership. We welcome your recommendations for these or any open membership categories. Click here for the 2015 Focus Categories.
It only seems appropriate that we announce our featured speaker for the upcoming July Hospitality Breakfast Dr. Natalie Stavas, on National Running Day.
Dr. Stavas is an avid runner and physician who witnessed the tragedies at the 2013 Boston Marathon. She was approaching the finish line of her 5th Boston Marahon when explosions shook the city. Instinctively running towards the chaos Read the rest of this entry »
Thank you for sharing your morning with us. We hope you had a great time and that Doc Hendley left you with a lasting impact. As Doc said, “If you find something you are passionate about, I don’t care who you are, you will make a difference!”
A warm welcome to Steve Esposito and Lonnie Barish from New America Power, the newest members of the BCA Family.
Congratulations to VIP Member, Expert Technology Associates.
Thanks to Philabundance for sharing their story and mission. We welcome you to visit their website to learn more.
We are #BCAProud, are you? Make sure you hashtag #BCAProud on any comments or pictures from this morning.
Thanks again for sharing your morning with us and believing in the power of relationships. Read the rest of this entry »
Together we can STOP diabetes! I am determined to be part of the force that finds the cure!
This Saturday, June 6th I will cycle 63 miles in the American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure fundraising event. Please support me by clicking on my link below. Each mile I ride, and the funds I raise will be used in the fight to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
No matter how small or large, your generous gift will help improve the lives of nearly 26 million Americans who suffer from diabetes and will reverse the trend in which 1 out of 3 children will face a future with diabetes.
I am involved as a board member and riding for my sister Anne, who has lived with this insidious disease most of her life. Seven years ago, Anne’s kidney’s failed from complications of Type 1 diabetes. I was fortunate and humbled to donate my kidney to save her life. Read the rest of this entry »