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October 2011 Page 2Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comThe Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the2011 ATHENA® Leadership Award Nominees:All nominees are to be recognized for their fine contributions, and one will be honored as the recipient of theATHENA Leadership Award at the luncheonDr. Gina Barreca - Hailed as “smart and funny” by People Magazine, Dr. Gina Barreca is the celebrated author of eight books including They CalledMe Snow White but I Drifted,: Women’s Strategic Use of Humor, Perfect Husbands (and Other Fairy Tales), Babes in Boyland: A Personal History ofCoeducation in the Ivy League and It’s Not That I’m Bitter, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Visible Panty Lines and Conquered the World.Her books have been translated into several languages, including Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, and German. With degrees from Dartmouth College,Cambridge University, and the City University of New York, Barreca is Professor of English and Feminist Theory at the University of Gina has been afrequent guest on NPR, Connecticut Public Radio, BBC Radio, Australian Public Broadcasting, as well as on The Today Show, Joy Behar, Dr. Phil,Oprah, 20/20 and 48 Hours.Gina Barreca and her husband, Michael Meyer, have expressed their desire to make a real difference in the lives of others by establishing a fund at theWindham Hospital Foundation called “Gina’s Friends.” “Gina’s Friends” helps women who cannot afford life-saving diagnostic tests because they fellthrough the cracks of state and/or federal healthcare programs, they lack adequate insurance or have no insurance at all. Gina wanted to support aprogram to bring peer groups together to inspire women to take steps to improve their health status and live longer, healthier lives.Gina and her husband have experienced first-hand the outstanding care at Windham Hospital. Their major gift to the Windham Hospital Foundation willassist women for generations to come and you can be part of this philanthropic effort that will have a tremendous impact on women in need.Catherine Battista - As Director of Meriden Family Resource Center, Catherine collaborated with children first in designing Meriden Family Zone.She implemented school/business partnership between Hunter’s Ambulance and Ben Franklin School. She coordinated Meriden’s Annual HispanicThree Kings Day Celebration. She secured a $16,700 grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities for Ben Franklin School. She collaborates withSocial Service Agencies to assist families including Meriden Health Department Meriden School Readiness, CT Birth to Three System and Departmentof Children and Families. As Interim Director for Meriden Business and Learning Center she designed and implemented Workplace Job Training programfor Ct South Central Workforce Development Board. She collaborated with CT Works for job training programs. She provided job readiness skills/courses for the unemployed and designed and implemented “Steps for Success” Job Training Program.Under Catherine’s leadership, the Meriden Family Resource Center offers a wide variety of early childhood and family support services including playand learn groups, parenting classes, and early intervention strategies for children. Catherine’s Family Resource Center staff actively promotes andparticipates in the Meriden/Wallingford Substance Abuse Council’s “Soy Unica” program that emphasizes positive decision making and communicationskills for Hispanic girls in grades 4 through 6.Nancy Carrington - Nancy L. Carrington, M.B.A., serves as President & Chief Executive Officer of Connecticut Food Bank, which distributes foodand other resources to food-assistance programs in six of Connecticut’s eight counties: Fairfield, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London andWindham. The mission of Connecticut Food Bank is to alleviate hunger.Under Nancy’s leadership, Connecticut Food Bank grew from a grassroots, volunteer organization into the largest centralized source of donated, emergencyfood in Connecticut, feeding more than 300,000 people in the state each year. Nancy—who has spent 27 years fighting hunger in Connecticut—has seen first-hand the need to grow and strengthen the hunger-relief network in Connecticut so more people will be fed. And she has served to leadthat effort at the local, regional and state levels.Nancy firmly believes that it is through a collective effort that we as a community can alleviate hunger one person at a time, one neighborhood at a timeand one community at a time. A number of organizations have honored Nancy for her service to the community and for her exemplary leadership inhelping people in need. These organizations include Connecticut Public Health Association, Interfaith Cooperative Ministries, and the New Haven BusinessTimes. Last year, Nancy was selected Non-profit Executive of the Year by the Hartford Business Journal and was honored by the Amity RegionalSchool District for Distinguished Achievement in the Field of Government and Public Service.Pamela Hoffman, M.D., F.A.C.P. - Dr. Hoffman is the Medical Director of Outreach Programs at St. Vincent’s Medical Center. She has longbeen committed to ensuring that medical care is available to the underserved, managing a clinic for indigent and homeless patients who are based in aninner city soup kitchen, for frail elderly patients at an interdisciplinary geriatric clinic, and providing home visits to homebound disabled and elderly patients.Her leadership with this meaningful activity as a role model has forged the path for other physicians to take note. Specifically, another femalephysician has moved forward with a similar program at another leading local hospital experiencing the same valued and overpoweringresults.In addition, Dr. Hoffman has demonstrated prominent long standing leadership and involvement in organizations which promote quality medical care tothe underserved and most needy. These organizations include, among others, the Advisory Board of the Travelers Geriatric Fellowship for MedicalStudents, the Advisory Board for the Center for Aging and the University of Bridgeport, and the Board of Directors for Visiting Nurse Services ofConnecticut. Dr. Hoffman has provided specialized education in geriatrics to nurses and medical residents at a number of community locationsincluding hospitals, extended care facilities, and medical schools.Athena Nominee Info continued on next page
October 2011 Page 3Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comThe Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the2011 ATHENA® Leadership Award Nominees: (continued)Pamela Hoffman (continued) - Dr. Hoffman is an active volunteer with Habitat for Humanity. Recognizing that the housing crisis impacts asignificant number of women, Habitat for Humanity strives to create opportunities for women to achieve full potential through enhanced opportunitiesand participation in home ownership. In addition to the pride which accompanies home ownership and self-sufficiency, evidence supports that aswomen have increased opportunities and income, they invest in the health and education of future generations contributing to the ongoing growth ofsociety.Dorothy Mautte - Dotti holds many educational workshops in several area communities to educate families on the college process. She alsoteaches adult education classes in these same communities throughout the Fall and Spring. She receives no compensation for these classes so that100% of the revenue goes back into the Adult Education program in each town.Dotti is President and Chief Consultant for College4Less a College funding planning company associated with the National Association of CollegeAdvisors and The College Planning Network. She has been in the Financial Services Industry for over 29 years. She is a member and past president ofthe North Haven Rotary Club, volunteering for all Rotary functions. She’s past president of the CT Valley FPA and has been active in the FPA “probono” program helping families that cannot afford these services. She’s a member of the Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce, the Better BusinessBureau. She’s a member of the Pond Hill Baptist Church, where she also helps the Pastor with financial classes for the congregation. Dotti has helpedhigh school students fulfill community service hours by offering them to assist at workshops. She has also reached out to families that have attendedher workshops but cannot afford the services; helping them navigate the college application process.Carole Mendygral - Carole has been involved with the International General Federation of Women’s clubs for many years. She has served onnumerous committees and for two years served as President of the Hamden Club. She founded the North Haven Women’s Club in 2009 and served asPresident for the last two years. Under her leadership, the North Haven Club has supported many programs such as Special Olympics, DomesticViolence shelters, food banks, Veteran’s enhancement programs and student scholarships.Carole’s commitment in getting women involved in the community service landed her a very special recognition in 2011. She was chosen the LEADS(Leadership Education Development Seminar) for the State of Connecticut. She traveled to the General Federation of Women’s Clubs NationalConvention in Wisconsin. Carol worked with other State leaders to develop leadership education to encourage and guide women to learn, share andactively support the mission of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs. Due to Carole’s involvement, many more women are now talking classes,volunteering and assuming chairmanships of committees which provides the women increased self-esteem and self-worth while at the same time helpingand serving their communities.Lynn Ward - Acclaimed as “Super Woman” by the Waterbury Republican-American newspaper in 2006, Lynn Ward has more than 25 years ofexperience in the nonprofit Chamber industry, having begun at the Greater Waterbury Chamber of Commerce as Bookkeeper and subsequently workedher way up to become the organization’s current President and Chief Executive Officer. She is also responsible for the Chamber’s affiliates: GreaterWaterbury Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Business Women’s Forum, Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce, and Watertown-Oakville Chamber ofCommerce.Since being named President in April, 2009, Lynn has led with an emphasis on public policy, economic development, and member services. Shedemonstrates flexible yet strong leadership and a strategic direction which has helped the Waterbury Regional Chamber to continue to provide excellentprogramming and services for businesses in the 13-town region the Chamber serves.Lynn has led the nationally registered Business Women’s Forum -- Connecticut’s largest and longest running full-day conference for women -- showcasingnationally known speakers such as Paula Abdul, Goldie Hawn, Jane Seymour and Robin Roberts) to significant growth and state-wide visibility,expanding the annual event from a Waterbury area venue to the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.Score Appointments at the QChamberAs an added benefit for the members of the QChamber we have partnered with SCORE Volunteers.Appointments are taken for the third Wednesday of each month at 9:00AM, 10:00AM or 11:00 to offerfree and confidential mentoring to small business entrepreneurs. They are real-world professionals withtime-tested knowledge who donate thousands of hours to help small businesses succeed. Counselorshave experience in such areas as marketing, management, business plan preparation and more.Call the QChamber at 203-269-9891 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to schedulean appointment or for more information.
October 2011 Page 4Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.com2011 Corporate Sponsors 2011 Business PartnersBYK-USA, Inc.Choate Rosemary HallClient Server TechnologyCytec IndustriesLipper International, Inc.Nucor Steel Connecticut, Inc.SNP Technologies, Inc.Workforce AllianceDiversified Employment Services, Inc.Burzenski & Co., P.C.Covanta EnergyHospital of Saint RaphaelMichael’s TrattoriaNaugatuck Savings BankTD BankUnited Illuminating2011 Sponsorship Opportunities!2011 Corporate SponsorshipYour logo on our Home Page with a link to your siteYour logo with a link on our QCBlogYour name on a “Thank You” billboard for one monthSignage: A plaque to display at your business; your name on a plaque to reside at thechamber office and your name on a portable plaque brought to major eventsYour name on our stationary and on the newsletterFeature spot at top of your category on websiteTwo free tickets to our Annual MeetingFree Tee or Green sign at our annual Golf TournamentNewspaper announcement of your sponsorshipRecognition at all major eventsCost: $2,500 call Maribel at 203-269-9891 or email email@example.com if you would like tobe a corporate sponsor.2011 Business PartnersYour Business name listed on our Home Page with a link to your siteYour Business listed on our stationaryYour Business listed in our monthly online newsletterA tee sponsorship at our Annual Golf ClassicOne seat at the head table or a reserved table at the Mayor's State of the Town &First Selectman's AddressSignage: your business on a sign in our conference room (seen not only by chambermembers but also other people who rent the room); a sign to be displayed at your company;on a sign brought to major eventsCost: $1,000 call Maribel at 203-269-9891 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like tobe a business partner
October 2011 Page 5Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comWIN (Women In Networking)The Women in Networking Group had their kickoff meeting at the new winery of Paradise Hills inWallingford on September 21st. The event had over 35 attendees and Paradise Hills offered a winetasting to everyone’s enjoyment.Thank you to all that made it so successful. A special thank you to Bearingstar Insurance, Inc. andContessa Insurance Agency, Inc. for sponsoring the food and to Mr. D’s Cupcakes for providing thedessert, Lynelle Prast, Lia Sophia who donated a raffle prize as well as 20% of all her sales to assistthe group with some upcoming projects.The next WIN Group will be on October 6th, below is more information on the program.Organizing Your Space - Turn piles into files!Guest Speaker: Elaine Turek, The Declutter SpecialistThe presentation will help you with how to start your adventure in organizing your home or office.Elaine will show you how to get your space organized with less paper piles!Place: Gaetano’s Tavern on Main - 38 - 40 North Main Street, WallingfordDate: Thursday, October 6, 2011Time: 12:30 - 1:30 PMCost: $15.00 members/$20.00 non-membersIf you are interested in attending the WIN Meetings, email email@example.com or call203-269-9891. Please note cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance to insure refund.QNet MeetingThe QChamber’s Q-Network Group encourages proactive development of prospects, sales, networkingand business development by building long standing relationships among network team members.QNET Meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 8:00 AM at the QChamber Office, 100 South TurnpikeRoad, Wallingford.For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 269-9891/234-0332.
October 2011 Page 6Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comSave the Date! - Candidates ForumWallingford and North HavenSponsors:Wallingford CandidatesPresents: Mayor Dickinson, Jr. & Vincent TestaThursday, October 20, 2011Masonicare at Ashlar VillageAuditorium B & CCheshire Road, Wallingford8:00 - 10:00 AMNorth Haven CandidatesPresents: First Selectman, Michael Freda, Democrat Party Candidate - Walter Spader &Independent Party Candidate - Gary AmatoFriday, October 21,2011Holiday Inn201 Washington Avenue, North Haven8:00 - 10:00 AMFree - Limited Seating!To RSVP email email@example.com or call the office at 269-9891/234-0332.Chamber Home & Auto @ Work Insurance ProgramThe Chamber Home & Auto @ Work insurance program from the Chamber Insurance Trust and ArbellaInsurance Group gives your employees the opportunity to purchase automobile and homeownersinsurance at special group discounted rates. Often available to only larger businesses, Chamber Home& Auto @ Work is now open to all chamber members, regardless of size.Arbella’s discounted product portfolio includes:Automobile InsuranceHomeowners InsuranceCondo InsuranceRenters InsurancePersonal Umbrella LiabilityTake advantage of your Chamber membership and help your employees control their insurancecosts. If interested please contact Dana Gregorio (203) 267-2720 firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 2011 Page 7Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comNew Membership InvestorsWeed Realtors7 Corporate Drive, Suite 119North Haven, CT 06473Lynn Weed(203) 239-9599(203) 234-1756Real EstateLean & Serene, LLC135 George Washington TrailWallingford, CT 06492Romana Thibodeau(203) 605-4027www.drtlean-serenemall.comWellnessLe Petite Salon and Spa51 Montowese AvenueNorth Haven, CT 06473Lisa Volosin(203) 776-0609www.lepetitesalonandspa.comBeautyPrudential Connecticut Realty9 South Colony StreetWallingford, CT 06492www.prudentialct.com(203) 294-9114(203) 294-9120www.prudentialct.comReal EstateThai & Pho Restaurant18 Center StreetWallingford, CT 06492Kallay Williams(203) 949-1617Restaurant/CaterersPhysical Therapy & Sports Medicine Centers97 Barnes RoadWallingford, CT 06492Michelle Kijewski(203) 793-7592www.ptsmc.comPhysical TherapyWoodard & Curran1520 Highland AvenueCheshire, CT 06410Lindsay Burke(203) 271-0379www.woodardcurran.comEngineers/SurveyorsRetirement Planning Services14 Pierson DriveWallingford, CT 06492Ernesto Cartiera(203) 265-2681www.retirementplanning.netFinancial PlanningWelcome Them…PatronizeThem...Recommend ThemQChamber and School To Career Internship Program - 4th YearAre you looking for a high school student to inter at your place of business starting in February 2012and ending in May 2012?This is the 4 th year of the Paid Internship Program at minimum wage, with the Wallingford SchoolSystem (School to Career) and the Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce. Currently, the guidancedepartments at both high schools are enlisting students that are interested in the internship program.Student internships are an excellent way for today’s young people – the workforce of tomorrow- tolearn about your company and industry. Internships also give your company a way to develop skilledworkers for the future.If you are interested in more information, please contact me at email@example.com or(203) 269-9891.
October 2011 Page 8Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comNoteworthy NewsShopRite of Wallingford hosted a Help Bag Hunger event on September 21st to raise money andawareness on the issue of hunger in the Wallingford and Meriden community. Throughout the daythey had dignitaries participate in helping them bag. Rep. Mary Mushinsky, Rep Alfred Adinolfi,Superintendent of Wallingford Schools, Salvatore Menzo and 6 of our finest firemen from theWallingford Fire Department came in to help raise money. They colleted over $4,000 so far andthis will go to the local food pantries. They would like to thank everyone who participated and alltheir customers who have donated to this worthy cause.Need more energetic employees and lower health care costs? Do it through Lean & Serene’snutritional education and wellness coaching at your location. For more information visit them athttp://www.drtlean-serenemall.com.Keller Williams Realty Central CT is pleased to welcome the many agents who have joined theteam this summering including Amina Blake, Josh Arkenbout, Sarah Chymbor, Jose and AngelaCruz and Tino Cabral in addition, Debral Levine has joined the team as their Agent Services Coordinator.Keller Williams also would like to congratulate August Sales Award Winners Amina Blake,receiving Top Listing Agent award and Linda Conchado receiving Top Selling Agent award.SNP Technologies has recently completed an IPhone App for Yale Dining called “Fast Track”.Additional info is found: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/yale-dining/id462262994?mmt=8Stephen McPherson, President and CEO was pleased to announce recently that MargaretSteeves, Vice President for Marketing has received a Distinguished Alumna Award from SaintJoseph College in West Hartford. Margaret received the award in recognition of the increasinglyresponsible positions she has held in the College’s Alumnae/I Association over the years and forserving as an unofficial advisor to several recent presidents. Most recently, she helped the Collegedefine a new marketing image for its admissions’ material.Prudential Connecticut Realty is a full service, locally owned company backed by the strength of asolid national and global brand, committed to providing the highest quality real estate services. Formore information visit them at www.prudentialct.com.Johnson Brunetti is conducting two sets of Adult Education Classes this Fall. The classes will beoffered through the Wethersfield and Cheshire Adult Education Programs. The title of the class isPassport to Retirement Savings. In this dynamic 3 session seminar, come and find out theinformation you need to assess the costs associated with retirement, determine your sources ofretirement income, improve your investment potential, reduce your financial risk and help preserveyour estate for your heirs. You’ll also learn how to fight the effects of inflation, avoid unnecessarytaxes, and protect yourself from the potentially devastating costs associated with long term careexpenses. The Wethersfield class is being held Wednesdays from 6:30PM—8:30PM on October12, 19 and 26. The Cheshire class is being held Wednesdays from 6:30PM—8:30PM on November2, 9, 16. If you have any questions or would like to register for the seminars, please feel free to callLaurie at 800-208-7233.Ernesto Cartiera, Retirement Planning Services is offering a free personal quote for LifeInsurance, Disability Income Insurance, Long Term Care Insurance and Retirement Planning. Formore information call him at 203-265-2681 or you can visit www.retirementplanningct.net.
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October 2011 Page 10Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comQuinnipiac Chamber Golf TournamentTom Groves Golf Classic Wrap UpIt was a perfect day for golf!Thanks to everyone who participated and helped make this event a success!A very special thanks to our Major Sponsors who helped make this tournament a success!Cytec Industries, Naugatuck Savings Bank, Quinnipiac University, BYK-USA, Inc.,Bender Plumbing & Supply, Group Benefit Administrators of CT.,North Haven Tile Carpet One Floor and Home, G & G Beverage Distributors, Inc.,MidState Medical Center, Wallingford Buick-GMC, Webster Bank,The Corcoran Agency/Consolidated Insurors, Toll Brothers, Inc. Estates at Wallingford,Simione, Macca & Larrow, LLP & Wine Merchant1st Place Gross - 138 Closest To The Pin # 16 - 10’3”Bill Cook, David Sirois, Jack McGuire & Dave FukaDave FukaSponsor - The Corcoran Agency/Consolidated Insurors2nd Place Gross - 147Mike Brooder, Dale Stewart, John Stewart, Mark JenusaitisLongest Drive MenDave Fuka1st Place Net - 102Sponsor - Toll Brothers Estates of Wlfd.Keith Woodward, John Copela, John Castiline, John Marquart2nd Place Net - 112Bob Lockery, Chad Lombardi, Paul Narduzzi, Jim GalulloLongest Drive WomenJudy WiedenmannSponsor - Toll Brothers Estates of Wlfd.50/50 Special Skill Raffle - Steve GrovesWe want to thank all the green/tee sponsors and businesses that donated raffle prizes and goodie bagitems! The names are too numerous to list!A very special Thank You to the following Golf Committee Members for their work in planning thetournament: John Carbone; Tom Curtin; Tom Myjak; Cassandra Cosmo; Rich LoPresti,Dan Darling and Bob Lockery
October 2011 Page 11Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comQChamber and CT Whale PartnershipThe QChamber has created a special partnership with the CT Whale and theirparent company, Whalers Sports and Entertainment, to provide our members with anopportunity to enjoy the CT Whale next season, as well as becoming a part of theirexciting vision for Central Connecticut.Contact Sean West at (860) 728-3366, for tickets, corporate discounts, etc.The Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce Sets Sail on the Schooner Quinnipiack!On a beautiful September evening members of the QChamber enjoyed a wine and cheese sunset sailon the Schooner Quinnipiack. This tall ship which is a 91 foot replica of a 19 th century schooner left outof New Haven harbor with attendees helping to hoist the sails while enjoying refreshments and watchingthe sun go down. M’s Liquors and Shoprite helped to sponsor this event.QChamber Members on the Schooner Quinnipiack
October 2011 Page 12Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.com2012 Business Directory and Senior GuideRolling Back The Prices!$25 todesign your adBasic Directory Information 1,500 Copies will be printed and distributedYour listing will include: 2 free listings ~ Alphabetical & CategoricalAd InformationPlease note: Placement of ad by category cannot beguaranteed. Please circle Type of Ad and Dollar AmountType of Ad Size of Ad Black & White 4—Process ColorBack Cover 5” x 8” N/A Last Year - $2,750This Year - $2,200Inside Front “Prestige Page”(glossy, full color)Inside Back “Prestige Page”(glossy, full color)For the best quality ad please use a digital file (jpg or pdf) and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org orenclose your CAMERA READY AD*with your check (or charge info.) to: QChamber, 100 So. Turnpike Road - Wallingford, CT 06492*If not camera ready—there will be an additional charge of $25.00Deadline for all Ads must be to the Chamber –camera ready by October 28th!Only MasterCard or Visa Accepted (Please circle)Company Name____________________________________Contact Person_______________________________Address___________________________________________Phone______________________________________Card #____________________________________________Expiration Date__________________ CCV ________Signature____________________________________Name (Please Print)_________________________________Amount Enclosed $__________________________5” x 8” N/A Last Year - $1,750This Year - $1,5005” x 8” N/A Last Year - $1,750This Year - $1,500Premium Insert Page 5” x 8” N/A Last Year - $1,500This Year - $1,000Full Page 5” x 8” Last Year - $600This Year - $5501/2 Page 5” x 4” Last Year - $350This Year - $300Business Card(horizontal only)5” x 2” Last Year - $200This Year - $150N/AN/AN/A
October 2011 Page 13Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comLAST QUARTER SPECIAL!Includes:$800—One billboard (of the same design) for 22 to 28 daysLocation list available upon requestBillboards located primarily in New Haven CountyQuinnipiac Chamber logo present on all billboards (see sample)Postings for Oct, Nov and DecPlease Note: Quinnipiac Chamber Logo andWebsite is displayed on all billboards.
October 2011 Page 14Wallingford: 203-269-9891 • North Haven: 203-234-0332 • www.quinncham.comQuinnipiac Chamber of Commerce & Adler Travel & Collette Tourspresent…“Italia Classica”Colosseum/RomeFlorenceFall RatesCall QChamber for Available Seating(first come first served basis)Single $2,749Double $2,399Triple $2,369*Per Person Rates:9 Days ● 11 Meals: 7 Breakfasts ● 4 DinnersVeniceSt. Mark’sSquare*Milan&More !!!*Included in Price:Round Trip Air from New York, 8 nights in hotel, Hotel TransfersNot included:Mandatory Air taxes & fees/surcharges of $200, Cancellation Waiver & Insurance of $175/personOther terms applyAdler Travel, 203-288-8100...Dedicated to the friendship of those we serve since 1925Adler Travel Agency Inc. will work with the Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce members tohandle all calls, do all follow up, processing and submit reservations to Collette Vacations.For more information , please call QChamber—203-269-9891 oremail: liz@quinncham.
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