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KINGSTON CHAMBERNEWS

OCTOBER 2011
KINGSTONCHAMBER.ON.CA

ISSUE
16
OCTOBER



A year ago, the Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce
embarked on an ambitious campaign to “get out the vote”
during the Municipal election. We didn’t see a rise in voter
turnout, but our goal was to steady the boat, analyze the
results and halt the local trend of apathy. We were
encouraged. We’re now approaching a fall provincial election
October 6
th
. Are we “electioned- out?” Many feel this way
with the Federal vote only completed in May. I, for one,
won’t take my vote for granted and neither should you. You
live here, are affected by issues including water, land,
environmental usage, taxation policy, transfer payments and
provincial regulations that could severely test your ability to
run a business and maintain your standard of living. I think
that matters. It’s why under my presidency, I help the
Chamber realize its vision of advocating good government.
We held a wildly-popular and enthusiastic all-candidate’s
breakfast on September 7
th
to officially kick off the election
locally. On September 28
th
, we hosted a debate with our
community partners TVCOGEO, Truly Local Television. Your
Chamber cares enough about the issues that will impact you.
We continue to give you access to the process, offering the
choices and providing the platforms. Now, it’s up to you.
As I write this, I’m still energized from attending the Canadian
Chamber of Commerce’ Annual General Meeting in St. John’s
Newfoundland. I’m happy to report that your Kingston
Chamber is well on the way to attaining the goals set by our
national organization and we are “on track” with many of
their initiatives, if not leading in them. They include:
- Aligning ourselves strategically and effectively with our local
Economic Development Agencies
-Creating a “large event” that garners excitement, a high
profile in the community and business prosperity. We did this
through our September 22
nd
MegaMixer
-Enhance the usage of Social Media and advance this quickly
and effectively
-Get more heavily involved with policy resolutions that will
impact and assist our community and the businesses that
support it. The future is bright.







EXECUTIVE
VIEWPOINT

BY: MEGAN COUGHLIN, PRESIDENT

September 22
nd
Chamber MegaMixer a
Huge Success
We kicked off our fall “mixer” season of networking
with the largest business to business event in
Southeastern Ontario. 100 exhibitors displayed their
business on the floor of the K-Rock Centre. We had an
additional 600 attendees who passed through the
doors. Thank you to our presenting sponsor for the
event, PrintFusion Inc and to our grand prize sponsor,
McCoy Bus Service and Tours who provided a $1000.00
travel voucher. This fantastic day proved to be very
productive and the positive comments continue to flow
in. Many exhibitors have already enquired about “next
year,” so we have our work cut out to begin preparing
for 2012. You can register to exhibit at our upcoming
business mixers October 13
th
and November 24
th
. Full
details are on the latter pages of this publication.
Pictured below are, left to right, His Worship Mayor Mark
Gerretsen with Chamber President Megan Coughlin-Knott,
as they cut the ceremonial ribbon to officially open the
MegaMixer at 2pm.

www.kingstonchamber.on.ca
New Members – September 2011

420 Kingston
728 Princess Street
Kingston ON K7L 1G2
Telephone: (613) 766-8184
Fax:
Email: info@420kingston.com
Website: http://www.420kingston.com
Number of Employees: 2
Contact: Mr. Lorenzo Cavion,
Classification(s): SPECIALTY STORES
Notes: We are a locally owned and operated head shop
and seed bank serving the medical cannabis community in
Kingston. We are the only business of our kind in the city!

Canadian Association of Career Educators and
Employers
977 Limestone Drive
Kingston ON K7P 2R8
Telephone: (613) 634-2359
Fax:
Email: pauls@cacee.com
Website: http://www.cacee.com
Number of Employees: 1
Contact: Paul Smith,
Classification(s): ASSOCIATIONS/SERVICE CLUBS
Notes: The Canadian Association of Career Educators and
Employers (CACEE) is a national non-profit partnership of
employer recruiters and career services professionals. Our
mission is to provide authoritative information, advice,
professional development opportunities and other services
to employers, career services professionals and students.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
1600 Merivale Road
Unit #206
Ottawa ON K2G 5J8
Telephone: (613) 244-4818
Fax:
Email: rspiller@jdrf.ca
Website: http://www.jdrf.ca
Number of Employees: 4
Contact: Mr. Ron Spiller,
Classification(s): ASSOCIATIONS/SERVICE CLUBS
Notes: Global leader in setting the agenda for type 1
diabetes research worldwide and is the largest charitable
funder and advocate for type 1 diabetes research.
Dedicated to finding a cure.







Mustangs Saloon Inc.
515 Days Road
Kingston ON K7M 3R6
Telephone: (613) 770-5282
Fax:
Email: christina.sato@hotmail.com
Website:
Number of Employees: 2
Contact: Ms. Christina Sato,
Classification(s): SALOONS
Notes:

Nabi Tea and Meal
399 Princess Street
Kingston ON K7L 1B9
Telephone: (613) 546-8855
Fax:
Email: zhengmingxue@hotmail.com
Website:
Number of Employees: 3
Contact: Mr. Jerry Zhengming Xue, Manager
Classification(s): TEA STORE
Notes: Bubble Tea and Korean, Chinese Food.


T-Zone Kingston
541 Days Road
Unit 9
Kingston ON K7M 3R8
Telephone: (613) 384-1352
Fax:
Email: tzonekingston@yahoo.ca
Website:
Number of Employees: 2
Contact: Mr. David Benneyworth, Owner
Classification(s): HEALTH & WELLNESS
Notes: Whole Body Vibration achieves maximum results
with minimum effort. It is for smart, busy people to get
maximum efficiency with their precious time. 10 minutes of
effort accomplishes approximately the same as a one hour
workout. “Whole body” refers to all the body parts -
muscles, bones, tendons, sinews, cartilage, nerves and
organs are all stimulated at the same time. Come in for a
free trial. Monthly memberships available, plus we sell
machines and Himalayan Salt Crystal Lamps.




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New Members continued

Victory Lane Auto Sales Ltd.
1566 McAdoos Lane
Kingston ON K7L 4V3
Telephone: (613) 544-4477
Fax: (613) 544-4454
Email: victorylaneauto@kos.net
Website: http://www.victorylaneauto.ca
Number of Employees: 4
Contact: Mr. Michael Gibson, Owner
Classification(s): AUTO DEALERS
Notes: Car sales & service.

Wilkens Health & Safety Solutions
1465 Middle Road
Kingston ON K7L 5H6
Telephone: (613) 546-9814
Fax: (613) 546-5513
Email: wwilkens@whss.ca
Website: http://www.whss.ca
Number of Employees: 3
Contact: Wiebke Wilkens, Owner
Classification(s): CONSULTING - MANAGEMENT
Notes: OH&S Management Consultant, specializing in
providing clients with expert advice in Health and Safety
Management System Development. As founder and owner of
Wilkens Health and Safety Solutions, Wiebke K. Wilkens
established her own firm in 2001 and specializes in assisting
clients prepare for Workwell Audits, Occupational Health and
Safety Policy and Procedure Review and development, Return
to Work Programs, Customized Training for senior
management and Joint Health and Safety Committees, WSIB
claims management and WHMIS.

New Directory Member

Passport Mentoring (Community Living Ontario)
R15-14, R. R. #1
Lombardy ON K0G 1L0
Telephone: (613) 217-0376
Fax:
Email: bwoods@communitylivingontario.ca
Website: http://www.communitylivingontario.ca
Number of Employees: 0
Contact: Ms. Barb Woods,
Classification(s): ASSOCIATIONS/SERVICE CLUBS
Notes: Passport Mentoring works with high school students 14-
21, who have an intellectual disability. Coordinators research
opportunities and recruit mentors to assist students to gain
opportunities to learn more about areas of interest that they
have. As a result of the Mentoring Initiative, students are
provided with information regarding an area of expertise/role in
the community; introduced to a role by exploring relevant
workplaces and gain hands-on experience and skill
development through mentoring in the identified area of
interest.
Directory Updates

Advanced Water Treatment (email update)
tom@adwater.ca

Briargate Seniors Community (email listing)
Sandy Keeler – sandy.keeler@reveraliving.com

Dowling Metals (email contact update)
Kevin Dowling – Kevin@dowlingmetal.com

Drain-All (address update)
444 Advance Avenue
Napanee ON
K7R 3Z6

DrugSmart Pharmacy – Sydenham (web update)
www.drugsmartpharmacy.ca

Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront (new appointment)
Nicole Kemp, Senior Sales Manager
Email: nkemp@hikingstonwaterfront.com

Limestone Health Consultants (new email address)
slt@limestonehealth.ca

Ontario Mapping Co. (web update and email contact)
Email: ontmap@yahoo.ca
Web: www.ontariomapping.ca

Roald Smith Contstruction (email update)
Roaldsmithcontstruction@gmail.com

Union Gas Limited (address update)
1653 Venture Drive
Kingston ON
K7P 0E9



www.kingstonchamber.on.ca
Member news
TVCOGECO, Truly Local Television Goes HD!

After a long summer of renovations and upgrades the time
has arrived for TVCOGECO Truly Local Television in
Kingston to launch High Definition. TVCOGECO launched
HD on Ch 700 Wednesday Sept 14. This is an exciting time
for our local Kingston team. For more information contact
Scott Meyers at scott.meyers@cogeco.com

Gordon’s Estate Services Ltd. Free Information Night
Thinking about your retirement; learn what these industry
professionals say are the top 5 secrets to your retirement
success!
When considering your retirement it’s important to look at
the big picture; your finances, lifestyle choices, living
situation, banking practices and succession planning all
plays major roles in how you will enjoy what should be the
best years of your life. Susan Creasy, Susan Elliott, Alicia
Gordon, Kim Nicholls and Karen Sands invite you to attend
their free information night on Thursday October 13 at the
Seniors Association from 5-6:30pm to learn how you can
make the most of your retirement. Click here -
http://gordonsestateservices.wordpress.com/2011/08/22/
free-information-night/ for more details.
New Office Administrator for the 1000 Islands Region
Workforce Development Board. Her name is Shannon
Griggs and she is replacing Maureen Mangan who left in
May to pursue other employment. She has extensive
administrative and management experience and will
certainly be an asset to their office. Shannon officially
began her duties on September 12 and they are looking
forward to a long and productive working relationship.
You can reach Shannon by email at
shannon@workforcedev.ca or by telephone at (613) 382-
7462.
Kingston Hydro Offers $1000 of Free Lighting Efficiency
Upgrades to Small Businesses. It may sound too good to
be true, but it’s for real. Kingston Hydro’s Small Business
Lighting program is offering a free lighting efficiency
assessment, up to $1000 in free lighting efficiency retrofits
and additional electricity conservation incentives to its
small business customers. Leena Verk, Kingston Hydro’s
Small Business Lighting Customer Service Representative,
will be calling all Kingston Hydro small business customers
over the coming months to provide information about this
program and to book assessments. Businesses that
previously conducted lighting efficiency retrofits under the
“Power Savings Blitz” program are not eligible for the
Small Business Lighting program, but could qualify for >>

other conservation incentives. To discuss this and other
Kingston Hydro electricity programs, feel free to contact
Stephen Sottile, Conservation Officer, at (613)546-1181
x2477 or ssottile@utilitieskingston.com.
Information about all of Kingston Hydro’s electricity
conservation programs is available at
www.kingstonhydro.saveonenergy.ca. Small business
owners in Kingston Hydro territory who do not pay their
own electricity bill may also participate in this program,
but will not be receiving phone calls from Kingston Hydro.
To book your free Small Business Lighting assessment,
contact Leena Verk at
smallbusinesslighting@kingstonhydro.com or (613)888-
0149.
From the Ontario Chamber of Commerce
Check out the Ontario Election Page of the brand new
OCC website. It contains the policy priorities from the
business community - results from our Pre-Election
Business Survey - and the Policy Matrix, which aligns the
responses from all four major political parties against
OCC policy resolutions. http://occ.on.ca/ontario-
election/

REPORT ON 2011 PRE-ELECTION BUSINESS SURVEY
The Report on the OCC 2011 Pre-Election Business
Survey document outlines the election priorities of
nearly 1100 businesses across Ontario. Thank you for
your help in promoting this survey.
http://occ.on.ca/ontario-election/pre-election-business-
survey/

HOT TOPICS AND KEY MESSAGES
The Hot Topics and Key Messages document provides
information around the key issues identified in the OCC
2011 Pre-Election Business Survey and through OCC policy.

http://occ.on.ca/assets/Hot-Topics-and-Key-Messages.pdf




www.kingstonchamber.on.ca
Upcoming Chamber Events
Due to the increased volume of payments being
processed at our events and time delays, we
request registrants to pay in advance for any
event, when there is a fee being charged. Walk-ins
for all events will be charged the non-member
rate. Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior
to event to avoid invoicing. ‘No-shows’ will be
invoiced the full event price plus a $5.00
administration fee. You can purchase Chamber
breakfast certificates in advance. You can buy 11
for the price of 10 by calling the Chamber at
613.548.4453. Thank you.
Thursday, October 13, 08:30 am - 10:30 am. Chamber
Workshop: Direct Mail – Done Affordably with
PrintFusion Inc. Direct marketing is practiced by
businesses of all sizes - from the smallest start-up to the
leaders on the Fortune 500. A well-executed direct
advertising campaign can offer a positive return on
investment as the message is not hidden with
overcomplicated branding. Instead, direct advertising is
straight to the point; offers a product, service, or event;
and explains how to get the offered product, service, or
event. Cost is $15 plus HST for Chamber members. $25
plus HST non-members. Innovation Park at 945 Princess
Street. 72 hours prior notice for cancellation for attendees.
Thursday, October 13
th
- 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Celebrate
Small Business Mixer at the Confederation Place Hotel.
Sponsored by BDC Business Development Bank of Canada.
SMALL BUSINESS IS MAKING BIG NEWS! Help us to
celebrate the success of the SME’S propelling and
prospering in our community at our Small Business Mixer.
Cost for Chamber members to exhibit is $105 dollars plus
HST. Admission is free. 72 hours prior notice for
cancellation for exhibitors.
Tuesday, October 18th - 7:15 am – 9:00 am. Chamber
Breakfast at the Donald Gordon Centre. Topic is Mental
Health in the workplace. Keynote speaker will be Heather
Stuart, a social-epidemiologist specializing in psychiatric
epidemiology and mental health services research. The
World Health Organization’s Suicide Prevention Program
has used Professor Stuart’s work in a series of resource
manuals for suicide prevention pertaining to correctional
settings; police and first responders; and workplaces. Cost
for Chamber members, $21.02 plus HST ($23.75 total),
$30.97 plus HST for non-members ($35.00 total).
Sponsored by Bell. 72 hours prior notice for cancellation
for attendees.


Wednesday, October 26, 8:30 am - 10:30 am. Chamber
Workshop: iPhone Tips N’ Tricks with Rogers Wireless
Express. Whether you're an iPhone rookie or a weathered
pro, take a look at these quick-and-easy iPhone tips and
tricks which not only save you time, but ease your overall
iPhone experience. Cost is $15 plus HST for Chamber
members. $25 plus HST non-members. Innovation Park at
945 Princess Street. 72 hours prior notice for cancellation
for attendees.
Friday, November 4
th -
It’s our 16
TH
Annual President’s
Gala featuring the Business Achievement Awards. It’s the
biggest night on our calendar of events. Do not miss
being part of this prestigious evening as we recognize the
businesses and business people making a difference in
our City. Host: Kingston Banquet and Conference Centre at
Days Inn Kingston, 33 Benson Street. Tickets: $100 plus
HST for Chamber members, $130 plus HST for non-
members. 72 hours prior notice for cancellation for
attendees.
Tuesday, November 15
th
- 7:15 am – 9:00 am. Chamber
Breakfast – You Are the Speaker. Everyone in attendance
will have the chance to stand, introduce themselves and
tell a little bit of what you do and how you can help others
with your unique skill. Think of it as your own personal 30-
second radio commercial. Host: Travelodge Kingston
LaSalle Hotel. Sponsored by Digital Office Systems. Cost for
Chamber members, $21.02 plus HST ($23.75 total), $30.97
plus HST for non-members ($35.00 total). 72 hours prior
notice for cancellation for attendees.
Thursday, November 24
th
- 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Bring A
Buddy Business Mixer in the Renaissance Event Venue at
285 Queen Street. Show your buddy, or buddies, how
dynamic the Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce is
and can be! Let them experience the qualities of the
Chamber with some delicious complimentary servings.
Sponsored by: Shoebox Services. Cost for Chamber
members to exhibit is $105 dollars plus HST. Admission is
free. 72 hours prior notice for cancellation for exhibitors.
Thursday, December 15
th
- 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Happy
Holidays Business Mixer at the Marriott Courtyard
Kingston, Highway 401/Division Street. Join us after work
for great networking, complimentary hors d oeuvres and
door prizes! Chamber mixers are great venues for making
new friends and professional contacts. Sponsored by:
Investors Group. Admission is free.




www.kingstonchamber.on.ca





























6
th
LADIES DAY ON THE GREEN A
TREMENDOUS SUCCESS ON AND OFF THE
COURSE!

What began as a fun little idea over six years ago has
blossomed into one of the Chamber of Commerce’s most
successful, dynamic and charitable events. As the sun sets
on the memory of our 6th Ladies Day on the Green, we
can look back and take pride in raising another tidy sum to
benefit Breast Cancer Action Kingston. Thanks to all of our
wonderful sponsors and volunteers. A big round of
applause is also in order for Amherstview Golf Club, whose
staff provided a great course, hospitality and meal.

Below are pictured members of the top foursome, with a
score of 69. Included are Kathleen Wattie– Barnett, Judy
O’Sullivan, Tracey Stuart and Sheryl Baker

Below left Megan Coughlin-Knott, Chamber President and
Ruth Wannemacher on the right from Putt n’ Blast bookend
most honest winners from Rogers Radio Kingston, Wendy
Bouwma, Kelly McGuire, Jacquie Beckett and Brittanie
Sullivan

EVENTS SUPPORTED BY VIA RAIL CANADA
Local Provincial Candidates Meet at September
Chamber Breakfast
We kicked off another dynamic season of networking with a
delicious and inspiring start to the day Wednesday,
September 7
th
. The Radisson Hotel Kingston Harbourfront
was the setting as the Ontario election kicked off in style
province-wide. Each candidate running for the seat in
Kingston and the Islands spoke passionately about their
personal background and party platform. Thank you to our
sponsors for the event, KEYS Job Centre.
Pictured below are, left to right, Michael Harris of KEYS Job
Centre (Breakfast Sponsor); PC candidate Rodger James;
NDP candidate Mary Rita Holland, Green Party Candidate
Robert Kiley, Liberal candidate and incumbent, the Hon.
John Gerretsen; Chamber 1
st
VP John Ryce of Investors
Group.

EVENTS SPONSORED BY BELL MEDIA STATIONS
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President Megan (Coughlin) Knott and the Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce
invite you to the sixteenth annual
President’s Gala and Business Achievement Awards
Friday, November 4
th
, 2011
Kingston Banquet and Conference Centre
33 Benson Street
Recepticn 6.00 p.m. º Dinner 7.00 p.m. º Awards ceremcny 9.00 p.m.
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Musical entertainment by the Zak 0clbert Prc|ect
A take-hcme gift fcr every attendee
Dccr prizes
Dress is semi-fcrmal
Please RSVP by October 21
st
, 2011
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Fax. 613-548-4743 Phcne. 613-548-4453
Email. dana@kingstcnchamber.cn.ca
REGISTRATION
Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce workshop with PrintFusion Inc,
Thursday, October 13th, 2011.
8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Innovation Boardroom, Innovation Park at 945 Princess Street.
Registration- $15 plus HST for Chamber members, $25 plus HST for non-members.
Refreshments provided. 72 hours notice is required for cancellations; ‘no-shows’ will be billed.

Name(s)
________________________________________________________________________

Company:_________________________________________________

Telephone: ________________________E-mail: ___________________________________

Payment method: Cheque/cash Visa/MasterCard #_______
____________________________
Expiry________________________

Fax your registration form back to: Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce, 613-548-4743.
See us on the web: www.kingstonchamber.on.ca
Chamber Workshop
Thursday, October 13, 2011
8:30 am—10:30 am
DIRECT MAIL—DONE
AFFORDABLE ~ with
PrintFusion Inc.
Innovation Park at 945 Princess
A well-executed direct advertising campaign can offer a positive return on investment
as the message is not hidden with overcomplicated branding. Instead, direct
advertising is straight to the point; offers a product, service, or event; and explains
how to get the offered product, service, or event. This workshop will highlight the basic
guidelines when using Addressed vs Unaddressed admail. Budget - Copy - type of
piece options. Who, When, Where.

Unaddressed: Understanding postal walks for choosing where and how many, while
meeting Canada Post requirements.

Addressed: Variable print on letters, postcards, envelopes that allow a tailored
personalized message.

The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce continues to
provide our members and all of the business community with
the best information on issues that have impact.
CELEBRATE SMALL
BUSINESS MIXER
Thursday, October 13th, 2011
at the Confederation Place Hotel
Exhibitor Registration - October 13th Small Business Mixer
**Exhibit tables are reserved for members of the Greater Kingston
Chamber of Commerce. *72 hours notice required for exhibit cancellations or no refund.

Contact:____________________________________Business: _____________________________________

Phone: __________________________Payment: $105.00 + HST

Payment Method: Cheque enclosed MC/VISA
Credit card#:_________________________________Exp._____


Mail/Fax to: Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce, Innovation Park at 945 Princess St., Kingston ON
K7L 3N6. Secure online registration at www.kingstonchamber.on.ca

Tel: (613)548-4453 Fax: (613)548-4743
(Win fantastic door prizes courtesy of
Chamber members!!)
SPONSOR:
HOST:

Keynote speaker will be Dr.
Heather Stuart, a social-
epidemiologist specializing in
psychiatric
epidemiology and mental health
services research. The World
Health Organization’s Suicide
Prevention Program has used
Professor Stuart’s work in a
series of resource manuals for
suicide prevention pertaining to
correctional settings; police and
first responders; and
workplaces.
Host Host Host Host
Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor
The Donald Gordon
Conference Centre
421 Union Street
Register at
kingstonchamber.on.ca
Tuesday, October
18
2011

7:15 am—9:00 am
At the Harbour Restaurant, 53 Yonge
Street.
Mark it on your calendar

CHAMBER BREAKFAST

—MENTAL HEALTH AND
THE WORKPLACE


Chamber Breakfast at the
Donald Gordon Centre -Tuesday, October 18th, 2011.

Attendee(s)
____________________________________________________________________________

Company:
____________________________________________________________________


Telephone: ______________________________

Fax____________________________________Email_________________________
___________
Registration: $21.02 plus HST Chamber members. $30.97 plus HST Non-members
Method of payment:  Cheque

 Visa/MasterCard
#_______________________________________Expiry Date: ____________________

**Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to event to avoid invoicing.
‘No-shows’ will be invoiced. Fax back this form to the Greater Kingston Chamber of
Commerce at
613-548-4743, call us at 613-548-4453 or register online at
www.kingstonchamber.on.ca

Chamber Events are promoted by:

REGISTRATION
Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce workshop with Rogers Wireless Express,
Wednesday, October 26th, 2011.
8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Innovation Boardroom, Innovation Park at 945 Princess Street.
Registration- $15 plus HST for Chamber members, $25 plus HST for non-members.
Refreshments provided. 72 hours notice is required for cancellations; ‘no-shows’ will be billed.

Name(s)
________________________________________________________________________

Company:_________________________________________________

Telephone: ________________________E-mail: ___________________________________

Payment method: Cheque/cash Visa/MasterCard #_______
____________________________
Expiry________________________

Fax your registration form back to: Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce, 613-548-4743.
See us on the web: www.kingstonchamber.on.ca
Chamber Workshop
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
8:30 am—10:30 am
iPHONE TIPS AND TRICKS ~ with
Rogers Wireless Express
At Innovation Park at 945 Princess
Street

Unleash the true power of your mobile
device. This is a chance to attend a “user
focused” session with hands-on tools and
training by Rogers Wireless Express
professionals. For the beginner or seasoned
expert, this workshop is ideal in explaining
everything you need to make your handheld
device work best for you!

The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce continues to
provide our members and all of the business community with
the best information on issues that have impact.

Everyone in attendance will have the
chance to stand, introduce themselves
and tell a little bit of what you do and
how you can help others with your
unique skill. Think of it as your own
personal 30-second radio commercial.
Chamber Breakfast: Chamber Breakfast: Chamber Breakfast: Chamber Breakfast:
You Are the Speaker You Are the Speaker You Are the Speaker You Are the Speaker
Host Host Host Host
Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor

The Travelodge Kingston
LaSalle Hotel
2360 Princess Street

Register at
www.kingstonchamber.on.ca
Tuesday, Nov
15
2011
7:15 am—9:00 am
At the Travelodge
Kingston LaSalle Hotel,
2360 Princess Street
Mark it
on your calendar



Chamber Breakfast at the Travelodge - Tuesday, November 15th, 2011.

Attendee(s)
____________________________________________________________________________

Company:
____________________________________________________________________


Telephone: ______________________________

Fax____________________________________Email_________________________
___________
Registration: $21.02 plus HST Chamber members. $30.97 plus HST Non-members
Method of payment:  Cheque

 Visa/MasterCard
#_______________________________________Expiry Date: ____________________

**Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to event to avoid invoicing.
‘No-shows’ will be invoiced. Fax back this form to the Greater Kingston Chamber of
Commerce at
613-548-4743, call us at 613-548-4453 or register online at
www.kingstonchamber.on.ca

Chamber Events are promoted by:
BRING A BUDDY
BUSINESS MIXER
Thursday, Nov 24th, 2011
at the Renaissance Event Venue
285 Queen Street
Exhibitor Registration - Nov 24th Bring A Buddy Business Mixer
**Exhibit tables are reserved for members of the Greater Kingston
Chamber of Commerce. *72 hours notice required for exhibit cancellations or no refund.

Contact:____________________________________Business: _____________________________________

Phone: __________________________Payment: $105.00 + HST

Payment Method: Cheque enclosed MC/VISA
Credit card#:_________________________________Exp._____


Mail/Fax to: Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce, Innovation Park at 945 Princess St., Kingston ON
K7L 3N6. Secure online registration at www.kingstonchamber.on.ca

Tel: (613)548-4453 Fax: (613)548-4743
(Win fantastic door prizes courtesy of
Chamber members!!)
SPONSOR:
HOST:
Bring an
unwrapped toy in
support of the
Fly-FM Toy Drive
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
BUSINESS MIXER
Thursday, Dec 15th, 2011

Chamber
Events are
Promoted By:
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