“Keep It Local” TV Show
On this edition of Keep It Local, we visit Soul Warrior Fitness on 131 Dodge Street in Beverly and find out that it’s more than diet that helps you leads to total body wellness. We spoke with Service Core of Retired Executive (S.C.O.R.E.) business counselor Bart Schick, about how they help all businesses with their most urgent business needs.
We check in with Infinite Media founder, Nancy Parshley who tells us what’s trending in digital marketing in 2022. Financial Advisor for Edward Jones, Walter Hartford explains how to save in a volatile market. Lastly, we get an update from City of Beverly ARPA Manage Jaimie Corliss about the ARPA Fund application process and what those that apply can expect.
This show is all about GIVING! On this episode we feature Flip the Bird’s Battle of the Bird’s Tasty charitable initiative. We also speak with Grateful Friends executive director Kim Paratore about how they help thousands of cancer patients and we speak with Beverly Bootstraps executive director Sue Gabriel, Pathways For Children Program Administrator Patty Donahue and North shore Community Action Program executive director, Laura Meisenhelter about their organizations most urgent needs and the programs and services they provide families in our region.
This episode features Bill Hanney from the North Shore Music Theater, Marisa L. Cole from Sensational Travel, and Sydney Ortega from Simply Placed.
Keep It Local is a no-cost member-benefit for GBCC members. Hosted by Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Leslie Gould, and Chamber Member, John King, of Headway Strategies. Keep it Local is produced by the Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce and BevCam.
If you’re a GBCC member and want to be featured, please email Leslie Gould at [email protected]
Keep it Local Sponsor: Big A’s Home Improvement
I joined the chamber ins 2014 and have enjoyed the opportunity to meet many of the chamber members through committee work, programs, networking events as well as through the “Voice of Business and “Keep It Local” TV Shows I’ve hosted on Bev Cam. With the pandemic mostly passed I look forward to meeting with the new members in the future. But above all, remember to “Keep It Local” and support our chamber member’s organizations.