MVB Magazine's 40 Under 40 Luncheon
Friday, June 15, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (EDT)
Builders, bakers, ice cream makers.
Realtors, teachers and other leaders.
MVB (Merrimack Valley Business), a publication of The Eagle-Tribune, will hit local newsstands next week with its second “40 Under 40” edition, featuring up-and-coming business people who are making a profound difference in their fields and the wider community.
“MVB Magazine is evolving into the business voice of the Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire,” said Publisher Al Getler. “Our 40 under 40 winners are in an elite group and we want to celebrate their achievements.”
With hundreds of good candidates from which to choose, the staff of MVB had to work hard to whittle down the nominations to 40 people under the age of 40 who are making the region a better place to work, live and play.
“Wow, I’m impressed,” said MVB Editor in Chief Tracey Dee Rauh of the pool of nominees and the ultimate winners. “As a group, our recipients have made many lifetimes worth of contributions to the people they love and serve, and the communities to which they are dedicated.
Who are the winners? For a full list see the June issue of MVB magazine, available at The Eagle-Tribune and retail stores around the Merrimack Valley. You will also find the list of winners in our announcement of the 40 Under 40 Recognition Luncheon in today’s edition.
Northern Essex Community College President Lane Glenn will speak at the event, as will Getler. The 40 Under 40 will receive awards and gifts.
Scheduled for noon, Friday, June 15, at Northern Essex Community College’s Hartleb Technology Center, the luncheon is, above all, a celebration of these outstanding individuals. If you have a personal or professional relationship — or even a vested interest in the healthy future of the Merrimack Valley, MVB invites you to purchase a ticket of this special event for which a portion of proceeds will be dedicated to a leadership scholarship at Northern Essex Community College.
“We urge the business and nonprofit community to attend this event and celebrate the winners,” Getler said. “We have some surprises planned and an awesome keynote speaker in NECC president Lane Glenn.”
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