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Please join us for our Annual President's Dinner

Please join us on Thursday, November 13th from 5:00PM to 8:00PM at the Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill

Cocktail hour from 5:00-6:00 PM followed by dinner from 6:00-8:00 PM

NEBTA members will have the opportunity to vote for their 2015 Executive Board Members: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Voting will commence around 5:30PM.

In addition to elections, we will be honoring a New England Travel Professional with the NEBTA Award for Leadership and Professional Excellence. Previous recipients have included Tom Kinton, past Massport Director of Aviation; Scott Solombrino, President and CEO of DavEl Chauffeured Transportation Network; Patrick Moscaritolo, President and CEO of the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau; Gary Polito, Global Travel Sourcing Manager, Biogen Idec; Sharon Fogarty, Global Travel Category Manager, Haemonetics Corporation; and Bob Levine, Dav El Chauffeured Transportation Network.

Our guest speaker for the evening is State Representative, 12th Plymouth District, Thomas J. Calter.

State Representative Thomas J. Calter was sworn into office on January 6, 2007 and proudly represents constituents in his home town of Kingston, as well as Plymouth, Duxbury, Halifax, Plympton and Middleboro. Tom is currently serving his fourth term in office during which he serves on the Joint Committee on Higher Education, the Committee on Economic Development & Emerging Technologies; and the Committee on Community Development & Small Business -- areas in which he is able to bring his experience from a long career in business management and leadership to the discussions.

Tom has been a tireless advocate for the issues that improve the quality of life in the 12th Plymouth District and has fought hard for the needs of children, seniors, and veterans in Massachusetts. He has often stood alone in pursuit of laws that promote reform, transparency, and good government. He believes that everyone is entitled to a good job and sees it as government's responsibility to create an economic environment where businesses can grow and where working men and women benefit.

Tom Calter is a career businessman who holds an MBA from Northeastern University. Tom has spent the majority of his career in the environmental services industry. As a young man, he began as a laborer responding to oil spills, cleaning oil tanks, and remediating hazardous waste sites, often under difficult and dangerous conditions. He put himself through North Adams State College and after graduating, embarked on his career in business management. He has acquired, built, or reorganized more than a dozen companies in his 30 year career. He has created hundreds of jobs during that period and has proudly worked to improve wages, working conditions, and safety standards for working men and women.

Tickets:

$0.00 Members

$75.00 Non-Members

Discounted parking for $5.00 is available after 5:00 PM at the garage next to the hotel. The gargage is located between Au bon Pain and Sarni Cleaners. Parking tickets will be stamped at the event.