Tag Archives: Peter Webber

Cool Stuff You Might Not Have Known About The New Cape Ann License Plates Video Interview

Did you know you can request your numbers for a little extra dough?

I’ve got printed applications right here at the dock if you want to pick one up.  I’ll even deliver it to the Chamber for you!

There was a ton of stuff I found out for the first time in this interview with Ken Riehl, Peter Webber, Brienne Black and Kerry McKenna.

Order your own plate personalized with your favorite numbers right at the Chamber website-

http://capeannchamber.com/

Download an APPLICATION.

For more information, please contact the Chamber at info@capeannchamber.com, or call 978-283-1601.

CA Plate to RMV 8 May

Click for video interview-

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If you don’t have a printer you can head to the Chamber for an application or come down the dock and I have them here-

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Betsy Wall, Director of Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism

Betsy Wall ©Kim Smith 2013jpg copyThe Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce’s Coffee and Connections featuring Betsy Wall, the Director of the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism, was very well attended this morning and was hosted by Chamber board member Mat Anzivino of the Rockport Inn and Suites. Peter Webber, Senior Voice President of the Cape Ann Chamber, had arranged for this very interesting and informative meeting. Thanks so much to Joey and Catherine Ryan for getting the word out with several postings on Good Morning Gloucester.

Betsy Wall Bruce Tarr Webber ©Kim Smith 2013Senator Bruce Tarr, Betsy Wall, Peter Webber, and Mat Anzivino

Betsy Wall Harold Burnham ©Kim Smith 2013JPG Betsy Wall and Harold Burnham

See recent GMG post by Catherine Ryan about the 2013 Annual Conference on Travel and Tourism that she attended, and how connecting with the MOTT website can significantly help your business or organization.

The 2013 Annual Governor’s Conference on Travel and Tourism took place in the Hall of Flags of the State House

Betsy Wall ©Kim Smith 2013Betsy Wall and Lisa Simmons, Director of PR and Communications 

Holland America Cruise Ship Eurodam Coming to Cruiseport Sunday, September 16

Peter Webber writes-

Good day. I am writing today to remind everyone that the next major cruise ship of the season will be arriving in Gloucester Harbor on this coming Sunday, September 16: Holland America’s cruise ship the ms Eurodam, with a capacity of 2104 passengers. Once again the Chamber will be working together with the city of Gloucester’s volunteer welcoming committee and CATA to welcome and guide Eurodam’s passengers as they disembark and arrive at the Cruiseport terminal. The first tenders carrying passengers from the ship are expected to arrive at Cruiseport at approximately 9:00 am Sunday.  Many will board motor coaches for planned excursions to various locations, while many others will be guided to CATA trolleys and buses for transportation to downtown Gloucester and Rockport. 

Please note the attached “Welcome Eurodam Passengers” flyer, which we encourage you to print and post at your place of business to help give the Eurodam passengers a hearty Cape Ann welcome.  I have also attached a flyer featuring several upcoming Chamber and community events scheduled for September and October, including next Tuesday’s (September 18) sales seminar with author Marc Wayshak at the Elks at Bass Rocks, beginning with check-in at 7:30 am.  Please contact the Chamber today to reserve your place.  Best regards. Peter

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Chickity Check It!- Christmas In Rockport Website

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Peter Webber wrote me yesterday announcing the launch of the new Christmas in Rockport Website. http://www.christmasinrockport.org/

Feelthe warmth of the season in one of New England’s most picturesque towns, where Christmas is still celebrated the way it used to be.
Join us for the tree lighting and the Pageant; the fairs and the festivals; the concerts and the strolling minstrels. We’re easy to get to by car (see map) and train (see schedule). Public restrooms are open and on-street parking is FREE throughout the holiday season.

Over 100 quaint shops and art galleries offer an abundance of unique gifts for the whole family in every price range. And a variety of seaside inns and restaurants remain open for your holiday enjoyment.