Chamber Kicks off Breakfast Season with Magic
SPRINGFIELD — MindScrambler’s “Cultivating Connections” live show will be the highlight of the Springfield Regional Chamber’s kick-off Business@Breakfast on Sept. 7 at 7:15 a.m. at the Sheraton Springfield, One Monarch Place, Springfield.
The event is sponsored by Breakfast Series Sponsor United Personnel, Breakfast Sponsor Columbia Gas of Massachusetts, Speaker Sponsor Bay Path University’s Graduate Program and Coffee Bar Sponsor FIT Staffing.
Having the ability to connect with others is the foundation to any relationship. With friendships, networking opportunities or a business interactions the stronger you can form the connection, the more powerful the bond. In a MindScramblers live show, they partner with the audience in an entertaining, interactive presentation to personally bond at levels never thought possible.
MindScambler’s Founder Christopher L. Tabora will orchestrate a mind-blowing demonstration of what an optimal connection should look like.
With more than 20 years of success in the medical device sales field and decades of performances, Tabora has been crafting miracles and creating artistic wonders for elite gatherings his entire life. As a corporate sales professional, performer, writer, sculptor, photographer and a student of the art of magic, Tabora has been described as “… a modern day renaissance man.”
He credits all of his success to one simple thing – his understanding of how to build meaningful connections. Whether it’s reaching out at a professional level while engaging in a sales call or trying to touch an individual emotionally via an artistic means, Tabora says it all stems from one’s ability to cultivate indestructible connections with the world around you.
At the breakfast, the chamber will also welcome to the region Nate Costa and the Springfield Thunderbirds and Zach Baru and the Springfield Sting.
Reservations are $22.50 in advance for Springfield Regional Chamber members ($25 for member walk-in registrations) and $30 for general admission. Reservations are suggested and can be made online at www.springfieldregionalchamber.com.
Members can also purchase a season pass in advance of the breakfast. Season passes are a guaranteed reservation for each of the chamber’s regularly-scheduled 2016-17 Business@Breakfasts and can save attendees time and money. Season passes are available for purchase by members for $175 — nine breakfasts for the price of eight — and can be purchased on the chamber website as well.