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CORPORATE CROWD PLEASERS include a tour or appearances by Patriots' organization members for the 500 business and private gatherings hosted each year by the stadium. /

Patriots’ appeal attracts many groups to Gillette

Thousands of people throng to Gillette Stadium when the Patriots or the Revolution are playing at home, or when a rock star on a...
TEAM-BUILDING exercises such as this one help Leadership Rhode Island participants develop their interpersonal skills. /

Off-site training programs<br> bring diverse groups together

Training your employees to make them the best of the best in your industry, and being able to retain them, involves more than occasional...

Historic inns lure businesses with personal touch

Large chain hotels long have dominated the corporate meetings market, offering convenience and versatile spaces to accommodate a wide range of needs. But smaller...

Is your company ready to ‘swirl and sip’?

My favorite episodes of “The Office,” NBC’s so-real-it’s-scary sitcom, always involve the party planning committee. This austere group is headed by Angela, who –...

Brown pledges $10M endowment,<br> fellows for public schools

PROVIDENCE – Inspired in part by a report from its Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice, Brown University has pledged to create a $10...

Most R.I. residents favor return of gaming rights

DARTMOUTH, Mass. – A survey by the University of Massachusetts–Dartmouth Center for Policy Analysis has found that a majority of Rhode Island residents favor...

Im-aj honored for R.I. Housing, Crossroads ads

Im-aj Communications and Design has been honored in the Service Industry Advertising Awards, a national competition, for television ads it created for Rhode Island...

Washington Trust to collect peanut butter

The Washington Trust Co. will hold its seventh annual “PB Xpress,” a bank-wide drive to collect jars of peanut butter for the Rhode Island...
WINNING PLAYWRIGHTS, from left, back row, Nicholas R. Beaudoin, Jonathan Esteban, Boris Colindres and Claudia De La Hoz; front, Michael Martins and Samantha Acampora. /

Theater to let teens stage their own plays

All Children’s Theatre, a nonprofit theater company, has chosen four plays by local teens to be produced with a professional director and shown in...
FROM LEFT, Michael Fanton, executive director of Ronald McDonald House, Bill Stamp and Karla Young, of the R.I. Farm Bureau, center, and Linda King, house manager of the Ronald McDonald House in Providence. /

Food drive aids Ronald McDonald House

As part of Food Check-Out Week, the R.I. Farm Bureau sponsored a food drive on behalf of Ronald McDonald House, a nonprofit that provides...
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