CABI holds June ‘Meet and Greet’ at Dunkin’ Brands HQ

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When you are planning an early morning event and want your guests appropriately caffeinated, there is arguably no better place to gather than Dunkin’ Brands headquarters in Canton.

CABI President Brian Mahoney and Dunkin’ Brands VP Jason Maceda

CABI President Brian Mahoney and Dunkin’ Brands VP Jason Maceda

The Canton Association of Business & Industry (CABI) was fortunate to have an opportunity to host its June 12 Meet and Greet at Dunkin’s Royall Street office complex thanks to the generosity of Jason Maceda, Vice President, U.S. Financial Planning & Field Treasury for Dunkin’ Brands. (And, yes, there was plenty of coffee.)

CABI President Brian Mahoney and Maceda opened the meeting by welcoming members and guests. “You are very fortunate to be in such a well-run town that works with businesses and works to keep them here,” said Maceda.

Attendees represented one-person businesses to large organizations with global reach like Dunkin’ Brands. As they were introduced, several talked about how they have benefited from operating in business-friendly Canton. Karla McCarron, vice president of marketing for the City of Boston Credit Union, joined by their new president, Daniel E. Waltz, shared their experience of opening their new location on Route 138 and how surprisingly easy the process was in Canton. McCarron also provided details on the 13th annual Canton Road Race, which is being presented by City of Boston Credit Union this year. The race is scheduled for Sunday, September 24, and will be located on the campus of the Pappas Rehabilitation Hospital for Children. Online registration is available at www.cantonroadrace.org.

Local and state officials in attendance included state Senator Walter Timilty; Charles Aspinwall, Canton’s town administrator; and Gene Manning, CABI past president, member of the Canton Economic Development Committee and Canton town assessor.

A theme that organically emerged from the group discussion centered on the ongoing contributions of CABI Executive Director Paul Hannigan, who was praised for his extraordinary knack for connecting people and getting them involved.

For a list of CABI members, upcoming events, and details on how to join, visit www.cantonbusiness.org.

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