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OUA Strategic Plan

MRSB Consulting Services is proud to have worked with Ontario University Athletics (OUA) on a comprehensive Strategic Plan, which maps out a clear vision and priorities for this preeminent organization from now until 2020.

Congratulations to OUA on the release of their plan, as well as their brand new website! Click below to view the full report:

                                                         

 

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

As everyone is surely aware of by now, ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease) is a serious neuromuscular disease that affects thousands of Canadians each year. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has helped to raise millions of dollars in research funding, with people across the country stepping up to take the challenge and to donate.

MRSB Group was nominated by one of our team members, Michelle MacIntyre to take the Challenge. Thirteen of us lined up in our parking lot with recycling bins full of icy water on Wednesday. Each participant donated to the cause, as well as many staff who preferred not to get soaked!

Here's our video, which also nominates fellow Charlottetown firm MacPherson, Roche, Smith & Associated to take the Challenge. Don't forget to donate, everyone!

 

Chamber business mixer highlights

It's hard to believe we've been Title Sponsor of the Charlottetown Chamber of Commerce's Business Mixer program for four months already! From setting up our first booth to seeing new faces to announcing our lucky door prize winners, it's always a great time.

We've compiled a few of our favourite photos from the last few mixers - hopefully they'll provide a sense of the positive atmosphere, tasty food and venues that make each Mixer a not-to-be-missed event for all Chamber members and their guests.

The first MRSB-sponsored Mixer was held at the beautiful Glasgow Hills Golf Club. The weather was perfect and our team was looking sharp...

Courtesy of Louise Vessey - Light & Vision Photography, 2014

The June Mixer was hosted at Peake's Quay in downtown Charlottetown. Rain was pouring from the eaves and the deck didn't get much action, but the main room filled up nicely. And wow, that seafood chowder was amazing!

   

In August, Stratford Town Hall did a fantastic job as host venue. Mayor David Dunphy was in attendance and Andrews of Stratford provided the catering. The Chamber ladies were also decked out in top hats in celebration of PEI 2014.

  

          

Here's to many more successful events to come! If you are a Charlottetown business thinking about joining the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce, you can apply on their website.

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