The 2020 Trendsetters event scheduled for Thursday, March 26th will be postponed to Wednesday, September 2nd . The Keene Sentinel’s President Terrence Williams made this decision based on the current state of the COVID-19 outbreak. He said “We thought it prudent to follow various medical guidelines as they relate to holding large events, and with our usual gathering of 200 to 300 people, we shouldn’t put anyone at unnecessary risk.”
Since you’ve already paid for your tickets, you have the option of either allowing The Sentinel to hold the funds until the event is rescheduled later this year or get a refund. Please let us know what would work best for you.
Thank you for your understanding as we face this current health emergency together.
Welcome to Trendsetters 2020, an event at which a diverse group of young professionals will be honored by The Keene Sentinel and The Business Journal of Greater Keene, Brattleboro and Peterborough and Keene Young Professionals Network. The awards are on March 26th at the Keene Country Club from 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM. Beer tasting is featured.
This year's Trendsetters are:
Mari Brunner, Mike Remy, Rachel Eschle, Derek Scalia, Elizabeth Wood, Jordan Sharra, Ashley Guion, Chelsea Szalanski, Lindsey Masterson, Sarah Costa, Derek Paul, and Jonny Norris,
We will recognize up-and-coming business leaders from the Monadnock Region as selected by a panel that includes past winners and those involved in KYPN. Profiles and photos of all Trendsetters will be in the March issue of The Business Journal of Greater Keene, Brattleboro and Peterborough. All subscribers to The Keene Sentinel will receive a copy of the magazine, along with 1,500 mailed copies and 1,000 free drops. Publication will be out March 20.
“We recognize that these awards are a small part of paying tribute to the value of young professionals and employees,” said Terrence Williams, President and COO of The Sentinel. “We continue to hope, however, that the awards give us a chance to highlight the importance of young workers deciding on this area as a place to lay down roots.”
Any questions can be directed to Terrence Williams, either via e-mail at [email protected] or by calling 603 283-0703.