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Main Street News May 2012

Pino Bacinello, CBI, M&AMI, CMEA, CSBA Chairman’s Message Greetings: This is a special time. We are only weeks away from our first annual conference in San Antonio Texas and are knee deep in transition. SmithBucklin and their staff are supportive to the transition to Meeting Expectations (ME). Both organizations and their teams have been working […]

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Main Street News April 2012

Pino Bacinello, CBI, M&AMI, CMEA, CSBA Chairman’s Message Greetings, With Spring in the air for many of us and certainly up here in Canada, I cannot help but get excited about the new growth it brings with it. All in bloom, the warmer air and longer days, and it all remind me of where we […]

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Main Street News March 2012

Chairman’s Message Greetings: Hope your 2012 is off to a good start. It is hard to believe that we are nearing Q2 of 2012. The first couple of months have kept us busy tying up 2011 loose ends: The Auditors are now at working to complete the 2011 Audit. Upon completion we will, for the […]

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Main Street News February 2012

Save the Date! – More Information Will Be Out Soon! We are very excited about our Spring 2012 event in San Antonio. Since we will have 1 major event this year we’re planning on pulling out all the stops and making this conference a Blowout! The conference will be held June 4 – 9 at […]

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Main Street News January 2012

Pino Bacinello, CBI, M&AMI, CMEA, CSBA Chairman’s Message 2012 Vision Greetings, I am both humbled and honored to be the Chairperson for the 2012 Fiscal Year. As the incoming chair during 2011, I had my ear close to the ground, and what I heard was a dire need for positive change to our association where […]

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