Suisman Shapiro Becomes a Regional Benefactor of the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut
Suisman Shapiro Attorneys at Law, the largest law firm in eastern Connecticut, has become a Regional Benefactor of the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut.
“The firm joins a select group of businesses and professional organizations, almost two dozen in number, whose support is crucial to fulfilling the Chamber’s mission,” said Tony Sheridan, President and CEO. “We are particularly pleased to welcome Suisman Shapiro as a Regional Benefactor,” he said, adding that “the firm has a well-deserved reputation of offering a superior quality of legal services.”
“Our benefactors are integral to all Chamber members. Because these good corporate citizens become involved, we are able to offer a range of education and information programs that assist all businesses and organizations, particularly the smaller ones,” said Sheridan.
“Suisman Shapiro Attorneys at Law has a history of community involvement and a commitment to excellence,”. “We see involvement with the Chamber as yet another example of our dedication to the region, and its residents and businesses,”. “Supporting the Chamber is important because it is not only the voice of business in our region, but it works to improve the quality of life in eastern Connecticut as well.”
Regional Benefactors play an important role in the activities of the Chamber, enabling it to offer programs from economic development, tourism promotion and a wide range of educational and informational services to companies of all sizes, particularly the smaller ones throughout the region who would not have access to these resources without the Chamber.
About The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut:
The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut is a collaborative of business and community leaders dedicated to securing and enhancing the economic vitality of eastern Connecticut. The Chamber works to create value for its members and the region by providing forums for business networking, leadership and discussions of issues that affect the region; providing opportunities for members to showcase their products, services and accomplishments; helping small businesses succeed through educational programs; and working to reduce the costs of doing business in Connecticut. For more information: www.chamberect.com