Seeking Sponsorships for 1st Annual NH Commercial Real Estate Awards

As announced, New Hampshire CIBOR Cares in collaboration with NH CIBOR, will hold the First Annual New Hampshire Commercial Real Estate Awards.  This event will be held on June 1, 2015 and will honor the achievements from 2014 of the individuals and corporations that have an impact on real estate, community improvement, and economic development in the state.

We are seeking sponsors for this event with sponsorship levels available to match a variety of budgets.  This will help raise funds to support local non-profits throughout the state.

We would like to thank our already committed sponsors:

Gold Level Sponsors:  Jack The Liquidator/NewVo Interiors, Eastern Bank, and St. Mary’s Bank

Silver Level Sponsors:  Colliers International NH, R.J. Finlay & Company, and Devine Millimet

Please Submit all sponsorships by Friday, April 17th.  We appreciate your support of this event!  Click here for NH CIBOR Cares – NH Commercial Real Estate Awards Sponsorships.

This is also a reminder to submit your nominations.  Nominations are due by Saturday, March 28th. Click here for   NHCIBOR Cares Commercial Real Estate Awards Nomination Form.

The winners will be chosen by an independent judging panel that will consider a number of factors including square footage, dollar amount, complexity, creativity, and overall economic contribution.  Categories include;  Legacy Award, Deal of the Year, Office Sale, Office Lease, Industrial Sale, Industrial Lease, Retail Lease, Tourism & Hospitality,  Suburban/Rural Deal, and Investment deal.

The top nominees will be included in the brochure with the winner for each category announced at the event.  The recipient of each award will be able to designate a portion of the funds raised at this event to a 501c3 organization of their choice.

Adam Johnston
VP, Commercial Loan Officer
St. Mary’s Bank
200 McGregor Street
Manchester, NH 03102
603.629.1542 (direct)
603.629.1557 (fax)

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