Innsbrook Classic Tees It Up At A New Golf Course With Lower Tee Fees All Benefitting St. Joseph’s Villa

 

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The Innsbrook Classic has become the tournament of choice and one of Innsbrook’s most popular sporting events.  This year, on Monday, June 12th, we will be teeing off at an exciting new course, The Federal Club in Glen Allen, VA.  We are looking for an event sponsor for this signature Innsbrook event, as well as a variety of other sponsorship opportunities. Also new this year, we are lowering our team fees from $1000 to $800 per team of four.  The Federal Club’s course features bent grass and fairways with Bluegrass/fescue roughs.  The course plays to 7,073 yards at its longest, with a rating of 74.1 and a slope of 145.  It is a par 72 with eight par 4’s, five par 5’s and five par 3’s.

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Read More about the Federal Club: http://www.thefederalclub.com

Sign up your foursome today to meet on the green and swing your club to score a hole-in-one for St.  Joseph’s Villa, our charity partner, at the Innsbrook Golf Classic.  We will play host to thirty-two teams.  Showcase your company logo and brand at one of Innsbrook’s signature events! Trade in a workday for a golf day with coworkers.  Make Monday, June 12th a day of golf to support a great charity.  It is a great day of fun featuring 18 holes of golf, snacks and beverages on the course, and an awards dinner.
Click here for The 2017 Golf Classic Tournament information and Entry Form

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Read more about our charity partner: http://www.neverstopbelieving.org/about/

Innsbrook Welcomes Norman Cohen, May 18 Executives’ Breakfast Speaker

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Norman R.  Cohen is President and Chief Executive Officer of Unitec, an international consulting company based in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is a principal and director of Devan Chemicals, a specialty chemicals company located in Belgium.

He served on UNC Charlotte’s Board of Trustees from 2001 to 2011 holding the position of Vice-Chairman of the Board and Chair of the University’s Finance and Physical Properties Committee.  His service on the UNC Charlotte Board of Trustees allowed him the opportunity to help create collaborations between the greater Charlotte business community and the University’s Centers of Excellence.  These relationships greatly encouraged economic development in the Charlotte region.

Screen Shot 2017-04-17 at 11.11.03 AMAs a board member of the Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education Center, located at the Burroughs Wellcome Fund in Durham, North Carolina, he worked to improve science, mathematics, and technology education for pre K-12 students in North Carolina.  His regional service continues through participation on multiple boards and committees, including the Innovation Council and the North Carolina Board of Science and Technology.

Mr.  Cohen was President and Chief Executive Officer of Goulston Technologies, an international specialty chemicals company headquartered in Monroe, North Carolina, for more than 30 years.

He was also a personal friend of Lady Margaret Thatcher and was asked to write a fond farewell to her by a Charlotte newspaper.  Norman and his wife, Natalie, were personally invited and attended Lady Thatcher’s funeral at St.  Paul’s Cathedral in London in 2013.  They can be seen in photographs taken by the media in the first few rows at the church.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to meet this accomplished international businessman, economist, and chemist.  Mr.  Cohen graciously accepted our invitation to come to Innsbrook and share his rich experiences with our attendees.  This is his first speaking engagement in this area!

Innsbrook Welcomes Charlene Eshleman, May 11 Wellness Forum Speaker

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Charlene Eshleman has been to over 50 countries, but she always enjoys coming home to Richmond.  Charlene retired after working for a non-profit for over 30 years teaching leadership in many of those countries.  Now, she is able to combine her training experience with her passion for wellness, and loves educating folks about an area of wellness that is seldom talked about and often ignored.  She is known in Richmond as “The Wellness Lady.” Charlene has an undergraduate degree in Communications and a masters in Adult Education–both from VCU.  She is married to the love of her life, David, and together they led an exchange program with Germany for 22 years.  She was recently one of the featured speakers at the 2017 Wellness Symposium.  You will learn something today and may even leave motivated to make some changes.

Charlene Eshleman of MakeGreenGoGreen will be speaking about the toxicity and safety of household products at Innsbrook’s May 11 Wellness Forum.  Charlene’s organization, MakeGreenGoGreen, “was originally created by three good friends on a mission together who have collectively well over 50 years of experience developing large, successful organizations.  They wanted to create a system to leverage that experience and knowledge.”

Join us for the Innsbrook Wellness Forum. Gain valuable information right in Innsbrook from local health professionals. Every second Thursday of the month during the lunch hour, the Innsbrook Wellness Committee organizes a forum for local workers and residents to learn helpful information about staying healthy. Meet other workers in the area or come with co-workers and friends to enjoy an educational experience while having a light lunch provided by Innsbrook!

To sign up, contact Sandy Kuhn at skuhn@innsbrook.com.
(Free light lunch will be provided to all who RSVP)

May Wellness Forum

 

Join us for the Innsbrook Wellness Forum.  Gain valuable information right in Innsbrook from local health professionals.  Every second Thursday of the month during the lunch hour the Innsbrook Wellness Committee organizes a forum for local workers and residents to learn helpful information about staying healthy.  Meet other workers in the area or come with co-workers and friends to enjoy an educational experience while having a light lunch provided by Innsbrook!

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Speaker: Charlene Eshleman, Make Green Go Green

 Charlene Eshleman has been to over 50 countries, but she always enjoys coming home to Richmond.  Charlene retired after working for a non-profit for over 30 years teaching leadership in many of those countries.  Now, she is able to combine her training experience with her passion for wellness, and loves educating folks about an area of wellness that is seldom talked about and often ignored.  She is known in Richmond as “The Wellness Lady.” Charlene has an undergraduate degree in Communications and a masters in Adult Education–both from VCU.  She is married to the love of her life, David, and together they led an exchange program with Germany for 22 years.  She was recently one of the featured speakers at the 2017 Wellness Symposium.  You will learn something today and may even leave motivated to make some changes.

Innsbrook Showcases International Elite Triathletes May 7

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The Liberty University Online Academy East Coast Triathlon Festival

On May 7, Innsbrook showcases some of the world’s best up-and-coming triathletes as well as local triathletes in this spectator-friendly swim, bike, run event. Now in its fifth year, young triathletes from all over the world will compete at Innsbrook as they strive to qualify among the top professional athletes in their sport.

The triathlon festival has been selected for one of three US races on the International Triathlon Union worldwide elite series and will host some of the top professional triathletes in the world.  In addition, the festival will host a junior elite race that is one of four in the country as well as an amateur adult and kid’s triathlon.

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For both triathletes and spectators, this day long event is dynamic. We invite you to watch some of the fastest and most talented triathletes swim in the lakes in Innsbrook and bike and run along Cox Road and Highwoods Parkway.  Best locations for spectating include the bridge near 4600 Cox Road, 4521 Highwoods Parkway parking lot and shoreline next to Markel Corporation building at 4600 Cox Road.  Please look for signage directing you to the best places for FREE parking.

For a complete event lineup with descriptions, event times, and more information, please click HERE.

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Some recommended locations to view the race as the action unfolds:

Swimming: Bridge over Waterfront Lake near 4600 Cox Road
Cycling: 4521 Highwoods Parkway.
Running: 4501 Highwoods Parkway

Note: Please be aware of road closures and follow signs for parking locations. 

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Innsbrook’s Spring Volleyball League Is Back!

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Join in on the fun at Innsbrook and register for the Spring Volleyball League! The season will run from Tuesday, May 2 – June 20, 2017 on Tuesday nights, with an all-day tournament on Saturday, July 8, 2017.  Matches will be held at the Innsbrook Volleyball Courts in front of the Markel Plaza Building.

The League has room for 20 co-ed teams, each team consisting of six players.  Teams will be registered on a first come/first serve basis.  All players must be employees of a company at Innsbrook, a spouse of an Innsbrook employee, or a resident of one of Innsbrook’s neighborhoods.  55-minute matches will be played on Tuesday nights beginning at 6:00 p.m.  and ending by 8:00 p.m.  All teams will play 2 matches (6 games) per night, as light permits.

The Innsbrook Spring Volleyball League is a great way to stay active and interact with coworkers and friends out of the office.  Sign up your team today!

DATES: May 2 – June 20, 2017 (Tuesday nights)
Tournament: Saturday, July 8 – All Day

TEAM ROSTER: Due by April 25, 2017.  Changes will be accepted until June 6, 2017.

TIME: 6:00 p.m.  – 8:00 p.m.  (as light permits)

LOCATION: Innsbrook Volleyball Courts, in front of the Markel Plaza Building, 4600 Cox Road

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, April 18, 2017

REGISTRATION FEE: $350.00

RULES AND FORMS: Click here

It’s Earth Week At Innsbrook!

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Get involved, participate, and celebrate “Innsbrook Saves The Earth Week.” The natural beauty of our environment remains an important part of the founding vision of Innsbrook.  Help us continue our green activism, April 24 – 28 at Innsbrook’s Office Park.

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Innsbrook’s Go Green E-Recycling Goodwill Pick-Up

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26th
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
4470 Cox Road
At the corner where Cox Road meets Waterfront Place

Donate household items for reuse and e-recycling, per shredding and Goodwill electronic donations for pick up.  Collect and drop off your company’s recyclables and have old documents shredded.

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Lake Cleanup SIGN UP HERE

THURSDAY, APRIL 27th
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Lake Innsbrook

SUPPLY PICK-UP FOR LAKE CLEAN UP:
Innsbrook Foundation
4600 Cox Road

Join this annual tradition to beautify Innsbrook.  Gather with coworkers and neighboring businesses to clean up the lakes in Innsbrook.  We encourage you to help in the effort to keep our community in pristine condition.

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April Executives’ Breakfast

Robin Green: "Stop Selling and Win More Business"
Robin Green: “Stop Selling and Win More Business”

When sales people use tired and out-of-date sales maneuvers, prospects grow weary.  They have heard it all before.  Prospects quickly recognize they are being sold – and they predictably withhold their true intentions, solicit free consulting, stall, object and then hide! Sales doesn’t need to be an emotional battle of wills.  Veteran sales leader and the President of Sandler Training, Robin Green, teaches his clients to sell more – and sell more easily.  Join us as Robin shares how to stop selling and win more business.

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Robin Green, Owner/President, Sandler Training In Richmond, VA
Is Speaking In Innsbrook! 

When salespeople use tired and out-of-date sales maneuvers, prospects grow weary.  They have heard it all before.  Prospects quickly recognize they are being sold – and they predictably withhold their true intentions, solicit free consulting, stall, object and then hide! Sales doesn’t need to be an emotional battle of wills.  Veteran sales leader and the President of Sandler Training in Richmond, VA, Robin Green teaches his clients to sell more – and sell more easily.  Join us as Robin shares how to stop selling and win more business.

Robin Green is the President and Owner of Ascend Performance, Inc., an award-winning Sandler Training center in Richmond, VA.  After a long and successful career leading sales teams for large organizations, he now works with a variety of companies to help them implement proven, reliable systems in the area of sales, management, leadership and customer service.  His clients are from a variety of industries including financial services, insurance, industrial sales, non-profits and professional services to name a few.

Robin is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and has called Chesterfield home for the past 13 years.  He has been married to his wife Monica for 25 years and they have two children.  His daughter is a junior at VCU and his son a sophomore at Benedictine.

Wake up with Innsbrook Executives’ Breakfast to take advantage of terrific networking opportunities and great conversations with peers and colleagues, as well as gain valuable business tips.

REGISTER HERE

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3 Secrets to Healthier Lunches!

Innsbrook’s April 13 Wellness Forum Welcomes Speaker, Mary Wallace 

This month, Mary Wallace, former corporate exec turned holistic health coach, will be speaking at the April 13th Wellness Forum. After experiencing a personal health crisis as well as the loss of both her parents at a young age, Mary became passionate about holistic health and wellness.  She promotes life-changing foods and lifestyle strategies to manage weight, regain energy, clarify food confusion, reduce cravings, and more.  She graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, MA and worked for corporate giants, including General Mills Restaurant Group and SC Johnson Professional.  Sign up to hear Mary reveal her “3 Secrets to Healthier Lunches.” The Innsbrook Wellness Committee provides an avenue of information by promoting fitness, nutrition and educational opportunities.

Join us for the Innsbrook Wellness Forum. Gain valuable information right in Innsbrook from local health professionals. Every second Thursday of the month during the lunch hour, the Innsbrook Wellness Committee organizes a forum for local workers and residents to learn helpful information about staying healthy.  Meet other workers in the area or come with co-workers and friends to enjoy an educational experience while having a light lunch provided by Innsbrook!

To sign up, contact Sandy Kuhn at skuhn@innsbrook.com.
(Free light lunch will be provided to all who RSVP)