The Social Entanglement Of Social Media, June 15 Executives’ Breakfast

This Month’s Speaker, Patrick McFadden, President of Indispensable Marketing

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Join us for June’s Executive’s Breakfast with speaker, Patrick McFadden, President of Indispensable Marketing, as he explores “The Social Entanglement Of Social Media.”

The Executives’ Breakfast is open to everyone.  No need to be an executive or work in Innsbrook to wake up and hear from inspiring speakers while engaging with Richmond professionals.  The breakfast series meets every third Thursday of the month. Stay tuned as our 2017 calendar fills up with business-savvy speakers who will give advice and insights sure to motivate you on your pathway to success.

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.

 

Click HERE To See The Full Schedule

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Innsbrook’s Golf Classic Is In Full Swing For 2017 With A Record Number, 36 Teams, All Benefiting 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 hole sponsors, as well as a variety of other sponsorship opportunities.  It’s going to be an exciting tournament with a record number of teams signed-up.  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.

Tee it up for a day of fun and to support a great charity

Click here for The 2017 Golf Classic Tournament information and Entry Form

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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.  This year, we will play host to thirty-six 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.

-Shot gun start format to kick off the golf day.
-Take your best swing at your chance for a hole in one! Make the hole and drive away in an exotic car.
-This year’s celebratory golfer is newscaster, Greg McQuade, from CBS 6 Virginia This Morning.  McQuade will be stepping up to hit a bonus drive for your team.
-Innsbrook’s very own former news anchor and Innsbrook Foundation Director, Yvonne Nelson, will be there in support, offering a bonus putt for your team.
-Prizes will be given to the golfer closest to the hole and the longest drive.

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

Time to get your team together for an after hours 5k!

The Anthem Corporate Run Is Coming To Innsbrook June 8!

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We all love a work happy hour…so why not be a part of the biggest one in RVA? Talk some smack, and challenge your coworkers or that evil industry rival from across town to an after hours 5k, then take part in a huge office party complete with beer, wine, a live DJ and more! It’s the perfect way to celebrate Thirsty Thursday, and get ready for the weekend! Run, walk, unwind, network, and have fun at the Anthem Corporate Run! Taking place in the beautifully scenic Innsbrook Office Park.

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If you have any questions about this race, please contact the race director at info@sportsbackers.org

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Innsbrook Supports The Richmond Performing Arts Alliance In Announcing…

TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS AVENUE at the Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Arts Center

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Innsbrook, with its thirty-two years of concert success, is proud to cross promote and show support for the Richmond Performing Arts Alliance (RPAA).

Yvonne Nelson, Director of the Innsbrook Foundation, stated, “Innsbrook is about partnering to support the Richmond area arts as a whole.”

Join us for a special concert benefiting the artistic and educational programs of Richmond Performing Arts Alliance (RPAA) – formerly Richmond CenterStage Foundation.

New Orleans native Trombone Shorty is the bandleader and frontman of Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, a dynamic funk fusion band that employs hip-hop beats, rock dynamics and improvisation in a jazz tradition.

Click to purchase your tickets!  Tickets can also be purchased at the Dominion Arts Center or Altria Theater box offices, at etix.com, or by calling (800) 514-3849 (ETIX).

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Save The Date For Wellness Fair, June 1

wellnessfairpicforwebJoin us on June 1, 2017 for Innsbrook’s Annual Health & Wellness Fair.  This is a fun and educational event promoting healthy lifestyles in the Innsbrook community.  The fair features vendors, exhibits and learning centers as well as refreshments and gifts, free health and wellness magazines, computerized health and wellness evaluations, chair massages, raffles, door prizes and much more.

Use your lunch break and take the opportunity to learn something new about your health.  The fair covers a wide range of topics including: nutrition and diet tips, blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol, heart health, and vision.

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The Innsbrook Health Fair is free and all are welcome to attend!

Where: Salons A & B, 4521 Highwoods Parkway, Glen Allen, VA

When: Thursday, June 1- 11:00am- 1:30pm

For more information and to volunteer, contact jacci.whitaker@capitalone.com

Innsbrook Welcomes Author, Norman Cohen, May 18 Executives’ Breakfast Speaker

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Norman will focus on the differences in doing business in distinctive cultures, discuss the dynamic changes in the world economy, and the importance of leadership, emphasizing his relationships with Lady Margaret Thatcher, the Clinton/Gore administration, and President Trump.

Norman Cohen is an icon – a man of principle and a man of steel.  During his service on the North Carolina Board of Science & Technology, he advised five Governors on leading-edge technology issues and also worked tirelessly to improve science, mathematics and technology education in North Carolina.  While he served on the Board of Trustees for the University of North Carolina – Charlotte, enrollment grew from 18,000 to 28,000 and the campus added 12 buildings, including the Charlotte Research Center.

As President and Chief Executive Officer of Goulston Technologies he spent 30 + years working to preserve the integrity of the synthetic fiber industry while negotiating with international companies for growth and expansion.

Screen Shot 2017-04-17 at 11.11.03 AMNorman is a published author.  He has advised Presidents, brokered international deals, spent 25 years as a dear friend to Lady Margaret Thatcher, the longest serving Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and spent most of his adult life being a loving husband to his wife, Natalie.

Innsbrook Invites You To Join Us For This Special Executives’ Breakfast

Norman will have several copies of his book, “Don’t Cry Foul – Just Strike Them Out,” available for attendees at the Innsbrook Executives’ breakfast meeting.

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Thank You To Our Sponsor:

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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)

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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.

Elite Youth Triathletes From 9 Different Countries And 40 States Gather To Compete In Innsbrook For National Status

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The Liberty University Online Academy East Coast Triathlon Festival

See all the action firsthand! 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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Get Your Glasses Ready! Join us Saturday, May 6 from 12-6pm at the Innsbrook Pavillion

Join Us For Central Virginia’s Corks & Taps Festival!

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Central VA Wine Fest 050Central VA Wine Fest 055Formerly the Central Virginia Wine Festival.  We’ve made some popular changes! There will be 10 wineries, 6 craft breweries and cider from around Virginia; live music by Big Enough, The Mike Lucci Band and one more awesome band; food, and non-alcoholic beverage concessions; and over 14 specialty-item vendors.  This award-winning scholarship fundraising event is hosted and organized by the Virginia Tech Alumni Association – Richmond Chapter.  The event is held rain or shine, open to the public, and parking is free.  Tasting tickets include tastings and a souvenir wine/beer glass.  General Admission tickets allow for those 21 and older to purchase beer and/or wine by the glass or bottle from the participating wineries.  Children under 21 are admitted for free.  You may bring your own bag chairs, blankets, and EZ-Up tents.  No coolers please.  Dogs on leashes are permitted.  All proceeds go to scholarship and endowment funds for Richmond area Virginia Tech students.  Tickets are available for purchase online, by phone, and at the customer service counter of Richmond Food Lion locations.

PRICE INFORMATION
Wine/Beer/Cider Tasting Admission for 21+: Advance $17 Online, $20 at Food Lion / $25 at gate, Gen.  Admission for 21+: $8 advance / $10 at gate, Under 20: FREE

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