Here you will find facts, info and fun stuff about the upcoming ACAM-CEO MindShare event in Boston July 31 through August 2nd. We hope that this information is helpful as you plan your trip to attend the event. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
The Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau has a ton of information that is helpful as you plan your visit to Boston for the MindShare conference. Visit their website at http://www.bostonusa.com/visit/. Summer is a great time to explore Boston, Massachusetts. Affectionately known as "America's Walking City," You can stroll the city's sidewalks, wander its abundance of green parks, or just people-watch at one of the many outdoor cafes. North of Boston and on Cape Cod, picturesque New England beaches are frequented by locals and visitors alike, and the colonial towns hum with the bustle of eager explorers.When the sun goes down, ideal temperatures make for a hot nightlife in the city's restaurants, bars and clubs.
The Weather is fine, dress accordingly
For the MindShare conference it appears we'll have great weather. Click on the image to the left to get real-time weather info for the Greater Boston area.
What to Wear: Bostonians dress smartly and simply. Prepare for hot and humid days and cool nights. Attire for the MindShare conference is "Business Casual" for all events except the Clam Bake on Spectacle Island. Dress for this event is "East Coast Casual" think Jackie O and JFK on a boat. Make sure to bring a jacket, as it could get a bit nippy on the ferry ride. More information about the island can be found here.
If you're touring, wear comfy sneakers or sandals for walking. Shorts and T-shirts are common. Bring sunglasses or a hat. Most tourist venues don't have dress codes, but check to be sure.
Evening: Consider your agenda; the theater tends to be dressier and some upscale restaurants require jackets.
The Clam Bake
There is nothing more traditional than a "Clam Bake" in Boston. We are excited to take the MindShare attendees to Spectacle Island for a fun evening of great food, amazing networking and a fun ferry ride. Please note, there will be shellfish being served. If you have an allergy, please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Other items can be prearranged, but must be provided to us before the event.
This will be a private event for only our group, so we'll have the run of the place and the ferry.
Clam Bake Schedule and Menu
Schedule: 5:45 pm- Depart Long Wharf on Charter 6:15 pm- Arrive on Island- Drinks and Chowder 6:45 pm- Clambake dinner 9:00 pm- Depart Island on Charter 9:30 pm- Arrive back at Long Wharf
The menu is: New England Creamy Clam Chowder Steamed 1 - 1-1/4 lb. Lobster Steamers & Mussels Corn on the Cob New Potatoes Chorizo Shack Coleslaw Corn Bread Watermelon
The alternative menu is: Grilled Steak with Herb Roasted Potatoes & Grilled Onion or Grilled Summer Vegetables with Fresh Mozzarella over Mixed Greens with Garlic
Drinks Each attendee will receive two drink tickets that can be used for either Beer & Wine or soft drinks. Additional tickets can be purchased through ACAM-CEO at the event.
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