Event Phone: 401-732-1100

  • LEADS Luncheon
    September 28, 2018
    12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Join us for lunch and start building relationships that will generate new customers/clients and strengthen your connection to existing ones.

You do not have to bring a lead; just enjoy a delicious lunch while you get acquainted with other members of the business community. Come share your “60 second commercial” to help others better understand what you do, what you have to offer and who you need to meet. This is a great event to easily connect with potential customers. Make sure to bring plenty of business cards, flyers and brochures. We’ll show you how to get the greatest benefit.

CRICC members will receive a pdf of all attendees.

Is preparing a delicious lunch for us…

  • 1/2 Chicken Caesar Wrap with Parmesan truffle fries
  • Vegetarian Penne ala Vodka with wilted baby spinach
  • Mesclun Salad with Smoked Salmon Crostini

Cash Bar – Soda and water included

 

Ticket price includes lunch.  Events must be paid prior to, or at event.If you, or any of your guests, have food allergies or special dietary restrictions please notify us within 48 hours of the event so accommodations can be made.

Venue:  

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Venue Phone: 401-780-8700

Venue Website:

Address:
2190 Broad Street, Cranston, Rhode Island, 02905, United States

Description:

On Broad Street, in ​Cranston’s historic ​Pawtuxet Village stands a​ restaurant and bar serving quality American fare and cocktails that will provide you the strength for any revolution. But, the odds are (whether you’re stopping by for ​our legendary Berube burger, ​after-work cocktails or a celebratory dinner), the welcoming staff and creative ​plates designed by Chef ​Brian Lewis are sure to make you want to settle in and leave the fight for another day.

​Owner Dean Scanlon ​enlisted ​the help of Providence Painted Signs to create the look and vibe of Revolution American Bistro. ​The interior ​pays homage to Pawtuxet Village’s rich historic roots, particularly ​the burning of HMS Gaspee, an English customs schooner, on June 9, 1772​ in Gaspee Point. ​As it occurred more than a year before the Boston Tea Party, many Rhode Islanders take pride that the event was truly the start of the Revolutionary War.

Come experience for yourself what locals have been enjoying for years.

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