Senator Brown Honored with Chesea Boardroom Clock

Scott Brown with Chelsea ClockChelsea Clock’s Tony LaChapelle (L) and Terry Kubarsky-Engel (R) congratulate Senator Scott Brown on his special award.

We’re pleased to note that, while our Boardroom Clock was introduced just this past month, it has already achieved celebrity status! At a recent Congressional roundtable luncheon hosted by The New England Council in Boston, Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown accepted an engraved Boardroom Clock, presented by James Brett, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Council.

Senator Brown addressed nearly 200 New England Council members, touching on current issues relating to economic growth and business development in the New England region.

Our Chief Operating Officer, Tony LaChapelle and Director of Corporate Sales, Terry Kubarsky-Engel, were on hand, as well, as Chelsea Clock is a long-standing and active member of the Council.

The New England Council was established in 1925 and is a non-partisan alliance of businesses, academic and health institutions, and public and private organizations. The Council’s mission is to identify and support federal public policies and to help support the collective interests of its members on important issues facing New England.