Arlington Chamber 2015 Opportunity Works

From left are Opportunity Works co-chairs Joe Prentice and Barbara Nicastro, Fire Works general manager Jon Hoffmeyer, Chamber president Kate Roche and John Gallagher of Cropp Metcalfe.

Final figures are not yet in, but the Arlington Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 capital campaign appears to be a record-beater.

The “Opportunity Works” campaign brought in $261,859 in cash and pledges as of June 18, above its goal of $252,015.

As of June 18, the three highest producers in the campaign have been David Shooshan of TMI Inc.; Kevin Shooshan of the Shooshan Co.; and Bob Hawthorne of United Bank.

Top producers are eligible to participate in a “victory trip” to St. Thomas in October.

The capital campaign is sponsored by CroppMetcalfe Services.

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