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SERVPRO of Northern Rhode Island

SERVPRO of Northern Rhode Island takes great pride in being a part of the Northern Rhode Island community. We understand that communities like ours hold America together. We want to do our part to ensure that the Northern Rhode Island community thrives by helping those that are less fortunate, keeping the area safe, and making our community the best that it can be.

This year’s show includes more than 5,000 intricately carved pumpkins featuring scenes of wizards, fairytales, and the luminaries of great myths and legends, alongside superheroes, and historical figures who changed our world. Revel in the sights and sounds of the season, and celebrate this otherworldly experience.

Address: 1000 Elmwood Ave
Providence, RI 02903

WWE Returns to Providence with Monday Night Raw on Monday, October 22, 2018!

Main Event: The Shield vs. Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre 
- 6-Man Tag Team Main Event -

Plus more of your Favorite WWE Superstars Including: Ronda Rousey - Finn Balor - Bobby Lashley - Elias - Kevin Owens - Alexa Bliss - Sasha Banks - Bayley - Bray Wyatt - Matt Hardy - And Many More!

Location: Dunkin’ Donuts Center
1 La Salle Square
Providence, RI 02903

The North Kingstown Chamber of Commerce is pleased to be able to invite you to join the inbound trade mission to Dubai and the United Arab Emirates.



The trade mission is geared to supporting companies looking to achieve the following business objectives in the UAE market:

· Learning about local market opportunities · Landing a marquee client / strategic partnership · Engaging with government and local businesses · Exploring expansion of business operations into the UAE and/or the Middle East · Strengthening customer and supplier networks · Acquiring deeper insights into collaboration, investment and export opportunities in the United Arab Emirates and Middle East Region



As part of this trade mission, you will benefit from the following services:

· Pre-scheduled 1:1 business meetings with key executives in your target sectors · Participation and showcasing of your business in the half day local export conference (speaking opportunities available) · A site visit program to key players in your target sectors · Participation in market entry workshops from leading local experts · Market opportunity and market intelligence discussions · Full page company profile listing in the delegate booklet (circulated via email to over 28,000 companies in the UAE) · Networking dinner with local UAE-based company owners, government officials, business executives and other delegates · Logistical support throughout the mission from our local offices and staff in Dubai · Industry briefings · Target lead lists / trade leads (including database of 28,000 companies in the UAE) · A personal program designed along your profile and objectives for the whole five days of the mission



The cost is $900 USD for North Kingstown Chamber of Commerce members and $1250 USD for non- members. (This does not include air transportation and hotels although discounts apply for those staying at the designated Mission hotel – Rove Dubai Marina Hotel).

Places are limited as the trade council needs to personalize appointment / meeting schedules. 

Registration deadline: 15th August 2018.

  Visit the Mission Website

Why the United Arab Emirates?

The Trade Hub of the Middle East and Africa

The United Arab Emirates is located in the heart of the crossroads of the trade routes of East and West, Europe and Asia. It helps to organize effectively an international trade flow with the minimal costs. There are modern sea and air transport companies, ports and airports in the UAE, which are connected with all the leading international transport hubs, and which provide the possibility of delivering goods from and into any part of the world. The location of the country allows flying quickly to the UAE from a large number of countries – particularly from the Middle East, Europe, Asia or Africa.



High Level of Disposable Income

In 2016 the United Arab Emirates imported $270 billion USD worth of goods. Non-oil sectors now contribute about 70% of the UAE’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasts, as of March 2018, it’s expected to be the second largest Arab economy after Saudi Arabia in terms of GDP (in current prices). The IMF expects UAE to be ranked 25th globally (in current price terms), with a GDP per capita of $37,346.



A Rapidly Developing Economy

It is not a secret for anybody that over the recent decades the United Arab Emirates has become a major international center of business activity. Interests of many large corporations and holding companies are concentrated here. Moreover, the Emirates began to take leading positions in the field of international tourism. The investment capitals, which flock to the Emirates from all over the world, are devoted to the implementation of many large-scale projects that contribute to the active development of the economy in the country. The year to year increasing domestic consumer demand on the import of goods, which are necessary for the local requirements, as well as a significant increase in the volumes of export and re-export, also plays an important role for taking decisions about entering the market in the United Arab Emirates.



Diversification of Import/Export Industries

The strategies created by Abu Dhabi’s Economic Vision 2030, Dubai’s Strategic Plan 2015 and the UAE’s 2021 Vision are made to attract foreign capital into the industrial and other export-oriented sectors, including heavy industry, transport, petrochemicals, tourism, information technology, medical technologies, consumer goods, telecommunications, renewable energy, aviation and oil and gas services. In order to realize the expansion of these sectors and support economic diversification, the government has invested heavily in infrastructure and other development projects. Education is also one of the UAE government’s top priorities. The country is keen to -build a knowledge based economy and position itself as the academic hub in Gulf Region.  

Full Lighting – Sunset: 4:30 p.m.

Address: 100 Canal Walk, Providence, RI 02903

Location: Twin River Casino
100 Twin River Road
Lincoln, RI 02865

To better accommodate your needs, Twin River Events Center has requested that all special seating accommodations be solicited only through their representatives. Please contact a Twin River Events Center representative for further help with your ticket purchase.* Advance ticket purchase may be required.

* Box office information is subject to change.

Telephone Number(s): (401) 723.3200

Please note Ages Two and Older Require a Ticket. *Prices subject to change. Competitors are subject to change. Note: Costumes not permitted for guests 14 years & older.



Venue: Dunkin' Donuts Center - Providence, RI

  Event Info Monster Jam® Triple Threat Series™ brings adrenaline-charged family entertainment to fans across the country. These world-class Monster Jam vehicles and athletes deliver what fans want to see most…more trucks, more racing, more freestyle, more donuts, more wheelies, more action! 

Each event tests the versatility of the athletes as they go head-to-head in seven different competitions driving three different vehicles --- Monster Jam trucks, Monster Jam Speedsters and Monster Jam ATVs. These athletes battle for points in challenging Racing and Freestyle events that push themselves and their machines to the limit. The point leader will receive an automatic bid to the prestigious Monster Jam World Finals® to compete for the title of World Champion.

Location: Providence Performing Arts Center
220 Weybosset Street
Providence, RI 02903

This event repeats on various days: Mar 21Mar 22Mar 23