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August 14, 2019 
Economic Development
DICK’S Sporting Goods to Open Store at Cape Cod Mall in 2020
  Simon® , a global leader in premier shopping, dining, entertainment and mixed-used destinations, announced today that as part of  Cape Cod Mall ’s redevelopment, the property will welcome the largest U.S.-based, full-line omni-channel sporting goods retailer,  DICK’S Sporting Goods , in the summer of 2020.
Rogers & Gray Named the 80th Largest Independent Agency in the United States
Rogers & Gray Insurance has been named in a special report by Insurance Journal as one of the nation’s top independent property and casualty firms.
Cape Air Donates Second Aircraft to Cape Cod Community College Aviation Maintenance Technology Program
In support of aviation education and talent development, Cape Air will gift Cape Cod Community College’s Aviation Maintenance Technology Program with a second Cessna 402C, nine passenger, twin-engine aircraft. Having two identical aircraft on campus will enable students and faculty to work across a total of four matching engines, resulting in a consistent learning experience.
Giving Back
80’s Themed Fundraiser Supports the Needs of Children Born Substance Exposed and Their Caregivers
Dust off your dancing shoes and order that wrist corsage! To The Moon and Back (TTMAB), the advocacy non-profit dedicated to supporting children born substance exposed and their caregivers, presents its 2nd annual Adult Prom Night benefit fundraiser on Friday, September 27, 6:30 to 11 pm at Alden Park Bar and Grill, 160 Colony Place, Plymouth. 
Giving Back
Supporting the Local Community is Key for Nauset Disposal
While there are many wonderful companies on the Cape and South Shore areas that make it their business to give back to the communities that helped put them on the map, few raise that bar as high as to which Nauset Disposal continuously strives.
‘Voice For The Vineyard’ Finds A Loyal Audience
Transitioning from a business to a nonprofit organization can be tricky, not least being how to finance the new operation. Thanks to a loyal listener base, Martha’s Vineyard radio station WMVY has been able to sustain its operating costs and grow its audience after transitioning from a commercial station to a nonprofit in 2013.
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