Six Degrees Business Networking in Rocky Hill, CT

SIX DEGREES

Avoid cold-calling, costly marketing and dealing with suspect leads. Give Six Degrees 60 minutes on Wednesday mornings and get a warm welcome, new friends, camaraderie and an increase of business with qualified prospects.

Success is contagious

—catch it at Six Degrees!.

We are an open group, accepting new visitors from all professions. We meet in the mornings for breakfast, conviviality and networking and we actively work to produce leads for our members that will help their businesses.

SixDegrees is a business and professional networking organization whose primary purpose is to exchange qualified business referrals.

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Join us for breakfast!

We gather every Wednesday at The Lodge at Cold Spring: 50 Cold Spring Road, Rocky Hill, CT 06067 Click here for directions. If the Rocky Hill Schools are closed or delayed, due to weather, we will not meet.

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Breakfast meeting

Speaker Schedule

Our meetings are lively and functional, with a speaker at every meeting. Our current schedule is as follows:

November 22 No Meeting

Happy Thanksgiving

November 29 Skip Comstock

Why people need insurance, case studies.

December 06 Tony Bacewicz

How Photography and Videography is helping businesses.

December 13 Kristine Lemos

Alive Design's projects. Helping make your space beautiful.

December 20 Geena Dinos

Personal Banking at Liberty Bank. We remain committed to you.

December 27 No Meeting

Happy Holidays

January 03 No Meeting

Happy New Year

January 10 Greg Godston

What winter can do to your vehicle.

January 17 Dave Sevigny

How to prepare for a home loan.

January 24 Keith Molnar

The tools of the plumber.

Pictured are: (rear) William Hawthorne, Keith Molnar, Greg Godston, Mark Hollis, Joshua Blau, David Modzelewski, Allen Grover, Tony Bacewicz (photographer) (middle) Kelsey Lear, Ed Sczurek, Jr. Thomas Maselek, Kevin McMahon, David Jordan, Allen Maryott, Alan Soucy, Kristine Lemos, (front) Skip Comstock, Dave Sevigny, Ric Geena Dinos.

Six Degrees Group Donation for Hurricane Relief

In the wake of the four hurricanes that have affected United States citizens in 2017, Six Degrees Members made a decision to offer support. Our first donation was for $500 for Hurricane Harvey, and we received an acknowledgement from the Red Cross for our donation. After that, the membership sent a $500 donation to the Red Cross for Florida residents in the wake of Hurricane Irma and a $1,000 donation to the Red Cross for Puerto Rico residents for Hurricanes Irma and Maria, which have completely devastated the islands.

Six Degrees Group Donation for Ädelbrook

As a part of our community outreach in Rocky Hill, the group donated to Ädelbrook Behavioraa and Developmental Services which meets the needs of children, young adults and families for children with disabilities. We donated $300 this year and received an acknowledgement of our donation.

Six Degrees Group donates to Rocky Hill Food Pantry

Six Degrees gives $500 check to Rocky Hill Human Services for Food Pantry operation as well as non-perishable goods

The Six Degrees Rocky Hill group is very happy to donate both food items and $500 to the Rocky Hill Food Pantry, as a part of our 15-year ongoing commitment to support our community.

Pictured (rear) VP Greg Godston, Tom Maselek, Esq., Kelsey Lear. (front) Nicole Phillips, Administrative Assistant, Rocky Hill Human Services, Melissa Hicks, Director, Rocky Hill Human Services, Treasurer, Geena Deenos, President, Ric Valliere and Dave Sevigny.

SixDegrees is expanding!

We are currently seeking members from the following occupations:

Caterer, Divorce/Family Law Attorney, Home Inspector, Landscape Architect, Personal Injury Attorney, Personal Trainer, Recruiter, HVAC Graphic Artist, Building and property inspector, Florist, Printer, Electrician, Graphic Designer, Tailor, Dry Cleaner, Dog Walker, Security Alarm System Specialist, cleaning company (home and office), Elder Law Attorney, Electrician.

Six Degree members were "heartfully" thanked by the Human Services Director of Rocky Hill, for there generous donation of $500 to the food pantry. In addition to the donation, members delivered bags of non-perishable food. In tough economic times, the members rallied to support our struggling neighbors! See the letter from the Rocky Hill Department of Human Services here.