Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day or Galentine’s Day, don’t forget to include Champaign in your festivities! There’s so much to love about our town… the people, the food, the world-class opportunities, the tight-knit community, and more! To show our love for this town, we’re raffling off two tickets to That’s What She Said on February 22 to one winner who tells us what they love about Champaign! Winner will be announced on Friday, February 14.
To enter the contest:
- Tell us what you love most about Champaign as a comment on this Facebook post.
- Tag a friend for your entry to be eligible.
- Sign up for our newsletter here for an extra entry!
What we love most about Champaign here at CCP is the community of incredible people we get to work with. This month, we interviewed a few great women involved with That’s What She Said (some of them are CCP members!), a one-night live event that raises women’s voices through the power of storytelling, to ask what they love most about Champaign.
Jenette Jurczyk, National Director of The She Said Project and Director of Operations at One Main Management
Jenette moved back to Champaign in 2009 to marry her college sweetheart and start their family. She got involved in The She Said Project and became National Director in 2019. “I love how many women in this community will come together to support other women. Champaign-Urbana boasts some incredible women-owned businesses and we get to work with many of them to help uplift and empower the women in our community.”
Kelly Hill, Speaker at That’s What She Said 2020, Executive Director of the C-U Schools Foundation, and Club Manager at The Point Fencing Club
Kelly moved to Champaign over 25 years ago looking for the “right size city” to raise a family. What she found and loves is “a culturally and environmentally responsive community; one where people demonstrate their investment by rolling up their sleeves, meeting their neighbors, and giving time and treasure to initiatives that lift everyone up in our community.”
Mariah Madison, Speaker at That’s What She Said 2020, Executive Director of Nannyville, VP of Black Chamber of Commerce
Mariah moved to Champaign in 2016. “I love that Champaign is a supportive community that embraces and celebrates a multitude of cultures.” Mariah’s always been business-savvy, founding Nannyville in 2018 and Buy Black Chambana in 2019, which have both become great resources for Champaign.
We can’t wait to support these strong women on February 22 at That’s What She Said! Join us for this one-night live event raising women’s voices through the power of storytelling, featuring local women braving the microphone to share intimate, personal stories for the sixth year in a row! Grab your friends, co-workers, and gal pals for an ultimate girls’ night out. You’ll laugh, cry, and leave feeling empowered, uplifted, and proud of the women in your life! Get tickets here.