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Letter to the Editor in the New York Times About Transparency in Ticket Sales

On Friday, June 10, Don wrote a Letter to the Editor in the New York Times expressing his support for more transparency in ticket sales and the elimination of the use of bots.

Read More Transparency in Ticket Sales, and No More Bots

Don Cited in Hartford Business Journal About TicketNetwork-Yelp Partnership

Don was interviewed by Hartford Business Journal about a recently partnership between TicketNetwork and Yelp.

Read More at Hartford Business Journal

NewsOne Covers Grace Church Websites

In an article published today, NewsOne covered Grace Church Websites’ milestone of 100 church website launches in the past month.

See the story at NewsOne

Grace Church Websites Reaches Milestone, Services 100 Churches in Underserved Communities

(South Windsor, CT) – Just one month after launching in mid-February, Grace Church Websites, founded by American business magnate and philanthropist Don Vaccaro and pastor Rev. Dr. Boise Kimber, has provided one hundred churches in low-income areas with free websites spanning much of the United States. Grace Church Websites has donated a wide variety of free web-related services to Churches from Texas to Florida, Kentucky to Alabama, and Connecticut to Georgia. These services include: domain registration and annual renewal, website maintenance, a content management system, and hosting. Mr. Vaccaro and Kimber launched the company in order to help churches – especially local, urban churches – better reach the people in their communities looking for a church family.

Don Interviewed for Antioch Baptist Church Story

Don was interviewed for a Hartford Courant story published on Sunday, March 20, about the revitalization of Antioch Baptist Church. Located in Hartford’s North End, Antioch was the recipient of a $385,000 loan from RCN Capital. Along with $600,000 raised through donations, benefits, and trips, and with the help of church members, Antioch was able to complete the renovations necessary to meet the needs of its membership. The church had a soft re-opening last September.

See the story at the Hartford Courant