October 11, 2022


RAM Encourages Members to Support NO on 1

The most visible and consequential issue will be Question 1, a constitutional amendment to place an income surcharge of 4% on top of taxpayers with an income of $1 million or more. This isn’t the first attempt by the tax increase advocates to put this measure on the ballot. A similar measure was knocked off the ballot in 2018 by the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) for constitutional reasons..  More…

Information about Question 1

Or for additional info visit https://noquestion1.com/.


2022 Holiday Sales Prediction Survey

The holiday season is fast approaching and your association is looked to each year to predict the year's holiday sales.  We need your feedback in order to properly create our prediction.  

Click here to answer a few questions about what you expect from this year's holiday season. Thank you in advance for your feedback.

 Register to attend 104th RAM Annual Meeting & RAMAE Luncheon

The 2022 RAM Awards of Excellence (RAMAEs) will be presented on Thursday, November 10, 2022 at Lombardo's in Randolph. 

Dave Ratner, Founder and CEO of Dave’s Pet Food, will present the awards including Retailer of the Year and Restaurant of the Year.

Prior to the luncheon, RAM will hold its 104th annual meeting.  All RAM members are invited to attend.  Registration is required, although both meetings are free to attend.

Agenda & Registration

What are the RAMAES?

If you have any questions about the events or the survey, please contact Andi Shea at [email protected].

Energy Bills Are Set to Increase This Winter

What can you do to save money?


Join RAM and NFIB/MA for a webinar
on October 20, 2022 8:30 - 9:00 am

Like everything else during these times of record high inflation, energy bills are set to increase significantly heading into the winter months. Unfortunately, we all see the news reports warning of skyrocketing energy expenses where utility bills could increase by 60-70%.
While state legislative policies play a large part in rising energy prices, we are holding a virtual meeting to address what business owners can do in the immediate future to help save money this winter. Our special guest from Eversource will provide helpful tips for small business on how they can take steps to lower costs over the next few months as prices are set to rise dramatically..

Click here to register.

For assistance with webinar registration, contact Elizabeth Parks with NFIB at [email protected].