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Camp Inc. Registration Now Open for Summer 2015

Registration is now open for Camp Inc. Summer 2015!  Teen entrepreneurs can get a jump start on planning their summer by taking advantage of Camp Inc.’s early registration.  Several discounts are available for families including $150 off and a Camp Inc. backpack for registration by December 1st. There are plenty of other ways to save including $150 for referring another family and $75 off for JCC members.Register Now

Registration and Information for Camp Inc. Summer 2015 can be found here.

Families that are interested in learning more about Camp Inc. are invited to join camp directors, Josh Pierce and Dan Baer for pizza, s’mores and camp activities, plus an opportunity to learn more about the Camp Inc. program and ask questions.

This event is free and open to interested parents and kids as well as current campers. To ensure we have enough food, registration is appreciated, but not required.

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Camp Inc. is a unique Jewish overnight camp for teens entering 6th-12th grades that combines the best of Jewish summer camp with a top-notch business program. Check out all our available summer camp programs here and this summer’s camp dates here.

For more information, email info@campinc.com or call 303-500-3020.

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About Dan Baer

Dan comes to the Camp Inc. team as the Camp Operations Officer after 5 years as the Associate Director of Camp Interlaken JCC in Milwaukee, WI. Dan was a participant in the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Yitro Leadership Program and a member of the JCC Association’s Merrin Teen Professional Fellows. Dan grew up in Akron, OH where he got his start in camping as a lifeguard, Pool Director, and Assistant Director at Hiram House Camp. Dan graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Applied Economics and Management and a concentration in Marketing. He has always had a passion for both working with children and summer camping as well as Jewish life. He is currently a BBYO advisor and was extremely active in Hillel in college. Dan enjoys working out, playing soccer, skiing and traveling. - See more at: http://www.campinc.com/experience/staff-directors/#sthash.6lx4tGGT.dpuf

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