|Babson Entertainment - Makers of Babsonopoly
||Babsonopoly created the Babson version of Monopoly.
||Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, The Jimmy Fund, American Cancer Society
||Beaver Blankets sold fleece blankets.
||Rosie's Place, Pine Street Inn, Heiffer International
||Beaver Booties sold slippers.
| Footwear |March of Dimes, Boys and Girls Club of Boston, Tom Seiver Memorial Fund
||Beaver Casuals sold a variety of clothing items, including glow-in-the-dark underwear, T-shirts, boxers, and short shorts.
| Footwear |Charles River ARC
||Bphoto sold picture memories of Babson.
||Community Outreach Farms, Waltham
||Eventures planned on-campus events to promote school spirit.
| Promotional Items |Charles River ARC
||High-Life Apparel sold vintage, retro clothing including mesh hats and pub T-shirts.
| Footwear |Charles River YMCA
||Krispy Kreme sold donuts.
|Beverage |Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore
|Out There Marketing
||Out There Marketing provided marketing services for companies.
| Promotional Items |Harvard Square Church Meals
||Renegade Promotions was a guerrilla marketing company.
| Promotional Items |Citizen Schools, Tom Seiver Memorial Fund
||Solemates Jewelry sold necklaces.
||Wellesley Council on Aging, Tom Seiver Memorial Fund
|The Cup Co.
||The Cup Co. sold tervis tumblers.
||The Angel Fund
||The Look is a guide to dining and services in Wellesley.
| Promotional Items |Camp Invention
||Towels Unlimited sold beach and rally towels.