Chamber and City of Virginia Beach to Hold Armed Forces Awards Luncheon on July 31

Chamber and City of Virginia Beach to Hold Armed Forces Awards Luncheon on July 31
The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 21st Annual Virginia Beach Armed Forces Awards Luncheon on July 31 to extend recognition to outstanding military from the Virginia Beach commands (Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Naval Air Station Oceana and Camp Pendleton, Virginia National Guard)

Hampton Roads Chamber and the City of Virginia Beach Honor Local Military July 31

 

WHAT:          

For 21 years, the Chamber has joined with the business community to recognize and honor local service men and women. This is one of many events sponsored by the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce to show local support for men and women of the armed forces stationed in the region. The event will include an award ceremony for our military men and women who have been selected for their outstanding achievements in the past year from the Virginia Beach Commands at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Naval Air Station Oceana and Camp Pendleton.       

WHO:             

The Honorable Will Sessoms, Mayor of Virginia Beach and Captain Christopher Chope, Commanding Officer of NAS-Oceana, will provide remarks to more than 75 honorees and attendees. Captain Frank Hughlett, Commanding Officer of Joint Expeditionary Base-Little Creek/Fort Story and LTC Elena Scarbrough, U.S. Army, Commanding Officer of Camp Pendleton will also be in attendance.

WHEN:          

Thursday, July 31, 2014

11:30am - Registration and Networking

12:00pm - Luncheon

WHERE:        

Virginia Beach Convention Center

1000 19th Street, Virginia Beach

 

TO ATTEND:            

$40 per person. Register online at https://Events.HamptonRoadsChamber.com  or call Jan Burton at 757-664-2575.                                                

About the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce

The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce is the Region’s premier business organization; helping our members succeed, driving regional economic growth and enhancing the quality of life of our community’s residents.  The Chamber is a vigorous advocate for the economic success of its nearly 1,600 member businesses, which employ nearly 250,000 men and women in southeastern Virginia.    Visit  HamptonRoadsChamber.com.  Like us on Facebook at Chamber757 and follow us on Twitter @Chamber757.

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