Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce to Host its 29th Annual Meeting of the Membership on December 11

Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce to Host its  29th Annual Meeting of the Membership on December 11
Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe to Serve as Keynote Speaker

WHAT:            The 29th Annual Meeting of the Membership is the Chamber’s premier annual event. This event is Hampton Roads’ largest gathering of business leaders and elected officials, with nearly 800 expected. The Chamber will introduce its new President & CEO, as well as recognize outgoing and incoming volunteer leadership.  The USO of Hampton Roads and Central Virginia has invited guests from Virginia's Wounded Warriors® program to attend the luncheon.  During the event, the following awards will be presented: Volunteer of the Year, The Marian P. Whitehurst Women in Leadership Awardand five Division Leadership Awards.   

WHO:              Governor-elect Terry McAuliffewill serve as Keynote Speaker.  McAuliffe, who was elected on November 5, 2013, is a businessman, entrepreneur, and dad who has lived in Fairfax County, Virginia for over 20 years.  He has worked with and led numerous businesses in diverse sectors of the economy helping to improve companies and create economic opportunity.  

Remarks will also be given by Bryan Stephens, the new President & CEO of the Chamber, and Vice Admiral Nora W. Tyson, Deputy Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command.

WHEN:     Wednesday, December 11, 2013
               11:30am (Registration), 12-2pm (Lunch & Program)

WHERE:  The Founders Inn & Spa
               5641 Indian River Road
               Virginia Beach

TO ATTEND:  Go to Events.HamptonRoadsChamber.com or call 757-622-2312

$60 Chamber Members; $90 Prospective Members                                                           

About the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce (www.HamptonRoadsChamber.com)

The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit, member-based business organization.  The Chamber is a vigorous advocate for the economic success of its nearly 2,000 member businesses, which employ more than 280,000 men and women in southeastern Virginia.  The Chamber promotes Hampton Roads’ healthy business climate through economic development, public policy initiatives, services and benefits to members.  The Chamber is dedicated to creating economic opportunity and enhancing the quality of life in Hampton Roads.

 

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