Chamber event featured great food, facility

ESSENTIAL PARTNERS—for meeting your financial needs. Pictured is Julia Ricards, Jason Parker, Dan Bloemers, Paul Chimienti, Jason Crottie, Sheila Wixon, Jen Grandy and Jeff Hayes.

ESSENTIAL PARTNERS—for meeting your financial needs. Pictured is Julia Ricards, Jason Parker, Dan Bloemers, Paul Chimienti, Jason Crottie, Sheila Wixon, Jen Grandy and Jeff Hayes.

If you missed it, too bad for you. The latest Chamber After Hours event was held at Huntington Bank, where the food was fantastic and the remodeled space was beautiful. There were also a dozen or so wonderful door prizes awarded, from golf gift certificates, a $75 restaurant gift card and more.

Manager Paul Chimienti said his vision for the company was to become very involved with the community, and that led to the bank’s sponsorship of Huntington Rogue River Blues series, which has been a huge success for Rockford.

Chimienti said the institution’s success is also due to the development of essential partners to better serve the needs of the banks clients.

The next Chamber event is a luncheon at Timbers (see article on page 3) and the next After Hours will be Monday, November 2, at John Decker Chevrolet. For more information on these events, contact the Rockford Chamber of Commerce at (616) 866-2000.

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