Explore financial opportunities at luncheon

Chris Carlson

Chris Carlson

The Rockford Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the October installment of its popular Bi-Monthly Luncheon series. The event is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 5 at Timber’s Inn Restaurant, 6555 Belding Rd., from noon to 1:30 p.m. The featured speaker is Chris Carlson, a financial advisor from Edward Jones Investments.

Carlson will share his knowledge and expertise in his selected field during his presentation, “Financial Outlook and Opportunities.” Carlson is a financial advisor and partner with Edward Jones Investments. He earned a BS in economics from Elmhurst College and an MBA with concentration in finance from University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. He earned his certificate in financial planning from University of California, Irvine, and has 20 years of experience in finance and investments.

To attend this timely presentation, please call the Chamber office at (616) 866-2000, or e-mail to membership@rockfordmichamber.com to register. Cost, which includes lunch, is $15 for Chamber members and $20 for non-members. Please note that if you have registered and are unable to attend, you must call and cancel prior to the event or you will be charged.

The Bi-Monthly Luncheon is a wonderful way to enjoy good food, expert advice and excellent company in a relaxed atmosphere. Drawings for prizes are conducted at the conclusion of the event. The luncheon is also a great networking opportunity, so participants are reminded to bring their business cards.

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