Luncheon scheduled for June

The Rockford Chamber of Commerce (RCC) is proud to present the June installment of its popular Bi-Monthly Luncheon Series. The event is scheduled from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Monday, June 6 at the Rockford Ambulance building, 8450 Shaner Avenue NE. Lunch will feature the delicious fare of Cannonsburg Grist Mill.

This month’s luncheon will be an overview of the new format of the luncheons, which will feature more networking opportunities for the participants. The Networking Committee has worked hard to research ideas so the membership can enjoy unique opportunities for networking and expanding their circle of contacts. Representatives from the committee will present the changes planned for the bi-monthly luncheon format.

Also on the docket is an overview of Chamber University. “Chamber U” will be the educational arm of the RCC. Chamber membership will have the opportunity to attend classes sponsored by the RCC, and “students” will be able to explore a variety of subjects to help them get the most out of their businesses. Tuition will earn participants an overview of such subjects as the art of networking, marketing, business planning and social media. This educational opportunity is exclusively for RCC membership.

To attend this informative luncheon, please call the RCC 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 Series is a wonderful way to enjoy good food and excellent company in a relaxed atmosphere. Drawings for prizes are conducted at the conclusion of the event. The luncheon is a great networking opportunity, so participants are reminded to bring their business cards.

 

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