Chamber Bi-Monthly Luncheon scheduled for October

The Rockford Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the October installment of its popular Bi-Monthly Luncheon Series. The event is scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 3, at the Rockford Ambulance Center, 8450 Shaner Ave. Lunch will feature the delicious fare of the Grist Mill.

This month’s luncheon will be the second sporting the new format and features more networking opportunities for the participants. The August luncheon drew more than 50 avid networking enthusiasts who learned how to hone their networking skills with “elevator speeches.” This luncheon will spotlight Networking Committee member Lynda Nance, as she continues what was started by Michael McGovern at the last luncheon with more steps to successful networking.

With the new format, there will also be three tables available for highlighting your business. This includes setting up a display at the table, placing literature at the luncheon tables, and three minutes to give an overview of your business to the attendees. To find out more about this opportunity, call Jeannie at the Chamber office.

To attend this luncheon, please call the Chamber office at (616) 866-2000, or e-mail 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 and excellent company in a relaxed atmosphere. Drawings for prizes are conducted at the conclusion of the event.

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