LACONIA — The Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce will be holding their 96th Annual Membership Meeting & Awards Luncheon presented by Bank of New Hampshire on Thursday, January 15 at The Margate Resort in Laconia.
Check in will begin at 11:30 a.m. and the luncheon meeting will be held from Noon to 1:30 p.m. "Bank of New Hampshire is proud to be a longtime supporter of the Lakes Region Chamber," stated Mark Primeau, President & CEO for Bank of New Hampshire. "Chamber membership collectively partners local businesses providing community vision and leadership. Bank of New Hampshire understands the hard work that the Chamber does is vital to the growth of business in the Lakes Region."
"The Chamber's Annual Meeting is the largest opportunity when most of our member businesses gather at one time," announced Chamber Executive Director Karmen Gifford. "We are proud of the growing opportunities that we offer our business partners throughout the year. We will be celebrating accomplishments, recognizing our Golden Hammer, Golden Trowel and Environmental Awards winners, and we are excited to have Dennis Delay, an Economist from the NH Center for Public Policy Studies as our keynote speaker."
Registration for the annual meeting is $40 per person and can be made directly from the Chamber's website at LakesRegionChamber.org.
Statistics show that if your company is an active member of a Chamber of Commerce, you are communicating a good business strategy that you are a company using good business practices, involved in your community, care about customers and that you are reputable.
The Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce collectively represents more than 450 businesses located in over 18 cities and towns. The mission of the Chamber is to create value for the members through collaboration and education that promotes an engaged community and thriving economy for the businesses in the Lakes Region. For additional information, contact Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce at 603-524-5531, visit them on the web at LakesRegionChamber.org and social media networks including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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