Saturday, April 30, 2011

RPCC anniversary event today

Here are the updates of the Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce two year anniversary eventRogers Park Chamber of Commerce at Quest Network Services today at 5pm.

The event will begin with a meet and greet, introductions and networking at 5pm. Followed by guest speakers, presentations and group photos by Bill's Digital Photos.



Guest speakers for the celebration will include RPCC members, business services organizations and Mark Finley of Back in the Day Barbeque. Membership certificates updated with the new RPCC logo and officers will be presented to current chamber members. Tastings will be provided by Charmers Cafe and Carribean American Bakery.





The Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce has a diverse mix of businesses and service organizations that range from restaurants to business services, a fitness center, a wine shop, a custom letterpress print shop and more. It is in every businesses best interest to join the chamber and unify our efforts to improve your business and stimulate an orderly economic growth, enriching our community of Rogers Park. - Bill Morton, Chamber President

Location: Quest Network Services 7301 N. Sheridan Road Chicago, IL. 60626

Date/Time: Today - Saturday, April 30th, 2011 / 5pm - 10pm

Invites/Pricing: Everyone who is interested in increasing their business should attend. Anyone interested in improving Rogers Park should attend. Invite your friends and neighbors. There is no charge for this event.

Please bring: Business cards, Promotional materials and warm greetings for your neighbors.

Note: If you are considering joining the Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce, please review the rate card. Rate cards will also be available at this event.





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1 comment:

Bill Morton said...

Thank you everyone who participated in the Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce two year anniversary celebration.

This was our most successful event to date.

I'm looking forward to attending fifty or sixty more RP Chamber anniversaries in the future.

Longevity is key.