Honourary Chamber Members Jim Harris and Mary Ashley welcome members and guests to the 80th Anniversary Reception.

Year of celebration not over yet

The Campbell River Chamber of Commerce’s 80th anniversary year celebrations are coming to a close

The Campbell River Chamber of Commerce’s 80th anniversary year celebrations are coming to a close.

But they are looking to the upcoming Chamber Member & Guest Reception on Nov. 20 as one more opportunity to show support and appreciation for chamber members.

This event creates an opportunity for the broader business community to join them for an evening of networking, positive business connections and a kick off to the holiday season.

The event takes place Tuesday, Nov. 20 from 5-7:30 p.m. in the warm, inviting atmosphere of the Royal Coachman Carriage Room.

They’ll honour their long standing members and enjoy networking opportunities, a fabulous selection of appetizers, exciting draws and a no host bar.

As well, Maureen Kirkbride, Board Chair of the BC Chamber will join them.

New businesses are encouraged to attend and long standing business owners and leaders are encouraged to invite them to join in and share in an evening of business mentorship and celebration.

Tickets for chamber members are specially priced at $15 plus HST.

Future members and new businesses in Campbell River are welcome to join and share in this networking opportunity and can purchase tickets for $25 plus HST.

Tickets must be purchased in advance and are available online at  www.campbellriverchamber.ca/events or at the Chamber of Commerce office.

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