Chamber welcomes all businesses for Business After Hours

Meet other business owners at the Realty Executives Offices, next door to the chamber in Lake Country.

The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce is inviting all businesses in the area to an after hours event today, Wednesday Oct. 30.

This month’s Business after Hours is at the Realty Executives Offices, next door to the chamber.

Join the chamber for hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, 50/50, door prizes and an opportunity to network with your business community.

The event goes from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m

Pre-registration is not required to attend Business after Hours.

Ticket price is $5 for members and exact change is appreciated.

 

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