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  • MEDIA INVITATION: 12/02/2020 | Kamloops Chamber to host MLA's for Provincial Budget Address

    For Release 9:00AM PDT
    February 12, 2020
     
    February 12, 2020
     
    MEDIA INVITATION – Kamloops Chamber to host MLA’s for Provincial Budget Address
     
    The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce first quarterly luncheon of the year will feature special guests MLA Todd Stone and MLA Peter Milobar, following the delivery of the 2020 Provincial Budget Speech. The luncheon will take place at the Coast Kamloops Hotel and Conference Centre on Friday February 28, 2020 from 11:30am – 1:30pm
     
    The presentation will provide the city's business community with an overview of the 2020 budget and will provide insight into the Province’s plans for 2020.

    This is an opportunity to hear directly from the Province on how the 2020 Budget will impact local business and families.
     

    Details
    Place: Vista Room, Coast Kamloops Hotel and Conference Centre, 1250 Rogers Way
    Date:   Friday February 28, 2020
    Time:   11:30am – 1:30pm (speaking at 12:15pm)
    Tickets: $40.00 (Members) | $65.00 (Non Members)
     
    Note
    RSVP’s are not required but appreciated.
    Registration is required for the lunch portion of the event.
    If you require time to set up in the venue, please arrive before 11:15am. 
    Chamber resources can be made available to assist with set up.  Please check-in with Chamber staff so we can properly accommodate you.
     
    Contact
    Acacia Pangilinan, Executive Director
    778.257.5900 – Direct
    acacia@kamloopschamber.ca
     
     
    The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce is proud to be the voice of business in Kamloops.  The Chamber is the largest business organization in Kamloops, and has consistently delivered networking and educational opportunities, money-saving benefits and advocacy to a diverse local business community since 1896.  We exist to serve our members, which range from the smallest to the very largest employers in the region, in every industry.