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Contact: Ryan Nelthropp, Chairman of the Board at email@example.com or 340.718.1435
January 17, 2019
ST. CROIX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO HOST GOVERNOR ALBERT BRYAN JR. AT ANNUAL MEETING ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 24
ST. CROIX, USVI —The St. Croix Chamber of Commerce will convene its members and the general public at its annual breakfast meeting on Thursday, January 24, 7:30 a.m., at Gertrude’s Restaurant. The Honorable Albert Bryan Jr., Governor of the Virgin Islands of the United States will be the guest speaker.
According to Chamber Chairman Ryan Nelthropp, the agenda of the annual meeting will include the presentation of an annual report and the induction of new officers.
We are especially pleased that Governor Bryan will join us for this meeting. He has been a Chamber member and supporter over the years and as a small business owner has had insight into the challenges and also the unique opportunities for small businesses on St. Croix. We look forward to his presentation with great anticipation.Ryan Nelthropp, Chairman of the Board, St Croix Chamber of Commerce
The annual meeting is open to the public. Tickets are $30 for members in good standing as of January 24th, and $35 for non-members. Attendees are strongly urged to take advantage of early registration for the meeting at stxchamber.org/event/chamber-annual-meeting/ to guarantee seating for breakfast and to avoid wait time at the entrance. Membership renewal or applications to join the Chamber as a business or individual can be completed at www.stxchamber.org.
The St. Croix Chamber of Commerce officially commenced the representation of industrial, agricultural, and commercial interests on St. Croix in 1924, and currently has 150 business and individual members. Advocacy on behalf of the business community is a cornerstone of the Chamber’s mission. The organization’s priority action areas are economic development, energy, territorial budget and taxation, tourism, public safety, infrastructure, education, workforce development, environment, healthcare, and employment law reform.
For more information contact the Chamber at 340.718.1435 or firstname.lastname@example.org