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January 25, 2014

Chamber mixer Tuesday

The Weatherford Chamber of Commerce loves to celebrate its members and in 2013 the Chamber welcomed more than 75 new members to the business family.

Baker’s Ribs and the Weatherford Chamber have joined forces to host an After Hours Mixer to celebrate all the members. The Annual New Member Reception is 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28. It is important for members to have the opportunity to meet the other members so it’s really important for each business to be represented at this reception. It is not just for new members to attend but for seasoned members to come and welcome our newest members.

If you have become a member anytime in 2013, you are considered a new member. Also, the Chamber would like to invite anyone interested in joining the chamber to come and participate in the networking. It will be a great time to meet folks and see what the Chamber is all about.

Brian and DeeAnna Krier always provide a great selection of food. They understand hospitality and work to provide a good evening. The event is free.

Businesses should bring door prizes so your business can be recognized as door prizes are handed out throughout the event. Mark your calendars now so you don’t miss out on this great event. Bring your business cards and do business. For more information, contact the chamber at 817-596-3801.

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