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January 5, 2014

Chamber’s ‘Sweet’ networking event set

The Weatherford Chamber of Commerce will once again host its premier networking event, the Annual Sweet on Business Networking Luncheon, on Friday, Feb. 14.

This event has been grown each year due to the continued networking success of the hundreds of attendees. This year’s event will take place at the Doss Heritage & Culture Center. 

A minimal cost of $20 for chamber members and $25 for non-chamber members will reserve a seat and an opportunity to network with some of Weatherford’s new and growing businesses. Sponsorships are also available.

Sponsorships are $250, which will include eight tickets to the event, business name listed on the business card holders given to participants, listed in advertising and on the Powerpoint during the lunch.  Sponsoring this event is just another way to put your name in front of these potential new clients.

Participants should come hungry and ready to network. Mesquite Pit will be catering this three-course meal.  Attendees will have the opportunity for some outstanding networking and meeting new individuals. This is always a sell out event so don’t wait to make your reservations.

Reservations are required and can be made by calling the chamber at 817-596-3801. Sponsors must notify the chamber by Jan. 17 to be listed on the business card holders.

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