Chamber’s Business Over Breakfast
“Showcasing Connections” between quality of life initiatives and economic development
Our community celebrates successes from top food awards to being one of the best places to start a business. How is the community making things happen to better Lafayette?
The 2013 Business Over Breakfast will showcase how quality of life initiatives and economic development work in concert to provide business prosperity for Acadiana. Attendees will be given a unique, inside look at some of the community’s most exciting initiates. Also to be discussed is how the community can rally behind initiatives that positively affect the area.
Highlights will include:
Chairman of the Board, Rob Eddy, will provide the annual mid-year status report on the Chamber’s agenda.
Business Over Breakfast will be held on Tuesday, June 25, 2013, at the CAJUNDOME Convention Center from 7 am to 9 am. Deadline to register is Monday, June 17, 2013 and preregistration is required. Chamber members may purchase tickets at $35 per person; non-members may purchase them at $65. Reserved tables of eight are also available for $300.
Presented by Cox and HomeBank, this function is the Chamber’s second largest event.
For event information or to purchase a ticket, visit the Chamber’s website, www.lafchamber.org or email, email@example.com, or call 337-233-2705.
Lenny Lemoine, on the plans for a Central Park: The Horse Farm;
Steve Oubre, on the residential development in Acadiana and importance of a comprehensive plan;
John Bordelon, on the ambitious UL Master Athletic Plan;
David Mann, on the potential impact of I-49 South; and
Charles Landry, on the future opportunities for the community.