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The Chamber Corner

Upcoming events:
• Wednesday, Feb. 5: Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee: 8 a.m., Chamber Offices, 701 Craven Street.

• Thursday, Feb. 6: Beaufort Networking: 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., Beaufort Hilton Garden Inn, 1500 Queen Street. Topic: Identity Theft in the Workplace and discussion about how this growing crime is affecting businesses and their employees. Speaker will be Lou Vellia, Harvard Risk Management.

• Thursday, Feb. 13: Education/Workforce Development Committee: 8:15 a.m. at chamber offices, 701 Craven Street.

• Thursday, Feb. 13: Business After Hours: 5:30 to 7 p.m. Hosted by Beaufort Medical Equipment and ValPak, 2127 Boundary Street, Suite 5, Beaufort. Free, all are welcome.

• Thursday, Feb. 20: Coffee With Colleagues: 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Hosted by Marine Federal Credit Union, 819 Parris Island Gateway, co-hosted by Second Helpings. Free networking opportunity for members. Bring your business cards. If you bring a canned food item you will be entered in the drawing for a special door prize.

Leaders of the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce along with members of the local Military Enhancement Committee (MEC) made a trip to Columbia last week to meet with elected officials to advocate for important issues impacting our region. From left: Col. John Payne, Rep. Kenneth Hodges, Jimmy Boozer, Robb Wells, Rep. Weston Newton, Stephen Murray, Blakely Williams, Will Achurch, Rep. Bill Bowers and Jaime Dailey-Vergara.
Leaders of the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce along with members of the local Military Enhancement Committee (MEC) made a trip to Columbia last week to meet with elected officials to advocate for important issues impacting our region. From left: Col. John Payne, Rep. Kenneth Hodges, Jimmy Boozer, Robb Wells, Rep. Weston Newton, Stephen Murray, Blakely Williams, Will Achurch, Rep. Bill Bowers and Jaime Dailey-Vergara.
This week, the Chamber of Commerce surprised FWDG as the Business of the Week and delivered a free breakfast to their staff, courtesy of Sonic.
This week, the Chamber of Commerce surprised FWDG as the Business of the Week and delivered a free breakfast to their staff, courtesy of Sonic.

 

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