Chamber of Commerce Changes Annual Breakfast Meeting to Feb. 28

St. Croix Chamber of Commerce

Due to an unavoidable travel delay affecting Gov. Albert Bryan Jr., the St. Croix Chamber of Commerce Annual Breakfast has been postponed and will now be held at 7:30 a.m., Friday, Feb. 28, at the Buccaneer Hotel’s Brass Parrot.

Ticket holders were notified earlier today via email.

Knowing the importance that members place on being able to ask questions of the governor directly, the board felt it important to reschedule rather than book a last-minute speaker.

Those who have previously reserved a ticket and plan to attend on the 28th don’t need to do anything.

If you have already registered, The Chamber looks forward to seeing you Friday, Feb 28.

Anyone who has reserved tickets and cannot attend, please notify The Chamber of Commerce as soon as possible, so that your seat can be freed and a refund issued if you paid in advance. Simply reply to this email or contact Cindy via email at [email protected]

The St. Croix Chamber of Commerce apologizes for any inconvenience due to this unforeseeable circumstance.

Breakfast Meeting Agenda:

Arrivals beginning at 7 a.m.

Breakfast served promptly at 7:30 a.m.

Introduction by St. Croix Chamber Chair Ryan Nelthropp

Induction of new Board members

Review of 2019 St. Croix Chamber activities and accomplishments as well as future Chamber goals

Keynote Speaker: Governor Albert Bryan Jr. at 8 a.m.

Chamber Members $35; Non-Members $40. Admission cost includes full breakfast. There are a handful of seats left. Reserve seats before they sell out.

Advanced payment online via PayPal (or credit card) is recommended to save time or choose to pay at the door. Payment at the door is available by cash or credit card (MC, VISA).


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