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Wichita County Chamber Of Commerce Headed To Austin

A delegation from the Chamber and the Wichita County area is headed to Austin to increase awareness and promote North Texas businesses and citizens.

The delegation has the opportunity to thank Texas legislators, administrative staff and agency personnel for the efforts they make on our behalf.

Attendees has the opportunity to visit one on one with key people and tell them how they feel about critical issues affecting them and their businesses.

Senior vice president of Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce and Industry Emily Waite said "since the chamber is the voice of business, we can think of no better way to get that voice out clear and heard and understand than going to Austin and actually personally delivering it."

The day in Austin also gives members an opportunity to see our state government in action. This year's trip is planned for Monday and Tuesday, March 28-29. Registration will help defray costs associated with the events scheduled for the trip. Other personal expenses will include your lunch and dinner on Monday and your hotel accommodations.

Sponsorships are also available for this event and include Presenting Sponsors ($1000) - 4 registrations to the event, reserved seating and display space at both breakfast and the luncheon, allowed to place items at each seat at luncheon, and logo in materials before, during, and after the event; Supporting Sponsors ($750) - 3 registrations, reserved seating, and display space, name in materials; Sponsors ($500) - 2 registrations and reserved seating, name in most materials; Supporters ($250) - 1 registration and reserved seating, name in some materials. Contact The Chamber Office at 723-2741 to secure your sponsorship now!

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