Special visit covers his platform with members a week before elections
The showcase was packed with nearly 150 booths, giving Chamber members an engaging opportunity to introduce a new business or to renew their existing brand to potential partners and clients.
Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce members visited Massimo Zanetti Beverage USAs manufacturing facility in Suffolk, Virginia on October 21.
Regional transportation projects for the next six years
Candidates for the forum included: Paige D Cherry, Nathan J. Clark, William E. Bill Moody Jr., Donna Biggs Sayegh, and Gary Waters. The forum covered topics such as the candidates priorities, increasing tunnel tolls, bringing casino gaming to the city, and the proposal of moving inmates from the city jail to the regional jail.
This event, held on October 15, provided the business community with the opportunity to hear directly from members of the U.S. House of Representatives regarding business issues and critical matters facing the nation.
Members of the Executive Committee in attendance at the monthly meeting voted unanimously on October 8 to reiterate the Chambers support of the Patriots Crossing project, agreeing to submit a formal endorsement letter to Governor McAuliffe and to HRTAC.
Nearly 300 servicemen and women and business professionals from the community attended the Military Citizen of the Year Luncheon hosted by the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce on October 9 at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott.
The Hampton Roads defense and business communities came together at a local Navy base to celebrate Hispanic heritage October 8.
The annual address, hosted by LEAD Hampton Roads on October 7, provided a comprehensive review of the regions current challenges, explore our current approach to economic growth and offer possible courses of action. Keynote Speaker Dr. James V. Koch, President Emeritus and Professor of Economics, Old Dominion University, who was joined by Dr. Gary A. Wagner, Professor of Economics, Associate Director, Economic Forecasting Project, Old Dominion University. The overall message of the 2014 State of the Region report was that our regional economy continues to recover, but still has not regained the jobs lost in the 2008 recession. Department of Defense (DOD) spending has helped lessen the impact of a recession.