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Join Mayor Turner at the East End Chamber's Vision 2016 Luncheon

Join Mayor Turner at the East End Chamber's Vision 2016 Luncheon

Join the Houston East End Chamber of Commerce on Monday, February 29th at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Houston Hobby Airport (8181 Airport Blvd) for a discussion on the Houston East End Vision from our City of Houston’s elected officials: Mayor Sylvester Turner, Council Member Robert Gallegos and Council Member Karla Cisneros.

During the luncheon, they will be accepting men suit donations for Career Gear. Your donation will provide East End high school male students with appropriate interview attire for our soft-skills program: East End – My Career Path. View Career Gear’s donation guidelines »

Program Schedule:
11:00 am – 11:30 am: Expo & Networking
11:30 am – 1:00 pm: Panel Discussion & Luncheon
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm: Expo & Networking Continued

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Sponsorship opportunities are available:

Platinum Sponsor: $2,000
• Includes headliner
• Reserved table of 8
• Website event acknowledgment
• Introduction of business luncheon
• Expo booth
• Full page (5” X 8”) ad in program
• Table centerpiece advertising

Gold Sponsor: $550
• Reserved table of 8
• Expo booth
• Half page (5” X 3.875”) ad in program
• Listing in centerpiece advertising

Silver Sponsor: $350
• Reserved table of 8
• Listing in program

Expo Booth: $100
• Members only
• Includes 1 lunch

Individual Seating Member: $35
Individual Seating Non-Member: $45

Questions? Contact Paola Finol at paola@eecoc.org.

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