Kirkland Chamber of Commerce hosts a breakfast

  • Tuesday, September 5, 2017 8:00am
  • Business

The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce invites members to learn how to make the most of their membership through a breakfast with the chamber on Sept. 13.

This is an opportunity for anyone, including new, prospective or a long-term member, to brush up on the best practices. Merrill Gardens will host and sponsor the breakfast, which starts at 8:15 a.m.

Attendees will hear from Chamber staff and ambassadors on how to get involved, how to promote yourself and your business, how a chamber is different than other networking groups, networking tips, success stories and what the chamber is doing to support Kirkland at a city and state level.

A level breakfast of coffee and pastries will be provided courtesy of Merrill Gardens. Anyone can register at the chamber website.

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