Sen. Tim Kaine to Speak at CRCC Commonwealth Breakfast
Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce Press Release
(Charlottesville, Virginia – March 13) The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce today announced that it will hold its 2014 Chamber Commonwealth Breakfast on Monday morning, April 14th – 7:30 – 9am, at the Holiday Inn on Emmet Street in Charlottesville.
The Annual Chamber Commonwealth Breakfast, underwritten by Union First Market Bank, is attended annually by 150-200 business and civic leaders (more than 100 members have already made reservations). US Senator Timothy Kaine will address Chamber members and guests, speaking on the economy, international matters and our country’s direction for the future. Also at the breakfast, the Chamber will present the 2014 Chamber Volunteer Award.
Senator Kaine has served people throughout his life as a missionary, civil rights lawyer, teacher, and public official. He has served as Mayor of Richmond, Governor of Virginia, and United States Senator. Senator Kaine’s priorities include: “expansion of economic opportunity through infrastructure investment, better workforce training, immigration reform, and smart strategies to expand health care access while reducing costs to families, businesses, and government.” Senator Kaine serves on the Senate Budget, Armed Services and Foreign Relations committees. He holds degrees from the University of Missouri and Harvard University Law School. He is married to Anne Holton, who currently serves as Virginia Secretary of Education.
To register for the Chamber Commonwealth Breakfast, visit cvillechamber.com, click on the event link or contact the Chamber at: 434.295.3141. (Early bird registration discount to March 24th.)
The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to representing private enterprise, promoting business and enhancing the quality of life in the greater Charlottesville communities. Founded in 1913, today the Chamber’s more than 1,100 member and affiliate member enterprises employ more than 45,000 men and women in the Charlottesville region, representing an estimated total payroll of more than $1.75 billion a year.
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