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January 27, 2014

Vidor Chamber of Commerce to hold annual banquet

VIDOR — The Vidor Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual meeting and banquet this coming week to celebrate another successful year.

The Vidor Chamber of Commerce will hold its 59th Annual Meeting and Banquet on Thursday, Jan. 30, at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Hall, 1600 N. Main in Vidor. The reception begins at 6:30 p.m. with the dinner starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 per person or a table for six is $150.

Dickie Woodard, the outgoing president of the Vidor Chamber of Commerce, was pass the gavel to Ronnie Herrera, the incoming president. The banquet will also include awards for the Citizen of the Year and the well-kept secret of Citizen of the Year.

This year’s guest speaker is David “Dave” Mulcahy, the director of the Small Business Development Center of Lamar University in Beaumont. Mulcahy has 22 years of consulting and business coaching, as well as advising experience. He has also owned and operated business in the service, oil and gas exploration industry, food service, distribution, healthcare industry, and retail and manufacturing.

Sponsorships are available as well for the event. The Bronze level is $300, the Silver level is $500 and the sole Gold level sponsorship is available for $1,000. Call Misty Songe at 409-466-5546 or the Vidor Chamber of Commerce 409-769-6339 for more information on sponsorships and the banquet.

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