The Chamber of Southwest Florida is bringing city and county managers to the table for a luncheon summit to address representatives of the regional business community and the interested public on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016. “The State of Southwest Florida: City and County Managers Share Insights” will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Fort Myers Airport at Town Center, 9931 Interstate Commerce Drive.
Lee County Manager Roger Desjarlais, Bonita Springs City Manager Carl Schwing, Fort Myers City Manager Saeed Kazemi and Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag will present on the state of our cities and county and provide perspective on the challenges and opportunities facing our communities.
“As business owners, it is our responsibility to be a voice in our communities,” said Chamber of Southwest Florida Chairman Joe Padgett. “We need to maintain an open dialogue with our city and county government in order to tell them what we need to continue to grow and improve our economy.”
Member seating is available for $30, non-members for $40. Advanced reservations are required by phone at (239) 433-4111or online at www.chamberswfl.com. Seating for the event is limited and will be confirmed on a first-come basis. A limited number of corporate tables are also available.
About the Chamber of Southwest Florida
The Chamber of Southwest Florida is a regional business membership organization with members in Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades Counties. Chamber members are regional employers and many provide products and services across the region. The Chamber’s “Business Building Leadership” mission is driven by governmental advocacy, leadership development, strategic business information products and membership services.