Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce
Its that time of the year! The 2019 Business Awards are coming up and nominations are due on Jan. 4. Please take a moment to nominate a deserving business by clicking HERE.
Below is a list of events that the Prince William Chamber of Commerce is hosting throughout the rest of December and into January. Please share with anyone that you think would be interested in attending.
This includes Upcoming Events, Ribbon Cutting/Business Before and After Hours, Committee & Council Meetings, Leadshare Groups, Community Events Calendar. Learn how to get the most out of your membership!
The Chamber offices will be closed from Dec. 24 – Jan. 1 and will reopen on Jan. 2.
Jan. 8 – Tuesday – 4:00-6:30 p. m. – Future of the Region – Hear from the leaders of Manassas, Manassas Park and Prince William about what happened over the past year and what we can expect in the coming year. Followed by a Networking Cocktail Hour. Old Hickory Golf Club, 11921 Chanceford Drive, Woodbridge. Register HERE.
Jan. 10 – Friday – 8:30 a. m.-12:30 p. m. – GovCon Contracting Matchmaker Event – Small Businesses: Are you leaving Money on the Table? Find your “Prime” match at this unique event. Manassas Park Community Center, 99 Adams Street, Manassas Park. Register HERE. More Info: Suzanne Lewis
Ribbon Cuttings/Business Before & After Hours
To schedule a Ribbon Cutting, Before/After Hours event, contact Peggy Kimmey / 571-765-7567
Dec. 19 – Wednesday – 5:00-6:30 p. m. – Catholic Charities, Catholic Diocese of Arlington Business After Hours and Ribbon Cutting (Ceremony @ 5:45 p. m.). Catholic Charities is the charitable arm of the Catholic Church in the 21 counties and seven cities of the Diocese of Arlington under the leadership of Bishop Michael F. Burbidge. Catholic Charities serves the poor and vulnerable that live in the Diocese, whether or not they are Catholic. Hogar Immigrant Services and Migration and Refugee Services, 8251 Shoppers Square, Manassas. Register HERE.
Jan. 4 – Friday – 9:00 a. m. – Membership Orientation. Get the BIG PICTURE perspective on resources and opportunities available through your Chamber Membership. Chamber HQ. More Info: Peggy Kimmey
Jan. 9 – Wed – 5:00-6:30 p. m. – Business After Hours/Networking Social. Kick off your New Year’s Resolutions at OneLife Fitness, 2401 Rockbridge Court, Woodbridge. More Info: Peggy Kimmey. Register HERE.
Council and Committee Meetings
Dec. 20 – Thursday – 3:30-4:30 p. m. – Women’s Leadership Council. Speaker: Katie Nelson. Topic: How you sell or don’t sell is completely a reflection of your personal brand. Chamber HQ. More Info: Kelly Elliott
Jan. 3 – Thursday – 12:00-1:00 p. m.- Not-for-Profit Council. Speaker: Patrick King, Founder and CEO of Imagine. Topic: “Why Your Advertising Stinks and what You Can Do About It.” Chamber HQ. More Info: Suzanne Lewis
Jan. 8 -Tuesday – 9:15-10:30 a. m. – Education & Innovation. Speaker: Coren Allen, Founder The Kambimbi Academy. Topic: “The Kambimbi Academy, A Global Brand for Peace Building & Conflict Prevention” and Doug Wright, CTE Supervisor – PWCS on Career and Technical Education Career Connections Event. Chamber HQ. More Info: Suzanne Lewis
Jan. 8 -Tuesday – 1:00-2:00 p. m. – Hispanic Council Meeting. Speaker: Jackie Chavez, Program Manager of Educational Services. Topic: HOGAR Immigration Services. Chamber HQ. More Info: Suzanne Lewis
Jan. 9 – Wednesday – 9:30-10:30 a. m. – Policy Committee. Topic: PWC Schools – Legislative Priorities and the Budget. Chamber HQ. More Info: Ross Snare
Jan. 11 – Friday – 3:30-4:30 p. m. – Ambassador Committee. Topic: PWC Schools – Legislative Priorities and the Budget. Harbor Chase of Prince William Commons, 14080 Central Loop, Woodbridge. More Info: Peggy Kimmey
Jan. 14 – Monday – 1:30-2:30 p. m. — Economic Development Committee. Speaker: Wade Hugh, Director of Development Services PWC. Topic: PWC Small Business Iniciative and Development Schedule. Chamber HQ. More Info: Ross Snare