Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce to Host Business Connection After Hours at The Chamberlin

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Business Connection After Hours invites local business leaders to gather for an opportunity to create a business-to-business connection. The events are part of the Chamber’s strategy to seek uncommon solutions to common challenges.

The Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce (VPCC) is pleased to announce the first Business Connection After Hours of 2015 will be hosted by The Chamberlin Thursday, Jan. 15 from 5 to 7 p.m.

The public – members and non-members – are invited to attend this event, designed to connect the businesses of the region together to find uncommon solutions to common challenges.

The event is free. RSVP attendance through the events section of the http://www.VaPeninsulaChamber.com site.

The Chamberlin is located in Hampton at 2 Fenwick Rd. on Fort Monroe.

For more information contact Suzy Johnson, Vice President, Finance and Operations of the VPCC, at sjohnson(at)vpcc(dot)org or 757.262.2000.

ABOUT THE CHAMBERLIN

In the summer of 2008, The Chamberlin reopened its doors as a retirement home located in Fort Monroe.

The Chamberlin is a beautifully appointed retirement facility that boasts a waterfront property and sunset views of Hampton Roads.

The unmatched location offers senior residents enhanced services for health, recreation and wellness, and provides the same beauty today that it featured in its previous life as a hotel, beginning in 1820. More information on The Chamberlin can be found online at http://www.historicchamberlin.com.

ABOUT THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:

The Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce (VPCC) serves the Cities of Newport News, Hampton and Poquoson; and James City County and York County.

VPCC is a business association that "Connects Business with Opportunity" through Facilitation, Advocacy, Communication and Education.

In addition to helping lead the business community on public policy impacting the Virginia Peninsula workforce, the VPCC hosts a series of programs, including the annual State of the City events for Newport News, Hampton and Poquoson; the Peninsula Executive Leadership Forum; Military Day, Job Fair and Recognition Luncheon; Young Entrepreneurs Academy; Pink Bag Lunches; and Business Connections, in addition to numerous business roundtables. As of 2013, YEA! Has graduated 1,394 students who have started over 1,000 businesses and social movements.

The VPCC is located at 21 Enterprise Parkway, Suite 100 in Hampton. For more information, call 757.262.2000 or email info(at)vpcc(dot)org.

Connect to the VPCC online at http://www.vapeninsulachamber.com and via LinkedIn, Facebook and Google+.

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