Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce

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The Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce is Vermont's largest business organization. We are committed to serving our 2,500 member businesses by growing the economy, advocating pro-business public policies, and providing member-exclusive innovative programs and services. Our membership and reach stretches from the Addison County to the Mad River Valley and up to the Lake Champlain Islands and beyond. With the city of Burlington acting as our hub, the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce sets the pace for the future of Burlington, the Lake Champlain Region, and even the state of Vermont - through our rich programs and services, community engagement, legislative initiatives, and plentiful events. The Chamber’s goal is to support the community and promote the region as the ideal place to live, work, visit, and do business. info: http://www.vermont.org

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-08-24
Format: 2019-08-24
LCRCC Mixer- Sugarbush Interviews Segment - 09/22/2010
CCTV hosts a Lake Champlain Chamber Mixer with a Live @ 5:25 component. Sugarbush clip
LCRCC Mixer- Non-Live Interviews with Guests (and Raffle) - 09/22/2010
CCTV hosts the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce Business Mixer.  Nick Carter visits with community business people.
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast- Legislative Wrap-up - 03/15/2010
The last of the 2010 Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce's annual Legislative Breakfast Series.
Legislative Breakfast- Mid-Session Report - 02/08/2010
Mid-Session Update with legislative leaders talking about the hot topics at the midway point of the Legislative session.
Business Alliance for a Clean Lake - 01/18/2010
Several prominent area business organizations join forces to create a new alliance.  The Business Alliance for a Clean Lake (BACL) announces their new partnership.  For more information: Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce.  Speaking...
Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast - Governor Douglas - 01/11/2010
The first of Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce's annual Legislative Breakfast Series featuring Governor Jim Douglas.
Legislative Breakfast- House Speaker Smith and Senate Pro Tem Shumlin - 03/16/2009
Mid-Session Update with legislative leaders talking about the hot topics at the midway point of the Legislative session. Senate Pro Tem Peter Shumlin, Speaker of the House Shap Smith.
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast - 02/09/2009
The second of Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce's annual Legislative Breakfast Series.
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast - Gov. Douglas - 01/12/2009
The first of Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce's annual Legislative Breakfast Series featuring Governor Jim Douglas.
LCRCC's Government Affairs Team - 06/11/2008
Genevieve Burnell, Media & Communications, Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce Catherine Davis, Executive Director, Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce Dawn Francis, Executive Director, Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce. For more info, click...
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast - State Budget - 03/17/2008
Speaker Gaye Symington; Senate Pro Tem Peter Shumlin; Lt. Governor Brian Dubie: What legislation will be getting lots of air time this year? Which bills look like they might pass and become law? At the midway point of the legislative session, hear...
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast - Transportation Dilemma - 02/11/2008
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast - Transportation Dilemma
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast - Gov. JIm Douglas - 01/07/2008
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast - Gov. JIm Douglas
LCRCC Quadricentennial Planning and Events - 01/07/2008
Genevieve Burnell, Media & Communications, Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce Tim Shea, President, Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce Ruth Wallman, Executive Director, Lake Champlain Islands Chamber of Commerce Bruce Hyde, Commissioner, Vermont...

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