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: 2019-08-21
Format: 2019-08-21
LCRCC- Voices for the Lake Project - 06/21/2005
LCRCC- Voices for the Lake Project
LCRCC- Tourism - 05/17/2005
Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce Discussion on Tourism Kate LaRiviere (Host), Jim Glanville (Inn at Essex), and Sam Ankerson (Shelburne Museum)
LCRCC- Innkeepers - 04/19/2005
The Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce Show Area Innkeepers
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast - 03/14/2005
Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce and GBIC Legislative Breakfast with House Speaker Gaye Symington and Senate President Pro Tem Peter Welch
LCRCC Leg. Breakfast- Healthcare in Vermont - 02/07/2005
Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce and GBIC Legislative Breakfast Health Care Panel: Dr. Melinda Estes (CEO FAHC), Karen Marshall (VP Clear Channel Communications), Carolyn Edwards (CEO of Competitive Computing), and Spephan Morse (Chair of...
LCRCC Legislative Breakfast - 01/10/2005
Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce and GBIC Preset: Legislative Breakfast with Governor Jim Douglas

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