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The Issues & Eggs Registration Deadline is Approaching

Be sure to register for Issues & Eggs by Jan. 5 to get our early bird discount. Tickets are $35 for members and $45 for future members. Prices increase to $45 and $55 after Jan. 5.

Registration closes Friday, Jan. 7.

The Charleston Regional Chamber of Commerce annual tradition is scheduled for 7:45 a.m. Jan. 12 at the Charleston Marriott Town Center.

The Chamber will be bringing lawmakers and business and community leaders face to face to discuss the issues that will shape our state’s future.  Issues & Eggs, the largest and first legislative breakfast in the state, draws a sell-out crowd. Last year, more than 70 legislators and 250 business leaders attended.

“As we prepare for another legislative session, the Charleston Chamber wants to be proactive and introduce innovative ideas,” said Matt Ballard, the Chamber’s president and CEO. “At the same time, we want to keep a look out for policies and bills that could impact the region and state.”

“Issues & Eggs presents an excellent opportunity for you to hear directly from your representatives on the issues that matter to you and your business,” Ballard said. “Issues & Eggs typically draws a sold-out crowd and is one of our most anticipated and popular events of the year.”

The event will feature a preview of the Chamber’s 2011 legislative agenda, keynote address and Q&A session.

Click here to register.

Sponsors include AEP, West Virginia American Water, BB&T, Charleston Area Medical Center, Spilman Thomas & Battle and AARP. For sponsorship information, call (304) 340-4253.

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