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Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce 104th Annual Meeting

October 21, 2020 @ 11:30 AM

The Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 21st at 11:30 a.m. at DoubleTree by Hilton, 11800 108th Street, Pleasant Prairie. The event is sponsored by Snap-On Incorporated and ULINE. The Annual Meeting will feature two Keynote Speakers this year: Marvin Bembry of MKB Leadership Transformation and Koerri Elijah of Intuitive Innovation Media. Those who have served on our Board of Directors will be honored along with the following awards and scholarships:

Chairman’s Award

Amanda Blommel of David Insurance, 3917 47th Avenue, Kenosha

Ambassador of the Year

Kristen Kief of Leeward Business Advisors, 520 58th Street, Kenosha

Community Partner Award

Herzing University, 5800 7th Avenue, Kenosha

Best Place to Work in Kenosha County

Specialized Accounting Services, 10801 Corporate Drive, Suite 100, Pleasant Prairie

Beautification Awards

Historic Barden, LLC, 628 58th Street, Kenosha

Downtown Kenosha, 5823 6th Avenue, Kenosha

The Apis Hotel & Restaurant, 614 56th Street, Kenosha

Foundation Scholarships and their member affiliation

Katie Buehler, Kenosha County

Samantha Ceisel, Snap-On, Inc.

Jackson Wilk, Kenosha Kingfish Baseball Club

Alexander Zanotti, Hope Council on Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse

Herzing University Scholarships and their member affiliation

Kristy Cox DelCid, Froedtert South

Chasity Prewitt, Hope Council on Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse

Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating over 104 years of service to the business community, with a mission to provide opportunities to engage and connect our Members with the greater community and promote a culture where people and business succeed.

This event will offer both in-person seating and also a chance to view it virtually. Chamber Members may register for this event by emailing info@kenoshaareachamber.com.

11800 108th Street
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 United States
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