Cocoa Beach Chamber of Commerce To Host Annual Gala Under Space Shuttle Atlantis
By Space Coast Daily // December 16, 2015
chamber event set for January 22
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – The Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce (CBRCC) is pleased to announce the location of its upcoming 48th Annual Gala.
The chamber will begin a new year under Space Shuttle Atlantis at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on January 22, 2016 from 7-9:30 p.m.
Guests will be treated to the full Atlantis exhibit, including two emotional theatre shows highlighting our history in space exploration. Attendees will also have an opportunity to win an additional ticket to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex good for one year.
Black-tie optional, this elegant evening is part of the Chamber’s Annual Gala welcoming new members to the Chamber’s board including 2016’s new Chairman, Joe Mayer, Director of Government Relations for Lockheed Martin. “It is an honor to be assuming the role of Chair of the Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce,” said Mayer.
“This Chamber is doing great things and I look forward to our new initiatives in 2016 as we continue to ‘Launch New Tomorrows.’”
In addition, the Chamber will present the prestigious Distinguished Service Award; the highest honor bestowed by the CBRCC. The award is presented annually to an individual in the community who best exemplifies leadership and commitment to the Chamber and the public.
President and CEO Jennifer Sugarman will ring in a new year of leadership between her and Chairman Joe Mayer.
“This Chamber has been a staple in this community since 1968 with a tremendous breadth of reach and a history of success,” said Sugarman.
“I look forward to continuing our rich heritage and propelling it further with new initiatives and innovative marketing strategies, bringing further promotional opportunities for our 1,500 partners.”
Seating is limited for the event and early registration is strongly encouraged.
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