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Brandon area business news and notes

Riverview Chamber of Commerce: Members and guests are invited to attend the April monthly Membership Meeting Luncheon Tuesday at the Regent.

Guest speakers include Dr. Bryan Thatcher of Thatcher Properties and Jennifer Whelihan of Florida Small Business Development Center. They will talk about managing fear and business marketing, respectively.

Members may register online or call the Greater Riverview Chamber of Commerce office at 813-234-5944.

Brandon Chamber of Commerce: The vice commander of the 6th Air Mobility Wing at MacDill Air Force Base will discuss MacDill's mission and role in the community at the next Synergy Monthly Membership Meeting May 6 at the Regent.

Col. Andrew J. Briere will talk with chamber members about doing business with MacDill and the economic impact the base has on Brandon.

The lunch is $12 for members and their guests in advance, $15 at the door. Corporate tables of eight are available for $150.

People can register online or call (813) 689-1121.

Valrico/FishHawk Chamber of Commerce: Join chamber members for a free After Hours networking event April 24 at A.J.'s Fine Wines & Liquors.

Attendees are encouraged to bring business cards and another guest and mix with members of the chamber and local businesses. The event is sponsored by Ann Spire, president of CMIT Solutions — a nationwide provider of information technology services for small and mid-sized businesses.

The event will run from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Publix-anchored shopping plaza on Lithia Pinecrest Road.

Brandon area business news and notes 04/16/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 1:34pm]
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