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Friday, 02 March 2018 13:55

March 2018 at a Glance Calendar

March 2018 Calendar 01 5:30 pm POSTPONED March Mixer, T-Mobile Cornelius Store, 20545 Torrence Chapel Road, Cornelius. Don’t miss this opportunity to network and grow your business relationships. 07 9:30 AM 2018 Living to Lead Leadership Conference at Grace Covenant Church 17301 Statesville Rd, Cornelius. Speakers Heidi Hansen, Dave Ferguson, Titus Bartolotta, and Bill Russell. Proceeds benefit The Hope House Foundation. Tickets $30 / $50 Register at LakeNormanChamber.org 09 7:30 am Second Friday Speed Networking at Sam’s Club, 646 River Hwy, Mooresville. Network with the LKN, Mooresville and Statesville Chambers of Commerce. Breakfast included. 13 7:30 am Hough High School…
The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that Justin Allen has joined the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce Team as a Member and Investor Relations Director. Justin will engage local businesses in our chamber family, looking for opportunities to provide exposure, build healthy business relationships, and to enrich their personal skills and business acumen. If you are already a member of the chamber and are looking at ways to get more involved, contact Justin. Bill Russell, President of the Chamber, is excited to have Justin on board.  "I met Justin when he was a Sales Designer with…
The #MeToo movement has a lot of folks asking questions about what is and isn’t sexual harassment. Some might be expressing concern about whether they’ll lose their job for making a sexual harassment complaint against a co-worker or boss. As awareness of sexual harassment issues continues to soar, "how does a Lake Norman business owner limit the risk of getting sued, and, more important, fight sexual harassment?” This important topic and those questions will be addressed at a Lunch n’ Learn facilitated by the Lake Norman Chamber. On Thursday, February 15th, the Lake Norman Chamber Diversity Council will facilitate a…
Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce2017 Annual Report - Unabridged   Business Growth & Regional Advancement • Promoted BusinessWorks! seminars: Cash Flow; Social Media; Selling; Marketing Strategies; Negotiation Skills; Networking; Best Business Practices; Communications; Business Planning; Dream Teams; Best Apps; and Small Business Trends. This year the Chamber collaborated with SCORE to coordinate BusinessWorks programs.• Other Business Seminars have included: Simple Steps for Starting a Business; Reinventing Yourself; Networking 2.0; Managing your online reputation; Trade Show Selling; Tips for Job Seekers; Goal Setting.• Hosted Quarterly Economic Forecast Lunch n’ Learns • Promoted a Small Business Week kicked off by a lunch…
To Local Real Estate Members and Developers in the Lake Norman Market Regarding: Town of Cornelius Land Development Code For the last four years, The Town of Cornelius staff have been working with a local citizen advisory committee to draft an update to the Town Land Development Code. Town Staff has periodically been meeting with local real estate companies, engineers, developers and neighborhood groups to review different portions of the proposed Code that may be of interest. The Cornelius Town Board has scheduled a final public hearing and potential adoption for Monday, February 19th at the Town Board Meeting 7…
The Lake Norman Chamber will be discussing Local Transportation at the Friday, February 16th Focus Friday when it hosts The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO). The program, held from 8:30 until 10 am at the Chamber’s Randy Marion Conference Room, 19900 West Catawba Avenue in Cornelius, will feature a presentation on the 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan. Neil Burke, AICP, PTP, the Transportation Planning Coordinator for the CRTPO will review MTP Development Activities and discuss how local businesses and citizens can provide input on the Draft MTP. Burke, in this role, assists in the development of transportation plans, public involvement…
Cornelius, NC (January 15, 2018) – The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce presented the Duke Citizenship & Service Award to local Mooresville and Huntersville Automobile Dealer Randy Marion at a sold out Annual Meeting which took place Friday, January 12th at The Peninsula Club. Also recognized was Holly Davis, the founder of Holly’z Hope, and Sally J. Ashworth, Executive Director of Visit Lake Noman. John Crutchfield, Director of Public Safety and Recreation Strategy Planning Services at Duke Energy Corporation, presented the award to Mr. Marion. Crutchfield said, “We are pleased this year to recognize an individual whose name is synonymous,…
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