Save Time and Money with a Luncheon Pass
Every year, the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce hosts six luncheons throughout Gillette, each with a different topic of conversation. Luncheons are one of the ways the Chamber fulfills its mission by offering both educational and networking opportunities for working professionals in Campbell County.
“I find luncheons to be very informative, and I think it’s great that the Chamber gets information out to its members this way, because it’s invaluable for our community,” said Gillette College Foundation Executive Director Heidi Gross.
Attending a luncheon is a good way to learn what’s happening in the community over your lunch break, while also meeting with area professionals, and enjoying a locally-prepared meal. It’s also a chance to share with others what you’ve been working on in the community.
“At the end of every luncheon, we have a ‘Fast Talk’ segment where attendees can stand up and announce any important news with their business,” said Chamber Events and Programming Manager Tracy Mathews.
This year’s luncheon series will feature presentations about our changing energy industry, Gillette College, and talks with local government officials. Luncheons are hosted on the second Tuesday of the month, from September through November, and then January through March. Tickets are $25 for Chamber members, but you can save yourself the cost of a ticket by purchasing a Luncheon Series Season Pass for $125.
“We started the luncheon pass program to make it easier for our members to attend luncheons at a discounted price,” said Chamber Executive Director Gail Lofing. “They pay one time and have a guaranteed seat at every luncheon.”
A Luncheon Series Season Pass admits one to all six Chamber Luncheons. If you’re interested in purchasing, call the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce at (307) 682–3673.