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February 20, 2013

Chamber hosts membership luncheon

GREENVILLE — The Greenville Chamber of Commerce Convention and Visitors Bureau is hoping to bring in a crowd to next month’s Quarterly Membership Luncheon, which will also help launch the Chamber’s annual membership drive.

The event, scheduled for 11:30 a.m. March 4 at the Texas National Guard Armory, 9314 Jack Finney Boulevard in Greenville, will include a quick update on the Chamber’s legislative priorities, actions and plans, including the upcoming Hunt County Days event.

Those attending the event will not be required to become part of the membership drive, but will be encouraged to take part in the campaign.

Those selling three memberships following the luncheon will receive a free table at the annual Chamber Auction. Selling five memberships can earn a booth at the Business Showcase or one golfer at the Chamber’s Golf Outing. And selling more than five memberships earns the seller a table at the 2014 Annual Banquet.

There is no charge to attend the luncheon for those who are already part of a membership drive team. For everyone else, admission is $15, which will be refunded if one Chamber membership is sold within two weeks.

Additional information is available through the Chamber’s Web site at www.greenvillechamber.com or by  contacting the Chamber at 903-455-1510.

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