Chamber to unveil refreshed look at January event

Connections within a community are vital for its success. The Aiken Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner will celebrate the Chamber’s 99th year of connecting business to the community to enhance the quality of life and economic vitality of Aiken.

The Chamber will unveil its updated logo which reflects its commitment to small and large business, honors the synergy among businesses and celebrates the connectivity between business and the entire community.

“The business climate is the number one factor to a successful community, and we feel the new logo visually represents the connection between business and the community,” said Chamber President/CEO J. David Jameson. “We will celebrate the connections of the past 99 years, but more importantly look to the horizon for connections that can be made to enhance Aiken’s future.”

The evening will include the presentation of the Chamber’s annual awards. The Man and Woman of the Year will be awarded to two individuals that demonstrate characteristics including leadership skills, community impact and involvement, are role models and mentors to others and demonstrate a commitment to a higher level of ethics in business practices.

Also being presented are the Small and Large Business of the Year awards. These awards recognize two Chamber members that have completed a minimum of three years in business, demonstrate exceptional customer service, are recognized as community leaders, inspire others, and exhibit vision that goes above and beyond business as usual.

Attendees of the 99th Annual Dinner will enjoy a spectacular evening consisting of a cocktail reception, followed by an elegant dinner, presentation of awards and exciting performances by Burns Dance Studio. The event will take place January 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the USC Aiken Convocation Center.

Members interested in attending should contact Director of Membership Services, Emily Murphy, at 803.641.1111 or email emurphy@aikenchamber.net.

 

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