Chamber celebrates Centennial

The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce is holding its Centennial Celebration on Dec. 4, from 4-7 p.m..

This gala event will be held at the Chamber and adjoining Quil Ceda Conference Center, and will feature delicious catered appetizers, a hosted bar, live music and great prizes.

Each attendee will receive a collector’s coin commemorating the Chamber’s first 100 years. There will be a short program at 6 p.m. featuring a unique Centennial video compilation produced by White Owl Arts Videography, and governmental proclamations from elected officials from the city and county, including the First Gentleman, Mike Gregoire, presenting on behalf of the state. These proclamations will declare the week of Dec. 1-5 as The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce week. If your organization would like to participate with a letter of congratulations, the Chamber would love to hear from you.

Complementing the hosted bar will be wine tasting by the award-winning Willis Hall. Bring your appetite for a tempting selection of edibles from the following Chamber members: Village Inn Restaurant, Bob’s Burger & Brew, Boston’s Pizza & Pasta, Fred Meyer, Maxi’s, Garlic Jim’s, GA Maxwell’s, Kafe’ Neo, Domino’s, Rhodie’s BBQ, Coca-Cola, and Let’s Dish!.

This event is the perfect time to donating a raffle prize to highlight your business. If you want to participate in the prize raffle, please contact the Chamber to let them know what you will be bringing so that they can plan ahead and include you in our promotions.

When you arrive please enter through the Chamber lobby, making sure to sign the guestbook and receive your special commemorative gift.

As of Nov. 26, the Chamber already had more than 150 RSVP’s so call or email your registrations now so that they have your name badge ready and you can immediately begin mingling with business associates, elected leaders, and potential clients at this event.

For more information call the Chamber at 360-659-7700.

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