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Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce to hold quarterly luncheon and Entrepreneur Challenge

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NEWS RELEASE ISSUED SEPTEMBER 5, 2013 BY THE NEOSHO AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce has announced their September Quarterly Membership Luncheon and program “Entrepreneur Challenge” sponsored by N.A.C.C., the Department of Economic Development and Crowder College on Thursday, September 19th. The catered luncheon and meeting will be held at the Camp Crowder Training Site-Missouri National Guard Facility located at 890 Ray Carver Avenue, Neosho, Mo.

Russ Hopper, Director, P.C. of the Crowder College MARET Center will be presenting an overview of the “Entrepreneur Challenge” competition with $2,500 to the winner in prize money. Also, Jason Snyder , Camp Crowder Base Operations Supervisor will be conducting a tour of the facilities rental spaces now available to be reserved for meetings and events.

The meeting facility is located on the Southside of Crowder College in building 802, located on the S.W. Corner of the main 4-way stop, across from the Post Head Quarters when you enter at the main entrance.

Reservations are being taken at the Neosho Chamber office and Chamber Members are asked to send their lunch reservations by noon on Tuesday, September 17th please phone your reservations to the Chamber at 417-451-1925 or email to info@neoshocc.com .

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