“It’s an opportunity for the community to meet GLBT chamber members and allies,” Chamber President and CEO Tony Vedda said.
He said this year’s event will feature more exhibitors than ever and has expanded beyond just the ballroom into the Oak Lawn Room as well.
A broad spectrum of businesses and organizations will be represented. Community groups like AIDS Arms and C.U.R.E. will have tables. Southwest Airlines and major banks as well as professional services such as attorneys and therapists will be represented.
The event began as a mixer for Chamber members but has grown to an events attended by hundreds, Vedda said.
“Following the election, a large number of people in the community should be in a good mood,” he said. “Thankfully we can get away from the elections now.”
He invited people to come for a cocktail and meet and mingle with some local LGBT businesspeople. Valet parking and the event are free.
Melrose Hotel. Nov. 7. 4:30–7 p.m. Free.