Chamber Moves Annual Dinner to Virtual Platform

Chamber News

 

As we work together to control the impact of COVID-19, The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce has decided to move its Annual Dinner, scheduled on June 17, to a virtual platform to ensure the safety of the guests and staff.

Although the decision was not an easy one to make, the Chamber staff is planning a one-of-a-kind event via Zoom with exciting entertainment, prizes, networking opportunities, and a few surprises that guests won’t be expecting!

The event will also feature more than 40 member restaurants, as well as a year-in-review with perspective on moving forward to revive NEPA.

“A virtual Annual Dinner will provide us the opportunity to come together in a new and unique way. Although it’s not our typical annual celebration, we promise our members a show for all ages that everyone can enjoy,” said Bob Durkin, president of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce.

“We are excited to celebrate our member businesses in a new way. It will be an innovative experience for everyone. There may even be new opportunities for guests to make connections they may not have encountered from an in-person event,” Pat Fricchione, board chair of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce, added.

The agenda for the virtual Annual Dinner on June 17 begins at 5:30 p.m. for virtual networking, with the virtual “Celebration of Business” show running from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.

If you haven’t purchased tickets yet, we hope you will join us! Get your tickets for the Annual Dinner here.

For continued COVID-19 updates, as well as news regarding Chamber events, visit www.ScrantonChamber.com.