A Vision for Long Beach: Luncheon Commemorates Mayor’s First 100 Days in Office

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Mayor Robert Garcia - Photo from Facebook

Mayor Robert Garcia – Photo from Facebook

In celebration of Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia’s first 100 days in office, the Long Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Associated Students, Inc. at California State University, Long Beach to host “A Vision for Long Beach: Day 100 Luncheon” on October 23, where proceeds will be used to create scholarships for CSULB students.

“As a former member of the Long Beach Junior Chamber and CSULB alumnus, I am looking forward to working with our future leaders in helping our community reach the next level of success,” said Mayor Robert Garcia.

During the event, Mayor Robert Garcia will chronicle his administration’s initial accomplishments and offer a preview into his vision for the future of Long Beach. Benefitting the Long Beach Junior Chamber and Associated Students, Inc. at CSULB, proceeds will be used to create scholarships for CSULB students, as well as bolster programs that enhance community and leadership development.

“From Mayor Beverly O’Neil to Mayor Bob Foster, we have had a long-standing tradition of hosting Long Beach’s leadership for their first 100 days in office,” said Tony Gales, president of the Long Beach Junior Chamber. “This event provides us a wonderful opportunity to welcome our city’s new leadership, as well as underscore our long history of support in the community.”

A Vision for Long Beach: Day 100 Luncheon is Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. at the Grand Ballroom, Long Beach Convention Center. http://www.lbday100.com/

Sponsorship opportunities, tickets and commemorative program advertisements are now available. For more information on the event, please visit http://www.lbday100.com.

About the Long Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1932, the Long Beach Junior Chamber empowers young professionals in their 20’s and 30’s to impact the community through advocacy, leadership, networking, and development of entrepreneurial and charitable projects. For more information, please visit http://www.lbjuniorchamber.org.

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