Every Thursday, members have the opportunity to both attend and/or host a Chamber Coffee. The weekly program begins at 9:30 a.m. Members pay $50 to host a coffee (plus the cost of refreshments & door prizes), and we take care of the rest. Chamber coffees draw an average of 60 attendees, and are a great opportunity for you to exclusively showcase your business.
Held each summer, this networking opportunity is a fun way to link business with pleasure. Members are encouraged to sponsor and participate in a fun-filled event that typically draws more than 100 entries representing a wide-range of industries. The tournament memorializes former Chamber President and CEO Gary Gore.
Members can host a Chamber Business After Hours event held at your business from 5-7 p.m. on a weeknight. After Hours give businesses the opportunity to showcase their facilities, products, and services. Including in the cost of hosting a Business After Hours event, you receive promotion in our e-mail Updates and Outlook Business Journal.
Barton County Young Professionals is open to anyone between the ages of 21 and 40 who lives in the Barton County Area. The group meets monthly with events that rotate between their three main goals to
These events allow local individuals the chance to network with our state representatives and senators directly to hear updates and share concerns. Held 2-3 times during the spring legislative session, all Legislative Coffees are free to attend, and sponsored by Hutchinson Regional Medical Center.
MEETING & BANQUET
The Annual Meeting & Banquet is held each winter, allowing business and community leaders an opportunity to gather, socialize and celebrate positive community efforts that have taken place the previous year. More than 400 people attend the event, enjoying a formal dinner followed by the much-anticipated award announcements.
Leadership Golden Belt is an outstanding leadership development program created in 1985 for the purpose of seeking out, motivating and preparing business men and women to accept future leadership roles in the community. The program now resides under the auspices of the Golden Belt Community Foundation. Visit goldenbeltcf.org for more information.