The Seminole Chamber will offer a Pinellas County Healthcare & Wellness Expo Saturday, Nov. 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for area businesses in related fields. Cost is $50 for Chamber members and $75 for non members. Sponsorships begin at $250. For more information, contact chairman Dan Berard: 813-389-2692
Seminole is an active Chamber, offering a variety of benefits and opportunities for “building your business.” Monthly business and social networking events, committees ranging from Business Safety & Security to Advocacy & Government Relations, along with special activities during the year and special business improvement marketing opportunities, are just a few of the benefits available to members, prospective members and the community.
Chamber leadership often collaborates with the City of Seminole and other area governmental and civic organizations when business and community improvement matters are discussed and planned. As a result, the Chamber provides valuable input in many aspects of city life.
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Help support our Chamber as a sponsor or player at the 29th Annual Golf Classic on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Seminole Lake Country Club. Starts with cookout at 11:30 a.m., shotgun start at 1 p.m. Four-person scramble $125 per golfer includes lunch, greens fee, cart, goody bag, drinks on the course and awards dinner. Lots…Details
Turning disabilities into capabilities … Kim Waag, PARC CIO, and Alpana Velankar, arts supervisor, selected some of the best artwork painted by adults and children at PARC to be on display at the Seminole Chamber of Commerce. Please visit to see for yourself the talent and variety, colorfully decorating the conference room “gallery” walls. PARC’s…Details
Date changed: Please note, the 10 X workshop has been rescheduled to Monday, Oct. 27, 8:30 a.m. registration, start time 9 a.m., completed by noon. Space is limited, call us ASAP at 392-3245. Rob and Kate Oliver of Renegade Marketing Nation will present an interactive high-energy workshop to share strategies on getting qualified sales leads,…Details
If you attended the July 22 Seminole City Council meeting, or watched it on your computer, then you were among the first to see the architectural renderings of a new Seminole City Center and have been given a “heads up” as to the changes ahead. The 33 slides of the presentation by North American Development…Details
According to the Pinellas County Department of Environment & Infrastructure, beginning Sept. 29, Pinellas County will conduct an upgrade of the Park Boulevard Bridge in Indian Shores. Due to the nature of the work, the entire bridge will be closed in both directions for a maximum of 30 days. Indian Rocks Causeway and Tom Stuart…Details