Tag: Pueblo business networking

Monthly Business Networking Lunch

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Thursday, March 12th
Pueblo Convention Center


The monthly meeting of “Business During Lunch” will be Thursday, March 12th.

  • Boost your chances for professional success by networking with colleagues and other Greater Pueblo Chamber Members.
  • Learn from a featured speaker (topic and speaker not yet announced).
  • Qualify for the Comcast Spotlight Commercial Give-A-Way by making a reservation for this lunch.

This casual lunch will be from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. Dress is casual business.

Lunch is $20 for members / $30 for non-members
RSVP to Ava at 719-542-1704 or avad@pueblochamber.net

The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer-driven organization that improves and promotes an atmosphere that enables the community to grow and prosper.

The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce works to accomplish its purpose by serving as the voice of the Pueblo business community and representing our members in governmental affairs at local, state and federal levels.


Pueblo Convention Center
320 Central Main St.
Pueblo, CO 

Business Networking Event Hosted by Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Pueblo Chamber’s Annual Dinner & 104th Annual Meeting

On Friday, January 30th, over 500 business and elected leaders will gather at the Pueblo Convention Center. This is great opportunity for members to network while checking the pulse of local business and the community. The new Chairman of the Board will be introduced and the “Citizen of the Year” will be announced. This a black tie/ formal business event.


Pueblo Convention Center

320 Central Main St.

CO, 81003, United States


6pm: starts with cocktails, hors d’oeurves, silent auction

7pm: dinner

To RSVP please contact Terri Kallish at terrik@pueblochamber.net. Ticket prices are $100 for individuals, corporate tables (seats 8) cost $800.



Active since 1912, the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce is private, nonprofit, membership-driven organization. Members include of individuals, businesses, educational institutions, and organizations. The organization represents their members on local, state, and federal levels. It is run by volunteers. The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce also offers members with networking, marketing, and learning opportunities.


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