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Business people to meet candidates

GRAFTON Chamber of Commerce and Industry will host a meet-the-candidates breakfast for business people on Wednesday, September 5 at the Grafton TAFE restuarant.

Candidates for the upcoming Clarence Valley Council election (September 8), will be asked specifically what they will do to promote and grow business and opportunities if elected. Each candidate will be given two mintutes to speak before questions from the floor.

Questions from the floor will be limited to business related questions and attendance is limited to business owners or operators.

The order of speakers will be drawn from a hat and candidates who are unable to attend have been invited to prepare a written presentation to be read at the meeting on their behalf.

The event, which is jointly hosted by the Clarence Business Enterprise Advice Service, will be moderated by the service's president Trevor Hageman.

It will start at 7am and is scheduled to run till 8.30am.

Cost is $20 per head including coffee and a cooked breakfast and an RSPV to the chamber's executive officer James Patterson is essential - office@graftonchamber.org.au.

Topics:  grafton chamber of commerce, grafton tafe




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