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NKY Chamber of Commerce December Eggs ‘N Issues focuses on riverfront development

On Tuesday, December 10, the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce will host Eggs ‘N Issues: Riverfront Development.

Local leaders will discuss current and future development along the riverfront and the economic benefit it brings to the Northern Kentucky community.

Speaking at the event are Tom Banta, Managing Director at Corporex, Jeanne Schroer, President and CEO of The Catalytic Fund and Jack Moreland, President of Southbank Parners.

“The community is excited about the future of the riverfront and what it means economically for current Northern Kentucky residents and businesses,” said Brent Cooper, President and CEO of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

“This event will be a chance for questions to be answered about the Ovation project and development resources in the area such as The Catalytic Fund and Southbank Partners.”

Eggs ‘N Issues: Riverfront Development will take place at Receptions Banquet and Conference Center (1379 Donaldson Road Erlanger). The event will begin with check-in, breakfast, and networking from 7:30-7:55 a.m., with the discussion and audience Q&A running from 7:55-9 a.m.

Registration for Eggs ‘N Issues is $30 for NKY Chamber members, $50 for future members, and free for NKYP Passport Holders. Pre-registration is required online at www.NKYChamber.com/events.

Eggs ‘N Issues Title Sponsor is DBL Law.

The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is the leading business organization in Northern Kentucky. It is a Five-Star Accredited Chamber with nearly 1,500-member companies representing approximately 175,000 employees. Additional information on the NKY Chamber is available here.

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