Harrison County Chambers hosts first business event after 2023. (Image by WBOY)
BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (WBOY) – The Harrison County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual after-hours event at the North Central West Virginia Airport in Bridgeport on Tuesday.
Chamber officials said the theme of the event was Mardi Gras which allowed members to celebrate with other members and network. West Virginia North Central Airport along with Thrasher Group sponsored the event. One of the objectives of the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce is to promote a vibrant business climate and community by fostering business growth with active and engaged members.
“You never know where your next client or client is going to come from. You might get a call six months from now, ‘hey, did I meet you at that after-hours event,’ and yeah, that’s when that connection is made. So we really enjoy facilitating those connections with people,” said Kathy Wagner, President of the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber officials say it offers their members an opportunity to network with other professionals and make connections to grow their businesses. The next after-hours event in Harrison County will be at “O” by Oliverio’s on Thursday, March 9th.
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