METAIRIE, La. – The Jefferson Chamber will host its annual State of Jefferson luncheon, presented by First Horizon Bank, on Thursday, October 26 at The Pontchartrain Convention & Civic Center in Kenner. The luncheon will be streamed live on Jefferson Parish Television (JPTV) which is available at jeffparish.net.
Selling out since its creation, each year’s attendance includes a “who’s who” roster of local business leaders and politicians. Each year, the Chamber invites Jefferson Parish leadership to discuss and evaluate progress, performance, and future planning in the community. Presentations will be made by Jefferson Parish President Cynthia Lee Sheng, Jefferson Parish Councilman-at-Large for Division B, Scott Walker, and Jefferson Parish Public School System Superintendent, Dr. James Gray.
State of Jefferson begins with networking and registration check-in at 11:15 a.m., followed by the luncheon at noon.
Those interested in purchasing a sponsorship or ticket can click here to be directed to the website.
Proceeds from the event support the business organization’s efforts in public policy advocacy and quality of life initiatives.
Media are welcome to attend, but must RSVP at least 24 hours in advance.
For more information, please contact Caroline Starlight at (504) 835-3880 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Jefferson Chamber:
The Jefferson Chamber has been a leading voice for Jefferson Parish’s business community for over 25 years. As a non-profit, membership-driven organization, the Chamber is an effective advocate for small and large businesses at the local, state and federal levels. The Chamber’s mission is to work for the advancement of the business community; to enhance the economic, civic and cultural environment; and to improve the quality of life in Jefferson Parish. The Jefferson Chamber is Five-Star Accredited by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and received the 2023 Chamber of the Year Award from the Louisiana Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives in the Large Chamber Category for the fourth time in 10 years.