Abbotsford’s Young Leaders meet Oct. 5

When you mix Abbotsford’s young professionals with a trendy marketing company in the Fraser Valley, it’s bound to be an evening not to miss. Energetic and fun; that’s exactly what is planned for the first event of the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce’s new social group – Young Leaders.

When you mix Abbotsford’s young professionals with a trendy marketing company in the Fraser Valley, it’s bound to be an evening not to miss. Energetic and fun; that’s exactly what is planned for the first event of the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce’s new social group – Young Leaders.

This new initiative was established to introduce young professionals from all business sectors to the chamber. Young Leaders is a diverse network of individuals in the business community who are under the age of 40, including non-members and young chamber members, whether business owners themselves or employees.

Hosted by Relevention Marketing, the evening promises to introduce young professionals from all business sectors to the chamber. Mark your calendars for Oct. 5 from 4-7 p.m. and indulge your senses with appetizers, wine, music, networking, office tours and door prizes.

“We are thrilled to be hosting the first event of the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce newly formed social group, Young Leaders,” said Braden Douglas.

“With all our employees being in their 20s and 30s, it is a perfect fit. We are excited to introduce Relevention to young professionals in the Fraser Valley and encourage their involvement in the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce.”

Braden understands the importance of networking and using the chamber to connect with the community and local businesses as it has been an important reason for the growth Relevention has experienced.

For more information visit www.relevention.com and to register for the event, visit www.abbotsfordchamber.com

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