The Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation (EDC) has announced the return of its annual dinner on Thursday, July 13, beginning at 6 p.m. at The Schoolhouse Hotel in White Sulphur Springs.
“Our annual dinner gives businesses and partners a chance to network while learning more about us and the opportunities within the region. And it gives us a chance to provide updates on our work in our counties,” says Greenbrier Valley EDC Executive Director, Ruthana Beezley.
Tonya Crist and Rob Cornwell, founders of InSite Consulting will be the keynote speakers. Crist and Cornwell have a rich background in rural economic development and site consulting. They are currently helping Greenbrier Valley EDC with their strategic planning process. They will share their perspective on the work Greenbrier Valley EDC does and can do to facilitate projects in the Greenbrier Valley region.
Individual tickets are $85 and may be purchased at https://yesgreenbriervalley.com/2023-annualdinner. The deadline to purchase tickets is Thursday, July 6.
Greenbrier Valley EDC’s annual dinner is sponsored by AEP, The Bank of Monroe, E.L. Robinson Engineering, First Citizens Bank, Pendelton Community Bank and Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Central. For more information, please contact the Greenbrier Valley EDC office at 304-497-4300 or at email@example.com.