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Support the Midway Chamber of Commerce!

Update has been a proud member of the Midway Chamber of Commerce for over 20 years. Executive director Lori Fritts does a great job of running our chamber. The great monthly luncheons have interesting speakers on relevant topics. Many fun events are held to help people network. Lori and her staff work tirelessly to provide lots of information to the members about light rail and other important issues and to act as a voice for businesses in the area.

Fall is the Chamber's annual membership drive. If you would like to try one of the luncheons, I'd invite you to come as my guest.

Take a look at the Midway Chamber's newly re-designed website: www.midwaychamber.com

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