Hospitality & Tourism Networking Breakfast August 2017

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Name: Hospitality & Tourism Networking Breakfast August 2017
Date: August 24, 2017
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM MDT
Registration: Sorry, online registration for this event is closed. Please contact us at 303-233-5555.
Event Description:

Join us for The West Chamber's August 2017 Hospitality and Tourism Breakfast! This Quarter's topic is "Arts & Entertainment."

Join us for a light breakfast,networking, local business spotlights, and great speakers! Held quarterly in 2017, these events feature topics of interest to those in shopping areas, retail, spas, arts and culture venues, music events, museums, golf courses, country clubs, hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, breweries, wineries, distilleries, casinos, and related areas. 

Meeting and Breakfast Sponsor: Colorado Railroad Museum
Speaker: Dexter Foxworth, Events Coordinator at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds:

Beyond Words: Designing Powerful Events
Every event producer strives to create an experience that leaves a lasting memory with his or her attendees—but truly innovative event professionals use their resources to choreograph a deep emotional journey. That's the belief Dexter Foxworth, an award-winning event and entertainment producer, lives by for the events he creates. Live events and entertainment have to be able to bring to life stories in a powerful way, subtly or directly. In this Hospitality and Tourism session, Dexter will take attendees behind the scenes of live events and reveal the methods he employs to create experiences that leave guests with transformative memories.



Colorado Railroad Museum
17155 West 44th Ave.
Golden, CO  80403

Outdoor Pavilion

Date/Time Information:
August 24, 7:30-9:00am
Contact Information:
Janice Holmes

Members = No Charge
Non-Members = $10 if pre-registered, $15 at the door
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