Seattle Southside Chamber hosts annual Mayors’ Luncheon June 9

The Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Mayors’ Luncheon, at 11:30 a.m. Friday, June 9, at the Cedarbrook Lodge in SeaTac.

This luncheon is presented in partnership with cities and mayors within the chamber’s service area of Southwest King County and will feature Burien Deputy Mayor Nancy Tosta, Des Moines Mayor Matt Pina, Normandy Park Mayor Jonathan Chicquette, SeaTac Mayor Michael Siefkes and Tukwila Mayor Allan Ekberg. There will also be a panel discussion and question and answer session.

“We look forward to this opportunity to bring city and regional business leaders together to interact, strengthen ties, and forge new relationships” Andrea Reay, president and CEO of Seattle Southside Chamber, said in a media release.

Parking at Cedarbrook Lodge, 18525 36th Ave. S. in SeaTac, .is limited and attendees are encouraged to carpool. Additional parking is available across from the lodge at the Matt Griffin YMCA. Lunch is $25 for members who register before Thursday, June, or $35 paid after or at the door. Non-members are welcome to attend any chamber event. Contact the chamber office for non-member pricing.

The chamber will be giving away main level tickets to several upcoming Mariners games at the luncheon thanks to the generosity of board members Mike Bulleri, Division General Manager of Baker Commodities, Inc., and Julien Loh, local government affairs and public policy manager of Puget Sound Energy. Everyone who attends luncheon will receive an opportunity to win the tickets with the chance to increase your odds of winning as well by purchasing additional entries at the luncheon. Attendees must be present to win.

Space is limited at the luncheon. Register online, call 206-575-1633 or email Emma Oglesby, Membership Service Director, at Emma@SeattleSouthsideChamber.com.

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