Livingston Regional Investment Awards CeremonyName: Livingston Regional Investment Awards CeremonyDate: April 28, 2017Time: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM EDTRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:
Friday, April 28
Livingston Regional Awards Ceremony- a part of the Economic Development Power Lunch Series. The Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce, Ann Arbor SPARK and PNC Bank are pleased to present the 2017 Livingston Regional Investment Awards Ceremony, an event designed to celebrate recent investment in Livingston County. This is a must attend event for anyone interested in economic investment and job creation in Livingston County. Award recipients and panelists include Adam Merkel, Chef/Owner of Adam Merkel Restaurants-Cello Italian Restaurant, Diamonds Steak and Seafood and the Silver Pig, Frances Brougham, Owner of Buon Gusto Bistro, Joe Parker, CEO of C&B Machinery, Greg Sibley, President of Eberspaecher North America, Rick Todd, Superintendent of Pinckney Schools/Pinckney Cyber Training Institute, Robert Bretz, President of Tribar Manufacturing, Michael Perry, Chief Operating Officer/Minority Owner of Wellbridge of Pinckney, John O’Malley, President, St. Joseph Mercy Health Systems-Livingston and Jack Rick, MDOT, I96/23 Interchange project. This event is part of our ongoing Power Lunch Series and will feature lunch followed by the awards ceremony and a panel discussion with the award recipients. Our thanks to Cleary University and Michigan Works! for generously sponsoring this event. Thanks, also, to Grace and Porta Benefits for their executive sponsorship of the Power Lunch Series. Please register at brightoncoc.org no later than April 21.
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Location: Cleary University Johnson Center, 3750 Cleary Drive, Howell 48843
Cost: $30 per person
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