United Way and the Lauderdale Chamber / Economic Community Development “Business Over Breakfast” helped share information, educate

United Way’s “Business Over Breakfast” meeting at the Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce / Economic Community Development office strengthened people’s appreciation for the work to improve education, financial stability and health on Friday, June 15th.

“Business Over Breakfast” helped share information about United Way programs, agencies and services helping people in Lauderdale County. (From left) Rosa Potts, Clint Anderson, Susan Todd (Executive Director of Lauderdale
Chamber), Alex Wilson (Intern from the Mayor’s office) and Harrison Morrow (United Way Youth Program) met with local leaders to share information.

Business Over Breakfast (or “BOB” as they are known) meetings are facilitated network events that give Chamber members opportunities to build business relationships and share information about their business, organization, and/or services.

Chamber members learned more about how United Way programs and partner agencies work to improve lives across the county and throughout our Mid-South region, leading to stronger businesses and better customers across our Mid-South area.

You can visit the Lauderdale Chamber / Economic Community Development website at http://www.lauderdalecountytn.org/index.html

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