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DEVELOPING BUSINESS ♦ BUILDING COMMUNITY Developing Business Building Community

JANUARY | FEBRUARY

EXPERIENCE A CULTURAL KALEIDOSCOPE AT AN EVENING ON ARAGON LARRY NOLAN

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n Thursday, January 13, 2011, Coral Gables’ brand new Arts & Culture District along Aragon Avenue will be on display with An Evening on Aragon reception and networker. The exciting night will begin at the Coral Gables Art Cinema with a wine tasting provided by Treehouse Wines & Spirits. Professor Mario F. Ortego will then guide guests on a tour

of the Architectecture Atelier 2011: Education of an Architect exhibit at the Coral Gables Museum. We will end the night at Books & Books. “I am thrilled that our committee has organized such a wonderful event for the community and Chamber, which will highlight some of the cultural gems on Aragon Avenue. I firmly believe that arts and culture are an important part of a thriving and happy community. Whether it is a night at the theatre or cinema, a poetry reading, wine tasting or visit to

the Museum, our City Beautiful is the place to be when it comes to arts and culture.” stated Hannah Greaux, Chair of the Cultural Affairs Committee at the Chamber. Admission is $25 for Members with RSVP by Monday, January 10, 2011 or $35 for on-site and future Chamber members. For more information, please contact the Chamber at 305-4461657.

APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR AXA ADVISORS BUSINESSWOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARDS LARRY NOLAN Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce

Nomination forms are now available for the Chamber’s 2011 AXA Advisors Businesswomen of the Year Awards. The Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce will once again honor excellence in business at the awards luncheon on Friday, March 11th at the Coral Gables Country Club. The 2011 AXA Advisors Businesswomen of the Year Awards recognize women living or working in Miami-Dade County or who are members of the Coral Gables

Chamber of Commerce. The leaders demonstrate excellence in their business or profession, as well as a commitment to serve as role models for other women. This year, the event will honor one woman in each of five categories: Entrepreneur, Corporate, Philanthropy, Public Service/NonProfit and Retail/Restaurateur. The title sponsor for this program is AXA Advisors, LLC. In-Kind

IN THIS ISSUE • Chairman’s Remarks

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• President’s Perspective Page 3 • Trustee Talk

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• Flags On Ponce

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• Membership Highlights Page 6 • Calendar of Events

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• Sponsor Recognition

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sponsor is Dan’s Video Creations. The winners of the 2010 Businesswomen of Year Awards were: Entrepreneur Category - Claudine Claus of Home Financing Center Corporate Category - Carmen Gonzalez-Sanfelieu of INTELSAT Philanthropy Category - Andrea Steinacker of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

Public Service/Non Profit Category - Dr. Divina Grossman of Florida International University Retailer/Restauranteur - Jacqueline Heslop McCook of The McCook Group. Margaret St. Germain Cornerstone Award - Marian Krutulis of Gulliver Schools Award sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information on the 2011 AXA Advisors Businesswomen of the Year Awards, please contact our Senior Events Manager, Erica Dominguez at 305-446-1657 or e-mail edominguez@coralgableschamber.org.

SAVE THE DATE SPRING 2011 MARCH MADNESS

BUSINESS EXPO MARCH 24, 2011

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OUR CHAMBER CHAIRMAN’S KEYS TO SUCCESS John O’Rourke III Montica Jewelry CGCC Chairman john@montica.com s our Chamber continues to grow, members regularly ask me how they can get more involved, grow their businesses, meet more of the “right people” and enhance their sphere of influence. The reality is there isn’t a simple answer and it all depends. I would say that without a doubt, having the right attitude – the right “mindset” – will go a long way in enhancing the many benefits and opportunities available to you. When you’re in the right frame of mind, opportunities begin to present themselves to you. Let’s face it, life has its ups and downs and if you’re like most of us, consistently having the right “mind-set” can be a real challenge. Personally, I have my good days when I’m in the zone and others when I just want to go home, go to bed and get a “do-over”. That being said, I really believe that having the right “mind-set” is a must in order for me to operate at optimum performance. I’m constantly on the lookout for people, books, movies, songs, seminars; basically anything that can keep me fueled, focused and highly motivated. I recently came across a wonderful book by New York Times bestselling author, Andy Andrews entitled “Mastering the 7 Decisions”. The book is the culmination of a lifetime of research and offers an indepth understanding of the 7 Decisions we all must eventually make. Remember, deciding not to make a decision is

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essentially making a decision. Andy Andrews is a historian and through a lifetime of research has discovered that there are 7 common threads that exist among the highly successful and influential. These are the principles of personal success - parenting, relationships, financial success, and leadership. Here are Andy’s 7 Decisions for Success: 1. “The Buck Stops Here” - President Harry Truman had such a sign on his desk to remind him that we must first take responsibility for our own actions, those of the past, as well as those of the future. 2. I will seek wisdom – We must be willing and open minded to seek out the wisdom of others. The quickest and most effective way to do so is by serving others -giving of our time and talents. 3. I am a person of action - Live your life with a sense of urgency and choose to do it now! 4. I have a decided heart – Commit wholeheartedly to your dream and have the faith that your destiny is assured. 5. Today I will choose to be happy – Be grateful for each and every day. Take a moment to “smell the roses” and smile! 6. I will greet this day with a forgiving spirit – Forgive others, as well as yourself. 7. I will persist without exception – Become a person of great faith. Believe in yourself, your dreams and the wonderful world in which you live in and above all - never, ever quit. I’ve read a bunch of personal growth books over the years and this one is excellent. It’s direct, to the point and a must read if you’re looking for some personal pick me up!

2010-2011 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chairman: John O’Rourke (Montica Jewelry) Chairman-Elect: Drew Kern (Essingler-Wooten-Maxwell Realtors) Vice Chairman-Business & Economic Dev. Brian Barakat (Barakat, Jacobs & Associates) Vice Chairman-Gov’t & Legislative Affairs: Mark Meranda (Turner Construction) Vice Chair-Community Affairs: Nikki Deas (Vine Communications) Vice Chairman-Member Affairs: Frank Fernandez (U.S. Century Bank) Vice Chair-International Affairs: Carolina Rendeiro (Right Space Management) Vice Chair-Special Events: Anabella Smith (Zyscovich Architects) Treasurer: Gabe Castrillon (Hyatt Regency Coral Gables) Trustee Council Chair: Linda Knudsen (Baptist Health South Florida) Parliamentarian: John Knowles (Photo Offset) Past Chair: Sarah Nesbitt Artecona (University of Miami) Chairman’s Appointee: Raquel Hickey (Coconut Grove Bank) President & CEO: Mark A. Trowbridge

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Elected - term expires 2011 Thad Adams (Allen Morris Company) Dennis Doucette (Biltmore Hotel) Gloria Bracciano (Gulliver Schools) Martha de la Peña Rojas (BlueCross BlueShield of Florida) Emilio Vazquez (Coconut Grove Bank) Elected - term expires 2012 Manny Alvarez (International Finance Bank) George Feliciano (Bay Plumbing Co.) Marco Ibarra (Eliptek Technology Group) Maria Llorca (Village of Merrick Park) Marti Mang (TotalBank) Elected - term expires 2013 Perry Adair (Becker & Poliakoff) Ramon Ferrer (Florida Power & Light) Nelson Lazo (Doctors Hospital) Deirdre Nero (Nero Immigration Law) Naida Torres (AM Insurance Group) Chairman Appointees - term expires 2011 Wayne Eldred (Tarpon Bend) Sandra Gonzalez-Levy (Florida International University) Jose Felix Rivas (AXA Advisors) Barbara Schumann (Touché Beauty)

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Business Improvement District: Brad Rosenblatt (Rene Ruiz) City of Coral Gables: Cynthia Birdsill (Economic Sustainability Department City of Coral Gables: Vice Mayor William H. Kerdyk, Jr. Coral Gables Community Foundation: Andria Hanley VISION Coral Gables: Marc Berenfeld (Cherry, Bekaert & Holland, LLP)

Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce 305.446.1657

Our Chairman served as Principal For A Day at George Washington Carver Middle School. 2

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PRESIDENT’S PERSPECTIVE - A NEW YEAR OF OPPORTUNITY! Mark A. Trowbridge, President & CEO Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce

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ost of us take stock of our place in the world at the start of each new year – an annual rite of passage that is often filled with resolutions, goals, promises, commitments and obligations. We are usually eager for a new year to start, ranging from a chance for a do-over and fresh start to an extension of the good times and building on the momentum already achieved. Each year, our Chamber sets a significant number of goals, from each committee all the way up to the Chairman. These initiatives guide the program of work for the Chamber, layered over our strategic priorities that provide the foundation for the Chamber. This year, these initiatives have focused on five key areas for the Chamber to place our efforts, all with significant progress to date. Our economic development activities have been robust, especially as it relates to permitting assistance. This fall, we welcomed a new-to-market company that means high quality jobs for Coral Gables, and more importantly, opportunity. We rolled out the red carpet, and in partnership with the City, made sure that they were able to open on time. Our approach was simple – put all the decision makers in the room and come up with a plan, stay committed and focused, and fire on all cylinders. It was a huge win for our Chamber and our City. Our support for the Miracle Mile Streetscape project remains stalwart, especially as a catalyst for greater economic development. We have seen new restaurants open on the Mile – headlined by Chamber member Seasons 52 – and again, this translates into new

jobs. Our leadership has been apprised of the plans and they are exciting, a legacy project for this City. The re-imagination of the Mile will ensure that we remain competitive as a retail district, as well as create a highly visible destination for visitors, residents, businesses, and our greater community. The economy, while still sluggish, is beginning to show signs of modest recovery. The first quarter of 2011 will be a strong barometer of consumer confidence, which is critical to the creation of new jobs, business expansion, and the spending of dollars. Our Chamber has engaged some of our retailers and restauranteurs in a conversation on how we can play a more prominent role in this recovery, including a special advertising opportunity in Miami Today that is going to be a game-changer. Our Travel and Tourism efforts continue to be strong, with the Chamber serving as the leader in the community on collaborative efforts that have brought us Pow Wow, Super Art in the Park, and other major community events. This year, our focus is on positioning Coral Gables as the premier dining destination in South Florida – a gastronomic juggernaut to tempt and tease any palate. We are the affordable luxury community without peer and it is our finest hour. Finally, with the elections for Mayor and City Commission upon is in April 2011, the Chamber will take its most active role ever in a municipal election. The business community must be top-of-mind for the candidates and our issues are as critical as they have ever been. This election has the potential to be the most transformational in our community’s history and we will have a seat at the head of the table. If these opportunities excite you – and I hope they do – then it is your moment to get engaged…get involved…and get noticed.

FESTIVE SCENES FROM OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARTY! ALBERTO ROMEU | ALBERTO ROMEU PHOTOGRAPHY Top Left: Mario and Past Chair Sarah Nesbitt Artecona. Top Right: Sponsor Marc Berenfeld, Chamber Chairman John O’Rourke III, Gabriel De Armas and Mark A. Trowbridge. Bottom Left: The award-winning students of the Coral Gables Senior High School Culinary Academy. Bottom Right: Santa’s helpers from Cherry Bekaert & Holland, LLP

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TRUSTEE TALK n keeping with this year’s “Get Noticed” theme, we’ll be shining the spotlight on various members, starting with our Trustee Diplomats. Here are our first

two: “Bay Plumbing Co. has been providing plumbing services to Miami-Dade County since 1968. Today, we count the City of Coral Linda Knudsen, Gables, University of Miami, City of Miami, Baptist Health Cemex and hundreds of other fine businesses South Florida and residences in the area as our customers. and We are family owned and operated and joined Trustee Council the Chamber in 1972. Chair “In 2001, we became Trustees, and our Chamber relationships really blossomed. We sponsored Trustee luncheons and hosted a member reception –– all of which enabled us to promote our services to other decision makers in a relaxed environment and resulted in new business contacts and new plumbing contracts. “Participating in Chamber activities definitely helps build strong relationships, which, in turn, grows our business.” George Feliciano, Jr.

“I became active in the Chamber to help our firm establish a presence in the community. It quickly became evident that my efforts were reciprocated by an equal or better effort on the part of the Chamber and George Feliciano, Jr. of Bay Plumbing Comits members. pany and John Schoendorf “Being involved in the Chamber gives me the opportunity to meet other ‘doers,’ who not only refer business, but also provide insight into business issues affecting our community. Plus, it’s a great way to “get noticed.” John J. Schoendorf. Tell us how Chamber membership has helped you get noticed. If you are a Trustee member and would like to be featured in Trustee Talk, please e-mail Linda at lindak@baptisthealth.net.

TRUSTEE RECEPTION AT MONTICA JEWELRY

TOP ROW: 1.) Host Marichi O’Rourke, Monica Santayana and Anabella Smith. 2.) Clara Paez, Aminta Konavicsz, Maria Masvidal-Visser 3.) Yolanda and Carlos Rossi along with Brad Rosenblatt. MIDDLE ROW: 1.) Chamber Chairman John O’Rourke III 2.) Jeannette Alix and Rene Cibran. BOTTOM ROW: 1.) Emilio Vazquez 2.) Maria Anello and Alex D. Sirulnik 3.) Chris Gombos, Daniel Odess and Sylvester Johnson of East Coast Public Adjusters

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POWERFUL MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES OFFER TREMENDOUS VALUE TO MEMBERS LARRY NOLAN

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he Chamber is proud to announce our NEW website launch, as well as our Internet Marketing program beginning in January, 2011. Our new site will be more member-focused, deliver more exposure for your business, and drive more opportunities to you. In addition, it will support our members seeking addi-

tional opportunities to promote their businesses and target their audiences, Our website, www.coralgableschamber.org, attracts both consumers and businesses in search of information about our community and local businesses just like yours.

Over 120,000 unique visitors experience our website every year to find YOUR business! Now is the perfect time to increase your visibility on the Chamber’s website, strengthen your connection to the Chamber, and demonstrate your commitment to our community.

A limited number of premium marketing opportunities will be made available and special discounts are available if you secure advertising space before January 28th, 2011. Take advantage of this opportunity to Get Noticed by increasing your exposure AND save money doing it. To learn more, contact our Internet Marketing Consultants Sara Kirby and Amy Wanaselja at adsales@ weblinkinternational.com or call them at (877) 231-4970 ext. 205.

DISCOVER ALL THINGS CORAL GABLES AT OUR 2ND ANNUAL REALTOR SHOWCASE LARRY NOLAN

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he Business & Education Committee of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce is planning its 2nd Annual Realtor Showcase. On Friday, January 28th, 2011 at the Coral Gables Youth Center, the Chamber, in partnership with the Miami Association of Realtors

and the City of Coral Gables, is hosting a “Discover All Things Coral Gables” expo! Hear from our public and private schools, our City officials and department heads in Building and Zoning, Code Enforcement and more, as well as information

on what makes Coral Gables the one-and-only City Beautiful! Space is limited, so reserve today for this enlightening and inspiring seminar! Each participant will receive a certificate of completion, Quick Sheet on Coral Gables and other materials. Cost to attend is $25 for Miami Association of Realtors Members and Chamber Members or $35 for nonmembers both with RSVP by

Wednesday, January 26th. The program will run from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. and will include a table-top showcase of the various public and private schools in Coral Gables, as well as remarks from a variety of leaders from the City of Coral Gables and our partner organizations. For more information on the Realtor Showcase, visit www. coralgableschamber.org or call 305-446-1657.

INTERNATIONAL FLAGS FLY MAJESTICALLY ALONG PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD LARRY NOLAN

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he Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce has once again unfurled the Flags On Ponce

Program! In 1993, the Chamber envisioned a boulevard of flags CREATING a blaze of color along Ponce de Leon Boulevard as a tribute to businesses engaged in international trade, travel and commerce vital to the economic and cultural life of our business community. The Chamber created the program in partnership with

the City of Coral Gables and IACC as an initiative to showcase our community’s international character and to recognize the significant number of Consulates and multinational businesses that call Coral Gables home. “Flags on Ponce is one of our great community programs where we partner with the City of Coral Gables to recognize and celebrate the international nature of our business community and remind all of South Florida that Coral Gables is indeed the corporate capital of the Americas,” said John O’Rourke, III Chairman of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce.

The Flags on Ponce program is a stunning visual display of Coral Gables’ rich diversity and the focal point of our international business community. Each year, flags from 50 countries are flown along Ponce de Leon Boulevard during the months of December through June. The International Affairs Committee of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce supports the Flags on Ponce program. The Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce recognized the sponsors of the Flags on Ponce Program for their contributions to the business community and the international diversity of the City Beautiful at

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the Good Morning Coral Gables breakfast in December. The sponsors of the 20102011 Flags On Ponce Program are: Barakat Law, P.A.; City of Coral Gables; Eliptek Technology Group; Consulate of the Bahamas; International Finance Bank, M2E Consulting Engineers; Nero Immigration Law, P.L.; Steven Edelstein Attorneys at Law; and Right Space Management. Residential Sponsors include: Perry Adair, Laura Russo, John O’Rourke, III, Marichi O’Rourke and Marti Mang. The countries who provided their own flags for display were Haiti, Kingdom of the Netherlands and Mexico. 5


SAVE THESE IMPORTANT 2011 DATES! JAN. 5

JAN. 18

WIND DOWN WEDNESDAY - 5:30 P.M. Poolside at the Courtyard Marriott

WOMEN’S BUSINESS NETWORK LUNCHEON - 11:30 A.M., Hyatt Regency Coral Gables Guest Speaker: Tracy Mourning, Honey Shine Mentorship Program

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JAN. 13

GOOD MORNING CORAL GABLES - 7:30 A.M., Biltmore Hotel. Guest Speaker: Joe Reagan, Wexford Science + Technology

AN EVENING ON ARAGON - 5:30 P.M. - CORAL GABLES ART CINEMA, CORAL GABLES MUSEUM, AND BOOKS & BOOKS

JUNE 23 & 24

JAN. 28

2011 GOALS CONFERENCE

REALTOR SHOWCASE - 8:30 A.M., Coral Gables Youth Center

MEMBERSHIP HIGHLIGHTS WELCOME TO OUR NEWEST CHAMBER MEMBERS!

SPONSORSHIP/INVESTOR HALL OF FAME through 12/20/2010

• AvMed Health Plan • Barrio Latino Restaurant • Blue Coral Advisory Group • China Cabitnet • Comcast • Damian & Valori LLP • Deering Bay Yacht & Country Club

$5,000 AND ABOVE

$2,500 - $4,999 The Allen Morris Company AT&T BlueCross BlueShield of Florida Florida Power & Light Gulliver Schools Home Financing Center, Inc. International Finance Bank Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, P.A.

Baptist Health South Florida The Biltmore Hotel Hyatt Regency Coral Gables Montica Jewelry

• East Coast Public Adjusters, Inc. • Francisco J. Villegas, C.P.A., P.A. • Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Macedonia • Hooters of Coral Gables • Hug-a-Dog Pet Care • LaStrada Furniture & Interiors • Law Offices of Ana Maria Angulo • Logistical Outsourcing, Inc. Developing Business Building Community

• Mercado Del Agua • Pecan’s Day Spa • Ponce de Leon Middle School • Profile Communications Group • Sirvanti Tailor-Made • Southern Audio Visual • The Spine & Rehab Center • Star 102.1 FM • Take Stock In Children • Tepino • Terremark • The Palace at Coral Gables • Threefold Studio, Inc. • Transwestern • USAA Realty Company • Victoria’s Gallery & Gifts *BOLD denotes TRUSTEE

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VISION INVESTORS

Baptist Health South Florida Bay Plumbing Company Becker & Poliakoff, P.A. The Biltmore Hotel Coral Gables Trust Company Eliptek Technology Group Hyatt Regency Coral Gables

Montica Jewelry Office Edge Coral Gables Photo Offset Sabadell United Bank, N.A. Sharff, Wittmer, Kurtz & Jackson Trusted Alliance, LLC (?) The Westin Colonnade Coral Gables Hotel

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Williamson Cadillac - HUMMER Mercantil Commercebank Mercedes Benz of Coral Gables Montica Jewelry Office Edge Coral Gables Photo Offset Right Space Management Sabadell United Bank, N.A. Sharff, Wittmer, Kurtz & Jackson Transatlantic Bank Trusted Alliance, LLC The University of Miami Victoria & Associates Career Services Waste Management The Westin Colonnade Coral Gables Hotel


EVENTS CALENDAR

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CHAMBER OFFICE17 CLOSED IN OBSERVANCE OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BIRTHDAY

8:00 a.m. 5 4 8:00 a.m. Go Green Committee International Affairs 12:15 p.m. Committee Mtg. RE-Connect Luncheon 5:30 p.m. Wind Down Wednesday

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5:30 p.m. Trustee Reception

11:30 a.m. WBN Luncheon

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9:00 a.m. Cultural Affairs Mtg.

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11:45 a.m. 26 Trustee Luncheon

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20 7:30 a.m. Good Morning Coral Gables Breakfast 9:00 a.m. 20/30 Group Mtg.

21 8:00 a.m. Business & Government Affairs Committee Mtg.

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8:00 a.m. Chairman’s Ambassador Mtg. 9:00 a.m. WBN Steering Committee Mtg. 8:00 a.m. M-Team Committee Mtg. 5:30 p.m. An Evening On Aragon

8:00 a.m. Business & Education Mtg.

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8:00 a.m. 28 Go Green Breakfast 8:30 a.m. Realtor Showcase

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FEBRUARY 2011

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2 8:00 a.m. Go Green Committee Mtg. 12:15 p.m. RE-Connect Luncheon 5:30 p.m. Wind Down Wednesday

8:00 a.m. Chairman’s Ambassador Mtg. 9:00 a.m. WBN Steering Committee Mtg.

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9 9:00 a.m. Cultural Affairs Mtg.

10 8:00 a.m. M-Team Committee Mtg.

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5:30 p.m. Trustee Reception

11:30 a.m. WBN Luncheon

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CHAMBER OFFICE CLOSED IN OBSERVANCE OF PrESIDENT’S DAY

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1 8:00 a.m. International Affairs Mtg.

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11:45 a.m. Trustee Luncheon

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8:00 a.m. Business & Education Mtg

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9:00 a.m. Trow Knows ... CEO’s featuring Eric Woolworth, Miami Heat

9:00 a.m. Chamber 101

8:00 a.m. Business & Government Affairs Mtg.

7:30 a.m. 24 Good Morning Coral Gables Breakfast (NOTE DATE CHANGE) . 9:00 a.m. 20/30 Group mtg.

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SPONSORSHIP RECOGNITION NOVEMBER Wind Down Wednesday

Trustee Luncheon

CALENDAR OF 2010 Diamond Awards & Trustee Reception

DECEMBER Wind Down Wednesday

Women’s Business Network Luncheon

Good Morning Coral Gables Good Morning Coral Gables

Holiday Party

A special thanks to our Past Chairman Marc Berenfeld! Additional Sponsors: Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton; Brown-Foreman Beverages; Baptist Health South Florida; Esslinger - Wooten - Maxwell Realtors; Home Instead Senior Care; Biltmore Hotel; Eliptek Technology Group and DooleyMack Constructors. 8

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Coral Gables Chamber Connection Jan./Feb 2011  

The Official Newsletter of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce

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