VOLUME 48 | NO. 6 | NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2023 | DUBLINCHAMBER.ORG
A PUBLICATION OF THE DUBLIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Recognition Luncheon December 8, 2023, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Muirfield Village Golf Club Pavilion Join us for this year’s Recognition Luncheon, celebrating outstanding individuals who make significant contributions to our community. Let’s honor our recipients and celebrate the holiday season with your employees, clients and friends. See details on page 3.
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Support Local Holiday Passport
Sales Connection Breakfast Series
Women in Business Luncheon
DUBLIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
President’sMessage Message President’s
OFFICERS President — Mark Flesch Gordon Flesch Company Inc. President Elect — Lisa Gutierrez Dos Hermanos Taco Truck LLC Vice President — Alicia Nesline Shaw Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP Treasurer — Greg Lesperance Veeva Systems Chief Operating Officer — Jennifer Amorose Dublin Chamber of Commerce
BOARD OF TRUSTEES Scott Arthur IGS Energy Joelle Brock Leading EDJE LLC Paul G. Ghidotti The Daimler Group, Inc. Adam Holderman The Holderman Group Aaron Kale The Wendy's Company Kyle Lugg PNC Bank John Marschhausen, PhD Dublin City Schools, Ex-officio Hollis Mignogno Cardinal Health Asch Mikhail Sunny Street Café Brad Moore, DDS Smiley Dental Group Megan O'Callaghan City of Dublin, Ex-officio Armin Rahmanian OhioHealth Melissa Reilly Quantum Health
Season’s Greetings! As we transition from fall to winter, I’m looking forward to getting to know you and your businesses better. Over the past few months, Dublin Chamber members have had amazing opportunities to promote their businesses and build valuable connections at events like our recent Speed Networking Breakfast, Sales Connection Breakfast featuring Dan Bernstein from Cardinal Health, and the 20th annual Taste of Dublin! Taste of Dublin had a great turnout, with everyone savoring delicious tastings offered by local restaurants, caterers, and specialty food vendors. I extend a huge "Thank You" to all who participated, with a special shout-out to The Wendy’s Company and our dedicated volunteers who played a pivotal role in making the evening truly unforgettable. It was an evening filled with exceptional food and friends, and also raised funds for disadvantaged youth participating in the Dublin Youth Athletics and LiFEsports summer program. Please make a note to register for the November 14 Morning Brew hosted by HOTWORX Dublin, where you can enjoy coffee, a light breakfast, and an “Infrared” experience. It promises to be a fun time! Looking ahead, we’re excited to host the annual Recognition Luncheon on December 8 at Muirfield Village Golf Club Pavilion. It’s a great opportunity to meet new members and reconnect with old ones. We’ll be presenting awards to deserving business professionals in our Dublin community, so don't miss it. This holiday season, I urge you to show your support for our community’s local businesses by taking part in our Support Local Holiday Passport. By completing your passport and patronizing local businesses, you stand a chance to win one of nearly $1,000 in gift cards from participating establishments. If you’re interested in discovering more local businesses to support, please visit the Chamber’s website, where you’ll find an extensive directory of our member businesses. Additionally, you can uncover fantastic coupon deals at DublinChamber.org/hotdeals to use while supporting local! In the spirit of giving, I invite you to contribute new or gently used coats and other cold-weather accessories to benefit those in our community who need help staying warm this winter. This time of year, we’re reminded to be thankful for our families, valued business associates, and our remarkable community. I hope to see you at Dublin Chamber events and programs, where you can expand your business network. As always, I appreciate your support.
ADVERTISING Advertising in this publication is available only to member businesses. Ad sizes range from business card: 3.5” wide x 2” tall; to half page - with bleed: 8.5” wide x 5.25” tall; to full page - with bleed 8.5” wide x 11” tall (for bleeds, add 1/8” to all sides). For more information about these opportunities or to discuss online, social media or other marketing programs, contact the Dublin Chamber at 614-889-2001.
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Wishing you the best,
Mark Flesch President Dublin Chamber of Commerce
'TIS THE SEASON FOR THE
Celebrate the holiday season with your employees, clients and friends!
Dec. 8, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Muirfield Village Golf Club Pavilion, 5750 Memorial Dr., Dublin Celebrate the holiday season at the Dublin Chamber’s Annual Recognition Luncheon! This joyful holiday luncheon is always an unforgettable event, featuring delicious food, a cozy holiday atmosphere, and the festive sights and sounds of the season. Additionally, attendees have a chance to win door prizes and visit the Muirfield Village Golf Club pro shop to shop for that special holiday gift. You have the option to make a single reservation, reserve a corporate table, or participate as an event partner by visiting DublinChamber.org/RL23. What a delightful way to mark the season’s end in 2023 with your staff and clients. The Dublin Chamber Board of Directors will recognize those who have made significant contributions to both Dublin’s business community and the Dublin Chamber of Commerce. The event kicks off at 11:30 a.m. and features a cash bar, followed by lunch and the main program. Valet parking is complimentary. Register today to secure your spot.
Shining a spotlight on contributors to Dublin! This year we celebrate the following honorees: Spotlight Dublin Award
Volunteer of the Year
Page M. Vornbrock & Associates, LLC
Scan the QR code to register or visit DublinChamber.org/RL23
DUBLIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BATTLE Thank You to Our Event Partners: OF THE
BUSINESSES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY OF DUBLIN & DUBLIN CITY SCHOOLS
SAVORY DUBLIN DELIGHTS Our sincere appreciation goes out to Dublin Chamber members and our amazing guests for contributing to an unforgettable evening at Taste of Dublin. More than 800 members of our community came together on October 4 at The Wendy’s Company’s Dave Thomas Conference Center to celebrate the delightful cuisine, the generosity of local businesses, and our tight-knit community during the 2023 Taste of Dublin. Our guests had the opportunity to savor delectable dishes from some of the finest area restaurants, caterers and specialty food vendors. They also participated in the “Best Of Taste” competition, casting their votes while raising funds for Dublin Youth Athletics and LiFEsports summer programs, as well as the Dublin Chamber Civic Foundation.
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RESTAURANTS & SPECIALTY FOOD VENDORS
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the restaurants and specialty food vendors listed below for delighting our Taste of Dublin attendees with their specialty dishes this year.
We extend our congratulations to the “Best Of” Taste of Dublin winners! Best Food Offering
Best Overall Display
Refectory Restaurant & Bistro North High Brewing Co.
Sunny Street Café Duck Donuts
The Cheesecake Castle Nothing Bundt Cakes Duck Donuts
WINE BAR & TAP ROOM TASTING EXPERIENCE PARTNERS
Below is a list of permits that have been issued by the City for the following organizations. Commercial Buildings – New Neurological Transitional Center 6640 Perimeter Dr., Dublin Dublin Scioto (B) High School Softball Building 4000 Hard Rd., Dublin Dublin Scioto (A) Athletic Outbuildings 4000 Hard Rd., Dublin AEP Dublin Storage Building 5721 Shier Rings Rd., Dublin
Dublin Is Growing
Ugly Sweater Bar Crawl
Business Development Mixer
December 9 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Downtown Dublin
Commercial Additions / Alterations The Apothecary & Uncorked 30 S. High St., Dublin Cardinal Health 7000 Cardinal Pl., Dublin AJ Gallager 545 Metro Pl., Ste. 150, Dublin W.W Williams 400 Metro Pl. N., Ste. 201, Dublin Dekalash Dublin 7589 Sawmill Rd., Dublin Lerch Bates 4995 Bradenton Ave., Dublin React Health Corporate Offices 5475 Rings Rd., Dublin Raymond James 6745 Longshore St., Dublin
The Dublin Chamber of Commerce and its Young Professionals Group invites you to slip into your ugliest sweater, sip on hot cocoa (or a cold beer), savor complimentary hors d’oeuvres, and celebrate the winter season with your fellow Dublin Chamber members. When you arrive at the Chamber, we will provide you with a complimentary koozie, beverage of your choice and your Ugly Sweater Bar Crawl Passport. Then you can stroll Downtown Dublin and visit participating bars and restaurants. You may be lucky and spot Santa Claus strolling along Longshore Drive from 6 to 8 p.m! This free event offers a chance to win a grand prize with five or more passport stamps, which you can turn in at the Market Bar or PINS Mechanical. Don't miss this holiday gathering with colleagues and friends, while proudly showing off your ugliest sweater! Guests must be age 21 or older to attend.
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Nuvia Implant Center 6670 Perimeter Dr., Unit# 100, Dublin
One Dublin, Dublin Chamber of Commerce & Dublin Cleaners
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Now through Dec. 13 The Dublin Chamber of Commerce will be collecting new and gently used winter coats. Coats will be cleaned by Dublin Cleaners and delivered to One Dublin which supports families in need throughout the Dublin School District.
Register Today! Apply today to be part of the Dublin Chamber's
Leadership Academy FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
The Leadership Academy offers a transformative six-session leadership development program tailored for busy young professionals looking to advance their careers and actively participate in the Dublin community. Seize this opportunity to attend insightful sessions led by local experts while forging connections with influential business figures and fellow young professionals. Enrolling in the Leadership Academy offers the opportunity to: • Gain insights from industry leaders’ best practices • Enhance your personal and professional strengths • Refine your career management skills • Network with influential Dublin professionals and connect with emerging young leaders • Receive mentorship from a business leader upon program completion • Participate in an exclusive graduation ceremony The program is held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the following dates: Jan. 16, Jan. 30, Feb. 13, Feb. 27, March 5, and March 19 with a graduation on March 26.
Scan the QR code or register online at DublinChamber.org/LeadershipAcademy24
Group Discounts! Register by Dec. 8 and Save! Enroll one person for only $399 (Register by Dec. 8, save $25) Enroll three people for only $1,197 (Register by Dec. 8, save $100) Enroll five people for only $1,995 (Register by Dec. 8, save $225)
To take advantage of this special pricing, visit DublinChamber.org/LeadershipAcademy24 or call the Dublin Chamber at 614-889-2001.
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Events & Programs November | December | January
November Nov. 1, Dec. 6, Jan. 10 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Ambassador Club Meeting Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin Become a Chamber Ambassador Club member! Ambassadors work with Chamber staff and board members to plan events, and strengthen awareness of member services. Joining this exclusive group of business professionals will increase your visibility and serve as a starting point for future roles in Chamber leadership.
Nov. 10, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Sales Connection Breakfast Series "How to Build A Fast 50 Firm" Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin What are the attitudes and skills needed to have a successful sales career? Join guest speaker, John Zambito, as he presents “How to Build a Fast 50 Firm.” John will also share how to develop new hiring programs to grow your business. Just $19 and includes breakfast.
Nov. 13 - Dec. 13, 2023 Dublin Chamber’s Annual Winter Coat Drive Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin Join the Dublin Chamber, in partnership with One Dublin and Dublin Cleaners, to support our annual Winter Coat Drive! Now through December 13, 2023, we’ll be collecting new and gently used coats, hats, and gloves for those in our community who need help staying warm this season. Drop off your donations to the Chamber, 129 S. High St., Dublin, Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
TO GET YOU CONNECTED Nov. 14, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Morning Brew Networking Event Hosted by HOTWORX 331 W. Bridge St., Dublin
Start your day off right with a fresh cup of coffee, a light breakfast, and an “infrared” experience at HOTWORX, one of Dublin’s newest and most unique fitness studios! Stop by to learn about their “more workout, less time” 3D training approach to health and wellness which incorporates heat, infrared energy, and exercise. Start making connections before your competition gets to the office for just $10.
Nov. 15, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Women in Business Luncheon Speaker: Megan O’Callaghan, Dublin City Manager The Country Club at Muirfield Village 8715 Muirfield Dr., Dublin Join the Chamber for this special luncheon as we welcome guest speaker and Dublin City Manager, Megan O’Callaghan to The Country Club at Muirfield Village. We’ll get Megan’s outlook on the city and learn what’s up-and-coming for Dublin’s residents and business community while networking with area business leaders. Members attend for $38. Corporate tables available!
Nov. 29, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Government Affairs Committee Meeting Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin
Nov. 30, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Human Resources Educational Workshop “How to Stay Connected with an Aging and Remote Workforce” Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin
Two of the biggest challenges faced in the workplace today are remote workers and the aging workforce. These two realities are shaping how work is done and what employees value, need, and want in an employer. Join David D. Kessler, Senior VP, MCO Medical at Sedgwick Managed Care Ohio as he talks about “How to Stay Connected with an Aging and Remote Workforce.” Cost to attend is only $10.
December Dec. 8, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Recognition Luncheon & Spotlight Dublin Award Muirfield Village Golf Club Pavilion 5750 Memorial Dr., Dublin Join us for a memorable year-end holiday luncheon at Muirfield Village Golf Club Pavilion where we celebrate our business community! Enjoy delicious food, festive music, and a chance to win door prizes while you shop for holiday gifts at the golf club’s Pro Shop. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. with a cash bar, followed by lunch and the program. Valet parking is included.
Are you interested in advocating on behalf of business in Dublin? Join us for the Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee meeting. All Chamber members are welcome!
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Jan. 16, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Dublin Off the Clock: An After-Hours Event
Dec. 8, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Sales Connection Breakfast Series “Scaling a Sales Organization: The Journey from a 1 to 10 Person Department” Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin Are you looking for ways to boost your business acumen? Join Michael Adolph for his take on “Scaling a Sales Organization: The Journey from a 1 to 10 Person Department.” It’s a perfect opportunity to make valuable business connections from all over central Ohio. Coffee, breakfast, and program for just $19.
January Jan. 12, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Sales Connection Breakfast Series "The Science of Networking" Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin Networking is necessary to make those valuable sales and marketing connections but how do you make the most of your time spent in these interactions? Frank Agin will present “The Science of Networking” and share how he empowers professionals to become successful through networking. You won’t want to miss learning more about this critical aspect of building business relationships. Registration is just $21 and includes breakfast and program!
Relax and unwind from a busy workday at the Chamber’s Off the Clock After-Hours event. You’ll be treated to delicious appetizers, a variety of beverages, and door prizes too! Plus, you’ll have the chance to mingle with other Chamber members and business professionals. Invite your work friends to this FREE member event.
Jan. 16, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Leadership Academy Kick-Off Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin Classes begin for this high-impact, six-week leadership development experience designed to help busy young professionals advance in their careers and engage in the Dublin community. Begin your leadership journey by registering for this unique opportunity today!
Jan. 23, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Morning Brew Networking Event Hosted by Torchy’s Tacos – Dublin 3726 W. Dublin Granville Rd., Columbus Start the day at Torchy’s Tacos, one of Dublin’s newest restaurants! Join us for great conversation, make a few valuable connections, and learn what’s happening in Dublin’s business community — all while enjoying Torchy’s amazing breakfast tacos. An excellent start to your morning for just $10.
Jan. 25, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Human Resources Educational Workshop Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin You’re invited to an informative workshop on current topics of importance to human resource professionals. We’ll welcome a leader in the field to present workplace strategies and share tips on better business practices. Coffee and program for only $10!
Hip Happenings City of Dublin Veterans Day Ceremony Nov. 10, 11 a.m. to noon Veterans Park 77 North High St., Dublin DublinOhioUsa.gov
Dublin Harvest Market at Bridge Park Nov. 11, 9 a.m. to noon Bridge Park 6568 Longshore St., Dublin
Wildlights at the Columbus Zoo Nov. 17 – Jan. 7 9990 Riverside Dr., Powell (Excluding Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day) Columbuszoo.org
Flying Feather Four Miler Nov. 23, 9 a.m. The Club at Corazon 7155 Corazon Dr., Dublin DublinOhioUsa.gov
Tree Lighting Ceremony Nov. 30, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Coffman Park 5600 Post Rd., Dublin Visitdublinohio.com
Ugly Sweater Bar Crawl Dec. 9, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St., Dublin DublinChamber.org
Passports and details can be found at DublinChamber.org/WinBig23 DUBLIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Support Local Nov. 20 - Dec. 31, 2023
We’ve introduced this Support Local Holiday Passport as a token of our appreciation for your ongoing support of businesses in the Dublin area. By completing this Passport, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in a door prize drawing with a chance to win up to $1,000 in gift cards! The choice is entirely yours when it comes to showing your support for these businesses, whether it’s through takeout, dining in, online shopping, or even by purchasing a gift card. So, how can you qualify for these prizes? Simply spend at least $10 at six (6) of the participating businesses between Nov. 20 and Dec. 31, 2023. Circle the logos of the businesses you’ve supported on your Passport and attach your receipts. You can then either email the details to info@DublinChamber.org or send them by mail to 129 S. High St., Dublin, no later than Jan. 15, 2024.
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Educational Workshops Dublin Chamber of Commerce 129 S. High St. Dublin, OH 43017
November 30, 9 a.m. David D. Kessler Senior VP, MCO Medical Sedgwick Managed Care Ohio
How to Stay Connected with an Aging and Remote Workforce Explore the challenges of an aging and remote workforce with guest speaker David D. Kessler, Senior VP at Sedgwick Managed Care Ohio. Join us for a discussion on how to stay connected in this evolving landscape. The session costs just $10, and includes coffee and the program. 10 Dublin Chamber News
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Celebrating the Opening of New Businesses in Dublin
Avery Dental Center 6750 Avery-Muirfield Dr., Ste. B, Dublin
Edwards Family Dental 6600 Perimeter Dr., Ste. 100, Dublin
Please join us in congratulating the following businesses on their recent ribbon cutting and grand re-opening events. Supporting local businesses contributes to the development of a robust, thriving community and motivates businesses to reinvest in the economy, benefiting everyone. When you're seeking to buy products and services, we encourage you to consider supporting one of these local businesses or others in our area.
Dublin Food Pantry 6608 Dublin Center Dr., Dublin
Tolles Career & Technical Center - Cosmetology Program 7877 US Highway 42 S., Plain City
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IN THE NEWS
DriveOhio is Looking for Dublin Businesses to Participate in Gift Card Program If your business would like to join the Yiftee program for participant rewards, contact Breanna.Badanes@dot.ohio.gov. Drivers contribute to safety research and can receive free vehicle safety equipment and up to $180 in Yiftee e-gift cards from local businesses. Dublin, Ohio residents are now part of DriveOhio’s Connected study, focusing on connected vehicle technology’s safety benefits. With support from the Ohio Department of Transportation, residents in the Beta District are receiving this technology, allowing wireless communication between vehicles for safety alerts like red-light violations and lane closures.
City Council Approves Economic Development Agreement to Bring Leading Animal Nutrition Manufacturer to Dublin Kalmbach Feeds, a leader in animal nutrition, is expanding to Dublin, OH, creating 18 new jobs in marketing, finance, and logistics. The partnership includes a three-year payroll incentive of up to $16,500. Pending the lease of a facility by October 31, 2024, and occupancy by December 31, 2023, the agreement also offers an option for a seven-year lease with an $8,000 location grant.
Dublin City Council Approves Agreement to Boost INEOS Composites’ Manufacturing Lab Expansion Dublin City Council has approved an economic deal with INEOS Composites, a global plastics industry leader. INEOS will expand its manufacturing lab in Dublin, create six new jobs, retain 48 positions, and receive incentives totaling up to $107,000, along with a $50,000 location grant. The agreement depends on INEOS leasing a 60,000-square-foot Dublin facility for seven years, with incentives starting by October 31, 2023, and occupancy projected by March 31, 2025, generating approximately $564,000 in net withholdings for the City by 2028. This underscores Dublin’s commitment to industry growth.
Dublin City Council Drives Nymbl Systems’ Growth with Economic Development Agreement Dublin City Council has sealed an economic development deal with Nymbl Systems, a healthcare SaaS company specializing in orthotics and prosthetics solutions. Nymbl, ranked #690 on Inc. Magazine’s 2023 “Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America” list, plans to establish its permanent headquarters in Dublin, creating 25 new positions. The agreement includes a threeyear payroll performance incentive of up to $33,000, contingent upon Nymbl leasing a 4,000-square-foot facility in Dublin by September 1, 2023, and occupying it by January 1, 2024. This demonstrates Dublin’s commitment to fostering innovation and economic growth in healthcare and technology.
American Bicycle Association to Host Buckeye Nationals on Aug.16-18, 2024. The Buckeye Nationals will be held on August 16-18, 2024, at Marysville BMX, marking the first USA BMX National Event at this venue. Organized by the American Bicycle Association, these events are part of a 30-race National Series that attracts participants from the U.S. and Canada. The Buckeye Nationals will span the weekend, with estimated economic impacts of around 2,000 to 5,000 hotel room nights and $3 million in economic impact.
Dublin Launches CommunityBased Speed Management Campaign The “Slow Down Dublin” campaign seeks to enhance road safety through community engagement and data-driven strategies. The goal is to reduce traffic-related fatalities and speed-related injuries by involving residents in various ways, such as car magnets, yard signs, and ride-alongs with police officers. The initiative emphasizes shared responsibility for traffic safety and provides a dashboard for monitoring traffic data.
Chamber member businesses may email news releases to info@DublinChamber.org. Items will be published on a space-available basis.
Attention Sales & Marketing Professionals!
Sales Connection Breakfast Series Please join the Dublin Chamber of Commerce for these upcoming business development events! At each breakfast, a special guest speaker will join us to discuss a topic of great importance to the professional growth of sales and marketing professionals. Check-in and breakfast will begin at 8 a.m., with the program kicking off at 8:30 a.m. The event will be held at the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, 129 S. High St., Dublin. The cost to attend is only $19 per person and includes a hot breakfast, coffee and the opportunity to connect with area business professionals.
November 10, 8 a.m. "How to Build a Fast 50 Firm" What are the attitudes and skills needed to have a successful sales career? Join guest speaker, John Zambito, as he presents “How to Build a Fast 50 Firm.” John will also share how to develop new hiring programs to grow your business. Just $19 and includes breakfast.
December 8, 8 a.m. "Scaling a Sales Organization: The Journey from a 1 to 10 Person Department" Would you like to enhance your business knowledge? Join us for an insightful presentation and Q&A session led by Michael Adolph, Doyle HCM VP of Business Development and Acquisitions. This event offers an excellent chance to build valuable business connections across central Ohio.
RSVP by Scanning the QR code or at DublinChamber.org
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Women in Business Luncheon A Great Way to Get Connected & Inspired
Nov. 15, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Country Club at Muirfield Village 8715 Muirfield Dr., Dublin
"Choosing Public Service" About Our Speaker
Megan O’Callaghan Dublin City Manager
Dublin City Manager Megan O’Callaghan is a registered professional engineer and an attorney in the State of Ohio. She could have taken many different career paths, but she chose public service. From the City of Columbus to the State of Ohio and the City of Dublin, O’Callaghan has found her sweet spot in the public sector. Public service means many things to its various constituencies. Hear Megan discuss her passion for the Dublin community and the importance of building literal, figurative and cultural bridges on the job, all while growing a career that has enriched her life in a way no other profession could have and giving her the opportunity to help improve the city she loves to call home.
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Reserve the Chamber’s Gathering Space for Your Next Event!
Celebrate the holiday season by reserving a gathering space at the Chamber for your next event! Our meeting and event spaces are perfect for hosting your festive occasion. Each room is equipped with large-screen TV monitors, HDMI connections, complimentary Wi-Fi, and is situated in the heart of Downtown Dublin, providing a cozy atmosphere.
For a tour of our facility or to secure your event date, please connect with the Chamber at 614-889-2001.