Black Chamber of Commerce Mixer Coming Soon!

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VICTORVILLE — The High Desert Black Chamber of Commerce is hosting its monthly Zoom networking mixer, Monday, with special guest speakers Victorville Pro Tem Mayor Leslie Irving and Victor Valley NAACP President James Campbell. Irving will discuss how to do business with the city and Campbell will go over building business credit.

“We want to help African-American businesses work with one another, as well as outside our sectors,” said High Desert Black Chamber of Commerce President Terrance Stone. “We can help to share good ideas with one another so our businesses can succeed.”

The meeting is Monday, September 20 at 6 p.m. There is a $10 registration fee for non-members.

Click the below link to register for the meeting: https://form.jotform.com/210954492054153

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