Kemper Campbell Ranch networking event September 21

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Kemper Campbell Ranch networking event September 21

VICTORVILLE – The Greater High Desert Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual Kemper Campbell Ranch mixer, September 21, at the historic ranch featured in Netflix’ Mank. The members only mixer allows “members to network and develop new business relationships at a one-of-a-kind location.”

According to the website, the Kemper Campbell Ranch is a private estate and working cattle ranch. Positioned on the Mojave River, its adobe main house, built in 1929, has also been featured in a number of architecture books, including Rancho Deluxe and Mediterranean Houses in America.

The Kemper Campbell Ranch mixer is known for its raffles. Every attendee is asked to bring a raffle prize. To respect Ranch Rules, there is a maximum capacity limited to 2 employees per business or until registration capacity is reached. The event is free to Greater High Desert Chamber members when registered by 5pm on September 14th. 

To become a Greater High Desert Chamber of Commerce member, an application and fee are required. The fee ranges from $335 for businesses with 9 employees or less to $990 to businesses with 91 or more employees. Member benefits include weekly Friday Morning Coffee networking events, various other networking events throughout the year and a Government Affairs Committee that represents member businesses.

The Greater High Desert Chamber of Commerce became official in 2021 and includes the cities of Adelanto, Victorville, Hesperia and the Town of Apple Valley.

For more information about the Kemper Campbell Ranch Mixer visit https://www.ghdcc.com/events/details/kemper-campbell-ranch-mixer-09-21-2022-3564?calendarMonth=2022-09-01

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