10/13/2016: What's Happening In and Around Frisco?
Many Frisco Restaurants Support A Vote AGAINST
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Let us know: what issue are you hoping to hear more about at our Open and Uncensored Legislative Luncheon on 10/19/16?
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Four area Chambers come together to celebrate Texas Chamber of Commerce Week! Registration is required and space is limited to 50 attendees from each Chamber. Register HERE.
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Wednesday, October 26
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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The Frisco Chamber of Commerce Newsletter will now be delivered to your inbox every other week! We will keep you informed (and hopefully entertained) daily on social media!

Open and Uncensored: A Real Discussion of Legislative Issues Impacting Frisco & the North Texas Region

Wednesday, October 19, 2016
11:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center
Frisco, Texas

Sponsored by Garver and 
Cobb, Fendley & Associates 

We promise to ask questions and probe beyond the typical political soundbites on the issues that matter the most to Frisco and to the business community. This is a luncheon you won't want to miss between our policy-makers and our policy-shakers. 

Our panel will include Representative Pat Fallon, Representative Jeff Leach, Representative Matt Shaheen, Chris Wallace (Texas Association of Business), Bennet Sandlin (Texas Municipal League) and City of Frisco Mayor, Maher Maso. Moderated by Julie Fine, NBC 5.

Purchase tickets HERE.
Crucial North Texas Water Project Gets Expedited

The Frisco Chamber of Commerce has been a supporter of an amendment to H.R. 5303, the Water Resources Development Act, which would expedite a vitally needed new reservoir for North Texas citizens. The bipartisan amendment was introduced by Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) along with Representatives Pete Sessions (TX-32), John Ratcliffe (TX-04) and Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX-30). Read more...
Governmental Affairs Committee Meeting
The next Governmental Affairs Committee Meeting will be held on Friday, October 14 at 10:30 AM in the Chamber Event Room.  Healthcare for Small Business is the topic with a moderated panel. Panelists include Jessie Quick Stanton, Sales Director, North Texas Small Group, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, and Larry Kozeny, independent insurance broker of A+ Insurance.  Chamber members are invited and encouraged to attend!

Join us for these free events at the Frisco Chamber of Commerce (registration is required as space is limited):

The Who, What, & Why of Media Relations
Tuesday, October 25 at 8:45 AM to 9:45 AM
Register HERE.

Grow Your Business with Email & Social Media Marketing - Constant Contact
Tuesday, November 1 at 12:00 NOON to 1:30 PM
Register HERE.
Your input will help shape the 'next steps' of the city's comprehensive economic development strategy. Please take a moment to complete this survey by the Frisco Economic Development Corporation.

FC Dallas hosts the Seattle Sounders  on Sunday, October 16  at 4:00 PM in the last home match of the regular season! Click HERE to reserve your seats.
Chamber Events
10/13 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
10/15 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - King Institute, LLC
10/18 Joint Chambers Business After Hours
10/19 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Keystone Chiropractic
10/19 Open and Uncensored Legislative Luncheon
10/20 Get On Track @ 7:16 AM - "Third Thursday" Presented by SMD Consulting & Accounting, LLC - Breakfast Sponsored by Habitat for Humanity ReStore
10/20 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Yeager Properties
10/25 The Who, What & Why of Media Relations
10/26 New Resident Packet Stuffing
10/26 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - MasterPiece Art Gallery
10/27 Get On Track @ 7:16 AM - Presented by SMD Consulting & Accounting, LLC - Breakfast Sponsored by Crown Trophy Plano

News Around Town
Collin College, Texas A&M University-Commerce Partner to Deliver Classes at Frisco Campus

On Wednesday, October 12, 2016  Collin College and Texas A&M University-Commerce signed an agreement bringing university classes to the fast-growing city of Frisco at Collin College's Preston Ridge Campus. Presidents of the two institutions put their signatures on official documents as dignitaries celebrated the newest additions for undergraduate education in Collin County.  Read more....
Events Around Frisco
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