Rain Threatens Last Chamber Event But Chamber Members Came Out In Full Force
Glendale Loyalists: Laura Lieff, Lieff Ink; Storm Gloor, Mayor Pro-Tem, City of Glendale; and Chris Klapp, Unibell Financial Inc., enjoyed reconnecting at Creekside Park in Glendale.
Nice Lineup: Launch Pad Brewery provided a nice assortment of beers that were crowd pleasers at the latest Business After Hours for the Chamber.
Troopers: Jeff Allen, Chamber COO; Michelle Betsinger, Edward Jones; Jennifer Mayes, Lpl Financial LLC; and John Logan, Laff Bennett Logan PC, were prepared to bear the elements at the May Business After Hours at Creekside Park in Glendale.
Beer Enthusiasts: Ian Zawacki, left, Meridian Barriers, and Dr. Joseph Vear, True Form Chiropractic, enjoyed drinking beer provided by Launch Pad Brewery in the rain.
Burgers And Dogs: Devil Dog Grill is a mobile kitchen serving quality American-style grilled meats and they were on hand to treat the members to burgers and dogs. Visit www.devildoggrill.com to book them for your event.
The Greater Glendale Chamber of Commerce hosted a Business After Hours on May 10, 2023, at Creekside Park in Glendale. The rain threatened to wash the event away but chamber members came out to support and network.
Launch Pad Brewery in Aurora provided a nice assortment of beers for attendees to sample. Visit their brewery at 884 South Buckley Road in Aurora, to sample all 32 beers on tap. Since 2015, Launch Pad has been producing unique hand-crafted ales with the highest quality ingredients. Visit www.launchpadbrewery.com for more information.
Members were also treated to burgers, brats, and hot dogs from Devil Dog Grill. They feature locally-sourced food whenever possible, and use recyclable and compostable products. Visit www.devildoggrill.com for more information.
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