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NEW: DLT Director to Speak at Newport Chamber Lunch

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

 

On Wednesday, December 5th, the Chamber will host the final of a four part economic luncheon series. Director of the RI Department of Labor and Training Charles Fogarty will be the keynote speaker. This STATE OF THE STATE luncheon series will take place at the Atlantic Beach Club, 55 Purgatory Rd., Middletown.

Charles Fogarty, Director of the RI Department of Labor and Training will be discussing the overview of the Governor’s economic and workforce development efforts, the DLT’s services as they relate to Rhode Island businesses, and latest labor market intelligence for the State and Newport County.

Preregistration is required for this event. The price for Chamber members is $25 per person, and for non-members $35 per person. Please visit http://www.NewportChamber.com for additional information.

The STATE OF THE STATE economic luncheon series is sponsored by People’s Credit Union.

 

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