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January 20, 2013

Annual Legislative breakfast scheduled

NORMAN — The Chamber will host the annual Legislative Breakfast on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 7:45 am at the Hilton Garden Inn, 700 Copperfield Dr. The breakfast is free and open to anyone interested.

Chamber will present its legislative agenda to the Norman legislative delegation. State Senators John Sparks and Rob Standridge and State Representatives Scott Martin and Emily Virgin will discuss the Chamber’s legislative agenda as well as provide updates on the upcoming legislative session.

“The Norman Chamber of Commerce is actively engaged with our legislative delegation to ensure a strong jobs and pro-business agenda is pursued during the upcoming session. We look forward to the dialogue with our delegation. We welcome all of our members to attend the breakfast as we share our agenda with our Norman legislators and listen to their thoughts on what the upcoming legislative session holds.”

The breakfast is presented by AT&T and sponsored by Fowler Auto Group and The Norman Transcript.

Kyla McMoran

Vice President of Communications

Website: www.normanchamber.com

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