The second annual Eyes on Renton Breakfast will be held on Wednesday February 7, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Renton Pavilion Events Center.
Eyes on Renton is a celebration of business. Renton has grown from 53,000 to 103,000 in just over 10 years. The Renton Chamber of Commerce believes this phenomenal growth has much to do with existing and new businesses that have planted their flag in our city.
We will hear from them as they tell their story. The breakfast meeting will be a forum from different industry sectors to talk about their operation and a chance to present accomplishments. We’re asking Manufacturing, Hospitality, Technology, Health Care, Education and new projects to tell us more. The who, what, why, when and where of their business.
Hear from Boeing, Port of Seattle, First Financial Northwest Bank, Valley Medical Center, Renton Technical College, SECO Development, Evergreen Market, Renton School District, and more.
Emcee and local sports hero Jordan Babineaux will guide us through the morning breakfast. Meanwhile we’ll see performances from local entertainers such as Miss Washington, Jessie Siren, and Evergreen City Ballet.
Eyes on Renton is exactly that. What’s happening in Renton? The City is booming thanks to our continued business growth. Business and community leaders will each have 5 – 7 minutes to discuss their endeavors and their vision of Renton’s future. The “take away for attendees” will be an insider’s look at our business community and a realization that now more than ever before, all eyes are on Renton.
About the Renton Chamber of Commerce
The Renton Chamber’s mission is to improve business and economic conditions, and the general welfare of the community. To that end, the Chamber is in the business of serving business, as it has for more than 76 years. The Chamber offers its members leadership development, networking opportunities, advocacy, and resources to promote business prosperity. Representatives from world-class international corporations, large and small businesses, our local government, our Small Business Development Center, our educational institutions, and our state-of-the-art medical center are united through the Chamber to protect the economic viability of our community.