7th Annual Legislative Reception

Chamber will pay special tribute to three retiring councilmembers, Councilman Robert “Bobby” Curran, Councilwoman Helen Holton and Councilwoman Rochelle “Rikki” Spector, who collectively have served more than 80 years on the Baltimore City Council

BALTIMORE - The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Legislative Reception on Wednesday, Nov. 30 from 6 – 8 p.m. at Hyatt Place Inner Harbor, located at 511 S. Central Avenue. This year’s reception will pay special tribute to three councilmembers who are retiring at the end of their terms in December. Tickets are $40 for members, $55 for non-members and can be purchased on the Chamber’s website.

“The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Reception is always a great opportunity for business owners, leaders and executives to discuss, with key lawmakers, the issues and concerns of importance to them,” said Eben Frederick, interim president, Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce. “This year we are also pleased to honor the retiring Councilman Robert “Bobby” Curran, Councilwoman Helen Holton and Councilwoman Rochelle “Rikki” Spector, who collectively have served more than 80 years on the Baltimore City Council. Their tenure and commitment to the citizens of Baltimore is unmatched and worthy of recognition.” 

The Legislative Reception typically sells out so it is recommended that tickets be purchased early and in advance. In addition to purchasing via the Chamber’s website, interested persons may email the Chamber at info@baltimorecitychamber.org or call 410-837-7101.

The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to promote business interaction among its members, provide information and resources for its members and to advocate the adoption of a pro-business agenda by the City of Baltimore and the region on behalf of its members. Information on membership can be found on the Chamber’s website, www.baltimorecitychamber.org under the “Why Join” tab.

About Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce

The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce is the voice of, and chief advocate for the City’s business community.  Through education, strategic communications and stakeholder engagement, the Public Affairs & Policy Committee empowers Chamber members with a shaping influence among elected officials, and the means for advocating a pro-business agenda.

As the voice of Baltimore businesses, the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce’s focus is to serve as a forum through which members are able to grow their respective businesses. Programs and initiatives foster collaboration long-term growth, and development, and each campaign is designed to promote both members and the City’s core value propositions. The Chamber is committed to advocating for the continuing adoption of a pro-business agenda by the City of Baltimore and the region on behalf of its members.

For additional Information on membership please visit www.baltimorecitychamber.org

Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce
PO Box, 4483
Baltimore, MD 21223