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Frisco Chamber Luncheon Series and Panel Discussions

Panel Discussions:

We remain committed to providing events that educate and inform on topics that are relevant and vital to our business community.

The Frisco Chamber of Commerce offers sponsorship opportunities, which allows your company to market your business and gain publicity and brand recognition, reach local business and community leaders while aligning your business with the Frisco Chamber. Through key events throughout the year, we introduce, recognize and connect you with like-minded companies and individuals committed to quality growth and expansion in our area.

If you have questions regarding the planning and implementation of any of our events, please email Shelby Fawver, Events Manager. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Brian Davis, Director of Membership.

State of the City Luncheon and Leadership Frisco Graduation

Frisco Enterprise Newspaper: As members of a guest panel stood together for a picture following Frisco's State of the City luncheon Wednesday, it was fitting that former Mayor Bob Warren would be holding a pair of ceremonial ribbon-cutting scissors from 1989.

It signified the message the panel members had conveyed to a packed conference room at Embassy Suites Hotel just a few minutes earlier: Frisco's success is a result of standing on the shoulders of those who came before.

Read the Frisco Enterprise News Article.

On Wednesday, June 19, 2019, over business and community leaders gathered for the annual State of the City Luncheon and Panel Discussion, presented by CobbFendly and Texas Health Presbyterian Plano. Panelists included Former Mayor Bob Warren; long-time Frisco business owner and community servant, Sam Roach; Chris Kleinert, CEO of Hunt Consolidated;  and Frisco City Council member, Will Sowell. Closing comments were made by Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney.


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