January 29, 2010 - Project 100 Centennial Lounge @ "Amethyst"
Beneficiary: Greater Ft Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Project 100
Entertainment: Sixth Star Entertainment & Larry Johnson
Steering Committee: Fred Johnson, Brad Minto, Dan Lindblade, Ray Birbilis, Dr. Natalia Benda, Tommy Knapp, Tiffany Refsnider, Mark Corbett, Romina Sifuentes, Lee Feldman, Dr. Jason Shapiro, James Constintine, Jerry Johnson, Steve Wherry, Maura Rossi, Jen Klaassens, Gregg Sjoquist, Jim Norton, Tony Beall, Brooke Levin, Gerrard Andrews, Gary Weston, Jen Batchelor, David Charles Rost, Bob Tuthill, Clifton Steele, Phil DiBiasi, Susan Rindley, Zach Finn, Adam Kayce ,
Blacktie Photos by: Ginny Fujino, Blacktie-Southflorida
To Grow Our Business Community’s Awareness of the Strength and Value of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce.
About PROJECT 100
As the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce approaches its 100th year in service to the community, local leaders banded together to create an epic centennial celebration to commemorate. What started out as an event planning committee for the special occasion, has evolved into what is now a team of experts challenged with redesigning the Chamber from the ground up. The plan will not only include a physical transformation of the Chamber itself, it will also provide creative solutions to upgrade affiliate benefits and drive membership. The masterminds behind this undertaking are known as Project 100.
About the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce
Since 1910, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce has been committed to serving the business community and helping to promote future economic growth and development. One of the many jobs of the GFLCC is to provide members with networking opportunities. Aside from weekly, monthly and annual events, GFLCC currently works with four leads groups and organizes community events known as Business Perks, Business After Hours, and Area Council Luncheons. At the GFLCC, community and economic growth are of the utmost importance, which is why they have a variety of programs and councils that take charge in bettering the Fort Lauderdale area. Please visit www.ftlchamber.com for more.