The Chamber of Commerce and the Water Authority invites members, guests and Water Authority customers to attend a special Business After Hours to celebrate 25 years of service.
Rescheduled from last November, the event will take place at the Water Authority Administration Building on Red Gate Road on Thursday, 8 January from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Members and guests will learn about the importance of water conservation at the event which is themed ‘Using Water Wisely.’
Doubling as a customer appreciation evening, the event will also be used to officially introduce Water Authority gift certificates and the Water Authority’s 25th anniversary commemorative stamp which was released in late 2008.
The National Trust will also participate in the event and will have on hand DVDs of the documentary ‘The History of Water in the Cayman Islands’ for those wishing to obtain a copy for a nominal donation.
Water Authority Director Dr. Gelia Frederick-van Genderen also serves on the Chamber Council.
‘This is a wonderful opportunity for the Water Authority to celebrate 25 years of service with its customers and show support for the Chamber,’ said Dr. Frederick-van Genderen. ‘I encourage all Chamber members to come and network at our Business After Hours as they learn more about the Water Authority.’
Business After Hours is one of the Chamber’s most popular networking and social events for its membership with between 100 and 300 members and guests attending. Business professionals are encouraged to attend these events to visit and support local businesses as well as to interact with clients, colleagues and potential customers in an informal setting.
For more information about how your business can host a Business After Hours, contact Mrs. Joanne Diaz-Berry, Programmes and Events Manager at [email protected]