The Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce (BACC) will host its 2018 Annual Economic Summit, "State of the Barrington Region," on Wednesday, Feb. 7 from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. at Barrington’s White House, 145 W. Main St., Barrington.
The event gathers village officials from 11 surrounding communities to update local business leaders and the community on current economic conditions and what lies ahead for the Barrington area in 2018.
The public is invited. Seating is limited. Cost is $40 for Chamber Members, $50 for guests, and includes a hot breakfast buffet served by Egg Harbor Café.
“This is a premier event that captures where we are, where we have been, and what’s ahead for our region,” said BACC President Suzanne Corr. “We hear first-hand updates on what impacts local business, residents, and the prosperity of our communities.”
Invited panelists include:
- Karen Darch of Barrington
- Martin McLaughlin of Barrington Hills
- Dale Sands of Deer Park
- John Tatooles of Inverness
- Nandia Black of Kildeer
- Kevin Richardson of Lake Barrington
- Bill Jacob of Long Grove
- Albert Pino of North Barrington
- Shannon Yeaton of Port Barrington
- Paula McCombie of South Barrington
- David Parro of Tower Lakes
Speakers will discuss the 2017 year in review, economic development accomplishments, and goals for 2018. The BACC Economic Summit is open to the public; registration is required. Cost is $40 for Chamber Members, $50 for guests, and includes a hot breakfast buffet served by Egg Harbor Café.
The BACC Economic Summit is sponsored by Good Shepherd Hospital.
To register, call the BACC office at 847-381-2525, or email events@barringtonchamber. You can also register online at the BACC website, www.BarringtonChamber.com