Governor to speak at Chamber lunch
The Governor is to discuss the Island’s relationship with the UK at a special lunch next week.
George Fergusson will address the second biannual Bermuda Chamber of Commerce Governor’s Luncheon on Tuesday.
The topic will be, Bermuda and the UK: the Governor’s perspective, and a healthy crowd is expected given the popularity of last year’s event.
Kristi Grayston, president of the Chamber of Commerce, said: “After a sold-out first event we are happy to host a second luncheon following the same format as our very successful first Governor’s Luncheon.
“Two years ago His Excellency spoke to a packed room and we expect the same to be true this time.”
Tickets for the lunch, at Harbourfront restaurant at BUEI, are available from the Chamber of Commerce and cost $100 for members and $125 for non-members.
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