Vacaville On Display For Visiting VIPs
By Ines Bebea
VACAVILLE - The City of Vacaville and the Vacaville Chamber of Commerce will host a bus tour on Wednesday, to showcase the commercial and retail opportunities the city has to offer to potential businesses.
Participants of the VIP Day, will get an opportunity to learn about the current developments in Vacaville such as the expansion project for Genentech and the Kaiser Hospital, as well as what opportunities may be available to them.
The theme for the event is Get Connected, and it will serve as a forum to bring together brokers and developers with officials and local businesses.
"The city tour will allow our guests first hand views of Vacaville," said Mike Palombo, economic development manager for the City of Vacaville. "It's a great way to get your questions answered and get connected to a community who is eager to do business with you."
Luis Belmonte, a retired executive from AMB, a global developing and industrial real estate owning firm based in San Francisco, will serve as the keynote speaker during the lunch. Belmonte is a renowned real estate expert, who will discuss trends and the future outlook of the industry.
The networking sessions and the luncheon will be held at the Nut Tree Family Park n Vacaville. The event is expected to attract over 200 people including city officials and business leaders.
Cost is $40 per person, for more information call the Vacaville Chamber of Commerce at 448-6424.
Reach Ines Bebea at 427-6934 or email@example.com.
At a glance
Who: City of Vacaville and the Vacaville Chamber of Commerce
What: VIP Day to showcase Vacaville
When: May 16
Where: Nut Tree Park
Cost: $40 per person
Info: Vacaville Chamber of Commerce, 448-6424
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