Monday, February 04, 2008

Power Breakfast Will Shine Spotlight on Fairfield

Power Breakfast Will Shine Spotlight on Fairfield

The East Bay Business Times will kick off its 2008 Growth Cities’ series on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 8am with the Fairfield Power Breakfast.

The Fairfield business community is urged to attend.

This event, scheduled for the Hilton Garden Inn on 2200 Gateway Court, will be built around a dynamic panel discussion. The four persons comprising the panel are Mayor Harry T. Price, former mayor and current Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District president Gary Falati, Lewis Development Corp Vice President Bill Mellerup and Cushman & Wakefield commercial real estate broker, Matt Bracco.

The event will include audience participation from start to finish, so come prepared with your comments and questions.

Fairfield – already home to major companies such as Anheuser-Busch, Jelly Belly and Clorox – is positioning itself as the next premium location for office and industrial space in the Bay Area. Its 12-year supply of industrial land, access to major freeways and proximity to the region’s seaports and airports lend credence to the aspirations of our 106,000 person municipality.

The city has established itself as a center of food- and beverage-related businesses, but is also the retail center of Solano County. What’s more, the city is pursuing opportunities to become a biotechnology center.

There is much more to the Fairfield story. Join the discussion. Register for this event now by calling Kristina Zolnar at 925-598-1457. Or, you can send an e-mail to

Tickets are $65 each; company-sponsored tables of 10 with premium seating cost $750 apiece. Seating is limited so buy your tickets now.

In addition to the event, the Business Times is publishing a special focus section about Fairfield in its Feb. 1 edition.

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