Congresswoman Schrier to host Zoom meeting for local businesses

You must first register for the July 20 event to get the Zoom link.

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This Monday, July 20, Congresswoman Kim Schrier is hosting a zoom meeting with any Plateau businesses that would like to participate in order to get a feel for how businesses are doing in our area.

The meeting is expected to start at 11 a.m.

Chamber CEO Troy Couch will be giving a brief overall assessment of Enumclaw businesses before business owners are invited to join the conversation and let her know your specific situation or communicate any concerns and needs.

To attend, first register using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtf—rrDkpHdaxN-WxZvL0Y4Axh2sPNj0R

Registering for the event includes a short registration form where people can ask questions ahead of time. Couch and Schrier will also take live questions day of. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Depending on how many people register, the Chamber will either just open it up for questions or facilitate more formally using the chat box.


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