2021 Virtual Danbury Mayoral Debate Tomorrow!

The Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 2021 Virtual Danbury Mayoral Debate scheduled for Wednesday, October 13 at 7:00pm.

Chamber President and CEO PJ Prunty says the debate is between the City of Danbury Mayoral candidates Democrat Roberto Alves and Republican Dean Esposito. The Chamber founded in 1914 has a long-standing tradition of hosting Mayoral debates. After a hiatus, the Chamber started hosting the debate again in 2019. Board Members and Staff formulate questions of interest for local Danbury business owners and employer.

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“This is an important election for Danbury - as for the first time in 20 years - we do not have an incumbent running. Chamber Members have a keen interest in the success of the City of Danbury being a good place to own a business, recruit talent and serve their customers,” said President Prunty. The event is sponsored by Collins Hannifan, P.C.. Moderator Harry Carey-Director of External Affairs for AT&T Connecticut will ask the candidates questions and assure that each candidate is given ample time to answer. This year's event will be virtual and requires interested parties to register via the Chamber website www.danburychamber.com.  Registration is free and is limited to first come first serve. Registered participants will receive a secure zoom link prior to the event.

The Chamber is holding the Chamber Annual Meeting on Tuesday, October 5th at 8:30am. This will also be held virtually. This year's guest speaker is David Lehman. David Lehman serves as the Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD), the state agency that oversees a wide range of programs promoting business growth, brownfield redevelopment, the arts, historic preservation, and tourism. To purchase tickets, visit www.danburychamber.com.


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