Governor Nixon speaks at July 25 luncheon

July 29, 2012 by  

Members of the Saint Louis Regional Chamber & Growth Association had a first-class event lined up for them in July through the 2012 Public Policy Speaker Series. With Missouri Governor Jay Nixon being featured as guest speaker, it goes without saying that brochure printers had probably been tapped for their printing services here.

At noon on July 25, Governor Nixon spoke on the subjects that matter the most to the professional community today, particularly the direction of the economy and the manufacturing of jobs. Taking his usual manner into consideration, he is very unlikely to have pulled any punches during this honest and open discussion on how the state of Missouri will be tackling these important issues.

Put simply, this informative session cannot have disappointed on any level. With the price having been set at $35 for registered members, it is worth noting that the engagement was definitely within range for individuals who were thinking about making the trip from St. Ann. After all, businesspeople and career-oriented individuals had up until July 20 to register for the month’s installment of the Public Policy Speaker Series.

Nixon has held the position of Governor of Missouri since his election in 2008. Before this, he served as the state’s Attorney General. Having been involved in politics for 25 years, his experience and knowledge will have made the talk well worth hearing for those in attendance.

By hosting this interesting and content-filled event, the Chamber has raised expectations once again.