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The Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce are hosting a joint Business After Hours on Thursday, Jan. 23, from 5-7 p.m., at WVPT, 298 Port Republic Road, Harrisonburg.

newspaperThis event is an opportunity for chamber members to learn about the non-profit organizations in the area that do so much to make our community a great place to live.

Non-Profits: This event is an opportunity for you to tell your story by setting up an exhibit at the event. The cost to set up a display is:

  • Non-Profits (non-members): $70
  • Non-Profits (Chamber members): $35

Please email Kristi at [email protected] if interested in an exhibit – there are limited spots available.

Parking: Parking will be available in JMU’s R2 lot, across port republic road. A shuttle will run to and from the parking lot and wvpt throughout the evening.

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