United Corpus Christi Chamber’s “Members Who Lunch” at Sal’s Bronx Pizza
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS – Every second Wednesday of the month, the United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce teams up with Sal’s Bronx Pizza to host “Members Who Lunch.” The event is hosted, or co-hosted, by one or two businesses who are members of the United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce. The turnout each month is a great indicator that Corpus Christi is definitely open for business.
“Local businesses are the lifeblood of our community, and the Chamber is the best champion and supporter! I love networking with these amazing folks!” said Ashleigh Thomas, of Mortgage Financial Services.
“A great and welcoming networking group. I’ve built great relationships here!” said Irene Burg, of Frost Bank.
Joe Hopkins of the local Hopkins CPA Firm said, “The United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce has brought back unity for the community in this time as we exit pandemic quarantine.”
Jacqueline Romanczyk, President and CEO of Cityof.com said, “The United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce events are a great opportunity to personally meet existing clients and form new connections in a casual setting.”
“Since things have been opening up in the last few months, attendance has increased each month ” remarked Cyndi Munoz Hernandez, co-owner of the new local hot spot All Star – Food – Drinks – Sports on Everhart. All Star hosts a lunch networking event every Tuesday at noon, and the invitation is open to everyone who wants to support local business.
“With the past year and all the challenges it presented, we have seen record turnout in our in-person networking events. This is a clear sign that Corpus Christi is ready to get back in business,” said Efrain Franco Jr., Membership Engagement Director at United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce.