Kalispell Chamber Of Commerce Legislative Issues Discussion Luncheon, 12/10, Kalispell, MT

The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce announced today that a panel of employers from Flathead’s top industry sectors will be discussing crucial legislative issues at the upcoming December luncheon on Wednesday, December 10.

The panel will cover a variety of important issues circulating the legislature including liquor laws, tourism, healthcare, wood products, and infrastructure. Attending members include Red Lion Hotel’s general manager Lisa Brown, The Health Center’s Chief Executive Officer, Tate Kreitinger, Kalispell Mayor Mark Johnson, and Fun Beverage’s General Manager Brian Clark. Paul McKenzie, Lands and Resource Manager with FH Stoltze and House Majority Leader Rep. Keith Regier will be in attendance.

"Not only will the December luncheon touch on important legislative issues vital to the community, it will address how these topics will shape Flathead’s driving industry sectors that are essential to Kalispell’s overall economic growth," said Kalispell Chamber President Joe Unterreinner.

The luncheon will be held at the Red Lion Kalispell Center Hotel from 12:00pm to 1:00pm on Wednesday, December 10. The luncheon is open to the public and tickets are $19 each. The public is invited to attend for free, without lunch.

To purchase tickets for the event, visit or call 406-758-2803. For more information or questions, please email [email protected].

About the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau

Since 1904, the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau has been a leading voice in strengthening our community and the business climate in order to make Kalispell and the Flathead Valley an ideal location to live and work. The Chamber consists of 700 businesses and organizations that employ over half of the workforce in Flathead County, Montana.

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