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LEWISBURG(WVVA)-The Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce and US Cellular will host the June Business After Hours event on Thursday, June 16 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 518 North Jefferson to celebrate their relocation to a larger facility.  Numerous door prizes and a 6 PM ribbon cutting will celebrate the new 3,431 square foot facility.

"We designed the new location with our customers in mind, "said Dee Taylor, director of sales for U. S. Cellular in Mid Atlantic.  "Our customers asked for a reception area, a service center with an on-site technician, additional work stations and extended hours." 

Weather permitting, the parking area across from Applebee's will be transformed into an outdoor party area for Chamber of Commerce guests.  Refreshments will be served and door prizes awarded.  The Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce currently serves a membership of 338 and growing.  They provide marketing, training and advocacy  programming for the Greater Greenbrier Valley business community.  Monthly activities include Business After Hours to showcase a members business and provide excellent networking and marketing opportunities for the membership.  For more information about the Chamber or to RSVP for the June Business After Hours go to  their website and click on the upcoming event or call 304-645-2818.  

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