Central Florida President Update

Dear Members,

We are excited to announce that we are going to be hosting face-to-face meetings again beginning on August 2nd of 2021. The safety and health of all involved will remain our highest priority. Masks and social distancing will be accommodated for those that are not vaccinated. We are asking those that are vaccinated be mindful of those that are not. Everyone’s comfort level will be different, so we will do our best to make everyone feel safe and comfortable.

We are aware that companies all have their own protocols for meetings and sharing meals. We will do our best to be respectful of all the differing approaches. Please be patient throughout the transitional process and we will all get back in the groove together.

We are excited to see the membership in person again and are working hard to deliver a great lineup of speakers and events. We are confident that another year of growth and success for our chapter is on the horizon.  Please mark your calendars and join us throughout the year, we’ll be saving you a seat.

All Best Wishes,

Josh Densberger

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