Iowa Road Use Tax Fund To Be Discussed By Chambers
The Des Moines Downtown Chamber, the Des Moines East & South Chamber, and the Des Moines West Side Chamber, are hosting a panel discussion on Thursday, Feb. 12, 4-5:30 p.m. at Java Joe’s Coffeehouse, 214 4th Street, Des Moines, IA. The event is designed for chamber members to ask questions and participate in a discussion on the topic of the Iowa Road Use Tax Fund. Registration information can be found at DesMoinesDowntownChamber.com.
The event this Thursday features panelists Paul Trombino III, Director, Iowa Department of Transportation; Michael G. Kulik, Attorney, Davis Brown Law Firm; and Scott D. Newhard, Executive Vice-President, Associated General Contractors of Iowa. The event will be moderated by Phil Wise, Government Relations Chair, Des Moines West Side Chamber.
This legislative coffee is part of an ongoing series, hosted jointly by the three chambers, and aimed at offering chamber members access to the leadership, experts, and government representatives on various topics affecting the Greater Des Moines (DSM) business community. Legislative coffees are free to attend, and attendees are encouraged to ask questions and actively participate in the discussion during the event.
About the Des Moines West Side Chamber
The Des Moines West Side Chamber was established in 2008 and currently serves over 150 business members located in and around the Ingersoll Avenue, Grand Avenue, Drake, Merle Hay, and Beaverdale neighborhoods. More information can be found at DesMoinesWestSideChamber.org.
About the Des Moines Downtown Chamber
The mission of the Des Moines Downtown Chamber is to make Connections that Count.
By increasing downtown business to business interaction the Downtown Chamber connects you to the people and resources that will make you successful. The Downtown Chamber was established in 2008 and currently serves over 200 business members in the downtown and surrounding metro area. More information can be found at DesMoinesDowntownChamber.com
About Des Moines East and South Chamber of Commerce
In an effort to better serve our members, the East and South Des Moines Chambers of Commerce have merged, essentially giving our current and prospective members the benefit of two memberships for the price of one. Together the Chambers presently serve over 300 business members. The Chambers are an affiliate of the Greater Des Moines Partnership. For more information about the Des Moines East and South Chambers of Commerce, please visit dsmeastsouthchamber.org.