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RI Breakfast Series - February Meeting will host Lt. Governor Daniel McKee
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The RI Breakfast Series will feature Lt. Governor Daniel J. McKee as the February event Guest Speaker. Registration cost: $40 for members, $65 for non-members of the association

2/7/2018
When: Wednesday, February 7, 2018
7:30 AM
Where: Marriott Providence Hotel Downtown
1 Orms Street
Providence, Rhode Island  02904
United States
Contact: Sophia Kambanis
(781) 890-9070 x227


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Join us and listen to the Lt. Governor's informative presentation on:

  • Lowering electric costs for RI families and businesses: Lt. Governor McKee will outline his 2018 legislative and regulatory initiatives aimed at lowering electric costs in the state.
  • Accessing workforce training dollars: Lt. Governor McKee will discuss his efforts to make workforce training dollars more accessible to local businesses.
  • Launching the Lt. Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge: Lt. Governor McKee will discuss the Lt. Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge (LGEC). The LGEC is a business pitch competition aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship in students at a young age and promoting business ownership here in the Ocean State. Through this program, high school students compete for scholarships to in-state post-secondary institutions.

He Lt. Governor is a lifelong Rhode Islander who ran for lieutenant governor to strengthen our public schools, build solvent communities and create a healthier small business climate throughout the state. His background is deeply rooted in small business. His family owns and operates a small oil company in Cumberland that began back in 1900 as an ice business. Dan also ran a health club in Woonsocket for many years.

 

In addition to a background in business, Dan served as Mayor in the Town of Cumberland for 12 years. As mayor, his record was one of strong fiscal management, visionary education initiatives and thoughtful economic development. Since taking office in 2015, Dan has visited hundreds of small businesses to hear their concerns and identify short and long-term solutions to their problems. As lieutenant governor, Dan has also been a driving force in lowering energy costs for Rhode Island families and business. 

 

Location:

Marriott Providence Hotel Downtown, 1 Orms Street, Providence, RI 02904

 

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