February
2017

2017 Tuesday Legislative Briefings | West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Charleston, WV


2017 Tuesday Legislative Briefings

Date: 2/21/2017 TO 3/7/2017
Time: 7:30 AM TO 8:30 AM

Charleston Marriott-Town Center
200 Lee Street East
Charleston, WV 25301


Phone:
(304) 342-1115



Event Description:

The 2017 West Virginia Chamber Legislative Briefing Breakfasts will be held on the Tuesday mornings of February 21, February 28, and March 7 at the Charleston Marriott Town Center.  Breakfast is served at 7:30am, with the program at 8:00am and adjournment at 8:30am.  These breakfasts provide an excellent opportunity to hear key legislative leaders discuss the most pressing issues at the Capitol.  Topics for this year's breakfasts are as follows:

February 21 - Legislative Leadership Overview

February 28 - Oil & Gas Development in West Virginia

March 7 - Tax Reform & State Budget

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Directions:

From I-77 North: take Exit 100, Leon Sullivan Way, at light, take a Right on to Washington St. - Hotel is 5 blocks on the left. From I-64 East: take Exit 58C, Lee St, at light make a Right on Lee St. - Hotel is 3 blocks on the left.

 

From I-77 South / I-79 South: take Exit 58C, Washington St, at second light make a left onto Lee St. - Hotel is 3 blocks on the left.




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EVENT SPONSORS

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BrickStreet Mutual Insurance Company
EQT Corporation
Gold Sponsor
Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC
Noble Energy Inc.
Silver Sponsor
Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
Antero Resources Corporation
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