What's On the Menu at Chamber Awards Night
What do delicious Low Country cuisine, a wide variety of liquors, fine jazz, pictures and many of Lexington’s brightest business minds all have in common?
You can find all of them and much more at Chamber Awards Night. The event, which is an opportunity to recognize some outstanding business people and companies, will be held next Thursday February 19 from 6-10 pm at the Lexington Municipal Complex.
“Our Chamber believes that the economic prosperity and vitality of our town and surrounding community is directly related to the successes of both small and large businesses, as well as the many contributions of the up and coming young leaders here,” GLC&VC CEO Randy Halfacre said. “Our award recipients for 2014 will be shining examples to all successful businesses in our great community we call Lexington”
Enjoy delicious Low Country cuisine from Blue Marlin Signature Catering. The menu will include a signature salad made with a spring mix topped with candied pecans, bleu cheese crumbles, and dried cranberries and served with an herb vinaigrette dressing. The main course will be Honey Dijon Chicken, a seared breast, which is oven finished and drizzled with a honey Dijon mustard sauce. This will be served with wild rice and a vegetable medley including asparagus, yellow squash, zucchini, red and green bell peppers, mushrooms and purple onions. Desert will be an assortment of the chef’s choice of cakes and pies.
The night will also include a full bar provided by Ed’s Bartending Service. The liquors will include Smirnoff, Bacardi, Beefeater, Jim Beam, Seagram’s 7 and Cutty Sark. Beer, wine and plenty of mixers will also be available.
Jazz a la Carte will provide the entertainment, and dress for the event is black tie optional.
Southern First Bank is once again the presenting sponsor for Chamber Awards Night.
“We are honored to sponsor the Chamber Awards Night again this year,” said Southern First President F. Justin Strickland. “These companies are comprised of individuals who have the vision and competitive spirit to be successful, recognizing that no matter how large the business may get, it is still a "people" business.”
The selection committee has already met, and the winners have been decided. Can you guess what company got the Large Business of the year Award? Who will win Small Business of the Year? Who will be the next Young Professional of the Year and Ambassador of the Year? Who will get the coveted Mike Till Award?
If you want to be one of the first to find out, make sure you’re there next Thursday night.
Order your tickets now for Chamber Awards Night for just $40. Tickets can also be purchased by calling the Chamber at 359-6113.