Legislative Breakfast Series - Minnesota’s Premier Legislative and Political Forum

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The TwinWest Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Breakfast series is Minnesota’s premier legislative and political forum.  Each breakfast unites compelling, well-known speakers and state legislators with more than 150 business leaders from across the Twin Cities.

The series strikes a balance between public policy and intriguing dialogue while presenting the opportunity to develop strong relationships with legislators and public officials.

Some of the big names and featured topics from past Legislative Breakfasts include: Governor Mark Dayton; a session preview with House and Senate Majority and Minority Leaders; Health and Human Services Commissioner Mike Rothman; Met Council Chair Susan Haigh; Congressman Erik Paulsen; Political Party Chairs; and the always entertaining and insightful session wrap-up panel with moderator Tom Hauser from KSTP’s “At Issue.”Due to the popularity of the Legislative Breakfast programs you may be interested in learning more about or securing a sponsorship to market your business or organization to TwinWest members.

Political Junkie?  Fiscal Hawk?  Just Plain Curious? Now’s the Time to Buy your Legislative Breakfast Series Pass or Register for an Upcoming Breakfast!

As a series pass holder you save 10% on the entire Legislative Breakfast series and it guarantees you a seat at all 10 breakfasts throughout the year.  A series pass will, once again, be available for only $270 for members.

Series passes are transferable, so if you can’t make it to one of the breakfasts, you may assign it to a friend or colleague.  Just contact us in advance so we can make the change.  Purchase your 2013-2014 Series Pass here.

Individual Legislative Breakfast tickets may be purchased by Chamber members for only $30. To register for the Legislative Breakfast series pass, or a specific breakfast, visit www.twinwest.com/events or call the TwinWest office at (763) 450-2220.  Cancellations must be received 48 hours prior to the event for a refund. All no-shows will be billed. Substitutes are accepted.

Get Your Business in Front of TwinWest's Movers and Shakers by Becoming a Monthly Legislative Breakfast Sponsor!

Get your name in front of 150 attendees and support our high profile Legislative Breakfast events. Monthly sponsorships available for $400 and include recognition at the event, the ability to place items on tables, pre and post-event publicity, and two breakfast passes.  Check out package sponsorships here.

Save These Dates

TwinWest’s 2013-2014 Legislative Breakfasts are held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Minneapolis - Park Place, 1500 Park Place Blvd., St. Louis Park.

Breakfasts run from 7:30 – 9:00 a.m., one Friday each month from September through June.

The 2013-2014 schedule is as follows:

September 13, October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, February 14, March 14, April 11, May 9, June 13.

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  Dates are subject to change.  Please watch for updates and more information in weekly emails, or call the Chamber at 763.450.2220 or visit www.twinwest.com.


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