PROMOTING THE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INDUSTRY IN ALASKA
The Building Owners and Managers Association of Anchorage (BOMA Anchorage)
ANCHORAGE – Who is BOMA Anchorage? What do they do? Join the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce and Doug Lamkin, President of BOMA Anchorage, at "Make it Monday" to learn about their advocacy efforts, community support initiatives, and scholarship program.
BOMA Anchorage is an organization of commercial property owners, managers, leasing agents and allied professionals with an interest in promoting the professional, educational and legislative interests of the commercial property industry in the State of Alaska.
The local chapter was established in 1983, and currently represents over 40 million square feet of commercial property in the Municipality of Anchorage. Their membership represents a cross section of the Commercial Real Estate Industry in Alaska, with members in Anchorage, and as far north as Fairbanks and south to Juneau.
The “Make it Monday” forum will be held at the Egan Center from Noon to 1 pm. Doors open at 11:30 am. General admission is $35. $30 for Anchorage Chamber members ($32 at the door), and $15 for students with a valid ID. Lunch is provided with admission. To register for the event, visit AnchorageChamber.org or call (907) 272-2401.
The Anchorage Chamber's "Make it Monday" forum is the city's No. 1 weekly luncheon, offering current and relevant educational presentations from a variety of speakers. More than 45 programs are provided annually with the number of attendees ranging from 50 up to as many as 150 a week.
ABOUT THE ANCHORAGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Anchorage Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit, member-driven business organization with more than 900 members representing more than 54,000 employees. For over 100 years, the Anchorage Chamber has served as a resource where members can gain business knowledge, insight and strength. More information about the Anchorage Chamber is available at AnchorageChamber.org or by calling (907) 272-2401.