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August 9, 2018

Local, state, and Federal Legislators attended the Bristol Chamber of...

Local, state, and Federal Legislators attended the Bristol Chamber of Commerce 6th Annual State of the Cities Luncheon sponsored by Bristol Tennessee Essential Services and Food City on Wednesday. Legislators in attendance included Bristol, Virginia City Council, Bristol, Tennessee City Council, Virginia Delegate Israel O'Quinn, Virginia 9th District U.S. Congressman Morgan Griffith, Tennessee Senator Jon Lundberg, Tennessee Representative John Crawford, Tennessee Representative Timothy Hill, and Tennessee 1st District U.S. Congressman Dr. Phil Roe
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Local, state, and Federal Legislators attended the Bristol Chamber of Commerce 6th Annual State of the Cities Luncheon sponsored by Bristol Tennessee Essential Services and Food City on Wednesday. Legislators in attendance included Bristol, Virginia City Council, Bristol, Tennessee City Council, Virginia Delegate Israel O'Quinn, Virginia 9th District U.S. Congressman ...

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The Bristol Chamber of Commerce is a membership based organization that serves to strengthen the economic base by providing a professional focus on business needs by facilitating a globally competive business environment that leverage economic diversity, build consensus and express the voice of business.Serves as an advocate for business in the areas of Government Relations, Workforce Development, Education Initiatives, Bristol Business Resource Center, Keep Bristol Beautiful, leadership development as well Convention & Visitor Bureau.

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