Event Phone: 401-732-1100

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  • August 12, 2021
    8:00 am - 9:00 am

We look forward to seeing you. 
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Connections are crucial for your business 
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Increase your market visibility, develop relationships with like-minded businesses and build a sense of camaraderie that can help move business forward.  Join us at the newest branch of Navigant Credit Union. Make new connections, strengthen existing relationships, share who you are and explore ways you might work together.
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Plus – one lucky attendee will receive a $25 Gift Certificate to a Central Rhode Island Chamber Member Business of your choice!  Must be present to win.
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Registration available online until Wednesday, August 11th at 4 pm.  Tickets available at the door.

Please note: Events must be paid prior to, or at event. The Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Inc. advises all to drink responsibly.
If you, or any of your guests, have food allergies or special dietary restrictions please notify us within 48 hours of the event so accommodations can be made. Persons registered for an event will be charged unless cancellation notice is given to the Chamber 72 hours in advance.

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 401-223-4700

Venue Website:

Address:
200 Phenix Avenue, Cranston, Rhode Island, 02920, United States

Description:

Lobby Hours + Drive-up Hours

From the very beginning, our mission has been to improve the financial lives of our members throughout Rhode Island. We are committed to the financial well being of the families, businesses and communities we have proudly been serving for over 106 years.

Now at more than $2.7 billion in assets, Navigant Credit Union is among the largest credit unions in Rhode Island and one of the strongest in the country, yet we still maintain our community-driven values.

Those values—and our belief in putting people first—are just a few of the reasons why Navigant Credit Union was named “Rhode Island’s #1 Best Place to Work 2020” for the 6th consecutive year by the Providence Business News.