The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce presented the 28th Annual Economic Forecast and Eastern Shore Delegation Forum Luncheon on Thursday, December 17, 2015 at Wor-Wic Community College. Attendees heard first-hand what leading regional economists and business leaders say are the biggest challenges ahead. The Chamber’s 28th Annual Economic Forecast has been designed to help Delmarva businesses plan for the expected economic conditions for the future year ahead. At Noon that day, the Chamber held its annual Eastern Shore Delegation Luncheon featuring our delegates and senators and their thoughts on what will be the “hot button” issues for the 2016 Maryland General Assembly session.
Bond Advisors for Wicomico County presentation – Joseph Mason, Senior Vice President of Davenport & Company
Panel discussion with Moderator Stephanie Willey – SACC Past President & Comcast Spotlight, Bill Burke, Director of Entrepreneurial Activities, Franklin P. Perdue School of Business, Salisbury University, Justin Kelley, President of Impact Technology Group, James McNaughton of AHPharma, Inc., Steve Miller, Tourism Manager of Wicomico County Recreation, Parks & Tourism and Dr. Peggy Naleppa, President of Peninsula Regional Medical Center
“It’s a New Day for Salisbury & Wicomico County” – Keynote presentation – Newt Fowler of Business Transactions Attorney at Womble Carlyle, LLP
Eastern Shore Delegation Forum & Luncheon – Moderator – Robby Sheehan, Deputy Chief of Staff, Director of Government & Community Relations, Office of the President, Salisbury University and Delegate Chris Adams, Delegate Carl Anderton, Delegate Mary Beth Carozza, Senator Adelaide C. Eckardt, Senator James N. Mathias Jr., Delegate Johnny Mautz, Delegate Charles Otto and Delegate Sheree Sample-Hughes