WINDY CITY TIMES
||LGBT Chamber of Commerce holding 25th-anniv. gala Dec. 7
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The LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois will come together with sponsors, corporate partners, members and friends to celebrate its 25th anniversary with a gala.
The gala (dress code: cocktail chic) will take place Tuesday, Dec. 7, 7-10 p.m., at The Old Post Office, 433 W. Van Buren St. Guests will enjoy networking, food stations, cocktails, and a night of celebrating LGBTQ+ business success.
Members and corporate partners will be acknowledged through the organization's annual awards program.
All guests will be required to be vaccinated or will have to present a negative COVID-19 test from within the previous 72 hours (three days).
Tickets are $115-$130 each. Visit business.lgbtcc.com/events/details/25th-anniversary-gala-4523.
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