Chamber hosts Jingle Mingle

On Friday, December 9 – the Chamber will be hosting their third annual Jingle Mingle at the newly renovated Days Inn.

The Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce is looking to provide some holiday cheer.

On Friday, December 9 the Chamber will be hosting their third annual Jingle Mingle at the newly renovated Days Inn.

Organizer Denise Williams is pleased to put this event on for Chamber members for the third consecutive year.

“Typically, we have around 60-100 people come out to the event,” she said. “This year we have combined it with a general meeting and an update from the Town of Sylvan Lake.”

Williams added that the event is intended to celebrate the achievements of the Chamber and its members throughout the 2016 year. She is excited for the Days Inn to host this year’s final mixer.

“The Days Inn is under new management and went through a great deal to renovate the building,” she said. “It looks absolutely beautiful and the event is an opportunity for the business community to come out and check out the facelift.”

The event is free for members and will feature wine, appetizers and door prices. The Chamber will also be giving out an Acer Chromebook to members who renew their Chamber of Commerce membership by December 5.

The Days Inn is located at 5004, 33rd Street and you can RSVP for the event by emailing The event currently has 65 RSVPs but the venue can accommodate more.

“I hope everyone can come out please do,” Williams added.


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