A must attend annual event regularly attracting over 750 business leaders and officials to celebrate the accomplishments of the chamber and support the Board leadership. High profile speakers and/or entertainment are the cornerstone of the event.
100th Annual Dinner Meeting presented by Halifax Health
Daytona Beach, FL - The 100th Annual Dinner Meeting of the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce presented by Halifax Health will be a night of celebration, entertainment, and fun. The centennial celebration will be held Thursday, January 30 from 5:30-9:00 p.m. at the Ocean Center.
In keeping with the celebratory theme of the night, the featured entertainer for the evening will dazzle your eyes and make you not believe what you are seeing.
Mentalist and magician Kevin Viner has been featured on TV shows such as Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Masters of Illusion, and Don't Blink. Additionally, Viner has performed for corporate audiences such as Google, Starbucks, Intel, and more.
In addition to an entertaining performance by Viner, the Daytona Regional Chamber will present two prestigious awards, the J. Hyatt Brown Enterprise Award and the Glenn Ritchey Award.
The J. Hyatt Brown Enterprise Award will be presented to Team Volusia Economic Development Corporation. Team Volusia is a public/private not-for-profit corporation, founded in late 2010 whose primary mission is to market and recruit business from outside the area to Volusia County.
The recipients of the Glenn Ritchey Leadership Award for 2019 are Michelle Carter and Vince Carter.
Michelle V. Carter is Executive Director of Vince Carter’s Embassy of Hope Foundation, Chief Executive Officer of Visions in Flight, Inc., and Chief Operating Officer of Flight XV, LLC. Dr. Carter has passionately served and financially supported Bethune Cookman University, Children’s Home Society, Halifax Humane Society, Halifax Urban Ministries, Habitat for Humanity and many other local organizations.
Vince Carter is an alumnus of Mainland High School, was fifth pick in the 1998 NBA draft, and is currently playing for the Atlanta Hawks. He recently made NBA history as the first player to appear in four different decades. While impressive in the sports world, his contributions to our community and his passion for youth are what sets him apart. His name adorns the gym at his high school alma mater. Carter has been recognized as Child Advocate of the Year by the Children’s Home Society (2000) and he received the Governor’s Points of Light Award (2007) for his contributions to his home State.
Tables and sponsorships for the 100th Annual Dinner Meeting presented by Halifax Health are available. Individual admission is $125 per person for Daytona Regional Chamber members and $175 for non-members. Please contact Events Director Morgan Baer at (386) 523-3672 or visit DaytonaChamber.com for more information on sponsorships, tables, or admissions.