Wednesday, June 29, 2011

UPDATE: State of the City moved to bigger venue

Posted By on Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 2:15 PM

If you weren't one of the lucky ones who got tickets to the State of City Luncheon, you can still watch the speech online.

Here is the relevant info:

Mayor’s State of the City speech to be viewer-friendly

The City Communications Department will make video of Mayor Bach’s State of the City speech easily accessible to the public. Citizens unable to attend or watch the event live will have the ability to view Mayor Bach’s speech in two different video formats:
· Access the video through links on the City website’s homepage—springsgov.com.
· Watch the video when it is re-broadcast on SpringsTV Channel 18, the City public information channel.

In addition, the City will also broadcast the remarks of Council President Scott Hente.

This year’s State of the City Luncheon will take place on Thursday, June 30 at 11:30 a.m. at the Broadmoor Hotel. The Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce estimates Mayor Bach’s first-ever State of the City speech will draw one of the luncheon’s largest crowds in history.
For more information, visit springsgov.com or contact John Leavitt at 385-5242.
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Mayor Steve Bach
  • Mayor Steve Bach

Well, who would have guessed? Mayor Steve Bach's State of the City Luncheon has sold so many tickets that it has had to be moved to a bigger venue. Organizers are asking that you take note of the change if you have signed up for the lunch, which is tomorrow.


DUE TO GREAT DEMAND SEATING ADDED FOR STATE OF CITY

Due to the overwhelming demand for tickets, more seating has been added for the State of the City Luncheon with featured speaker, Mayor Steve Bach, this Thursday, June 30th at The Broadmoor. Please see below for more details.

In order to accommodate the larger audience, please note that the event has also been moved from Broadmoor West to Colorado Hall, located behind the International Center, next to the Golden Bee pub.

The public may reserve seats online by going to The Chamber's website at www.coloradospringschamber.org and clicking on "Calendar of Events."

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