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“A Royal Affair” — Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce Annual Ball

April 20, 2017 11:11 pm0 commentsViews: 30
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It was a sparkling and spirited evening at the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce’s royal-themed Bucks County Ball on April 1. Guests of the annual gala, held at the Radisson Hotel in Trevose, PA, walked the red carpet, had their photos taken and stepped into a regally decorated ballroom fit for a king or queen.

This party with a purpose was an evening of mingling with almost 200 business professionals as well as Renaissance Faire guests, dancing, having caricatures drawn, gaming, and enjoying specialty drinks such as “The Queen of Hearts”. “It was a fun filled evening at this year’s signature event,” said Board Chair Suzy Buhler of McCafferty Auto, the event’s Grand Sponsor. “The Bucks County Ball is a perfect opportunity to catch up with some old friends and to meet a few new ones, too.”

The royal feast included delicious selections for dinner followed by a dessert table of assorted sweets. “What an amazing night at our 5th Annual Bucks County Ball,” said LBCCC President Amy M.B. McKenna. “It was absolutely a Royal Affair. Thank you to all of our sponsors, committee members, staff, and attendees. This was definitely a party with a purpose to be remembered! Business relationships were being created and strengthened while enjoying dinner, dancing, gaming live music, Renaissance guests and more.”

Photo, L-R: United States Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick; LBCCC President Amy M.B. McKenna; State Representative Frank Farry; Bucks County District Attorney, Matt Weintraub and his wife, Kathleen; Todd Buch of Buch Enterprises; and LBCCC Board Chair and Executive Assistant at McCafferty Auto Group, Suzy Buehler. (Photo by Lynn Goodwin)

The Lower Bucks Chamber of Commerce is the oldest Chamber in Bucks County established in 1958. What began 59 years ago with a charter membership of 257 members, has since grown into a powerful operation and resource for our membership of over 1,000 companies in the Lower Bucks and surrounding areas.  With over 50 events and programs per year, the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce provides networking opportunities, advocates for our members, provides resources and promotes tourism and economic development.

Visit www.lbccc.org

 

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