Gail Cooksey, president of Cooksey Communications, presents a discussion on positive publicity for businesses at the Chamber's March Coffee Break at Glory House Catering in Downtown Irving-Heritage Crossing District.

Gail Cooksey, president of Cooksey Communications, presents a discussion on positive publicity for businesses at the Chamber’s March Coffee Break at Glory House Catering in Downtown Irving-Heritage Crossing District.

The Chamber’s March Coffee Break, a networking event, was hosted by six-time Blue Ribbon Small Business winner Glory House Catering, 109 S. Main St. in Irving, on March 12.

Gail Cooksey, president of Cooksey Communication, is one of Irving’s eight Blue Ribbon small businesses and led a discussion on how to obtain positive publicity and gain positive exposure for 65 businesses in attendance.

Business leaders come together to develop new business relationship and were able to introduce themselves and share information about their companies with other attendees. Businesses are also encouraged to bring door prizes to the networking events, which provides them an extra opportunity to showcase their business and its products.

Independent Bank of Texas, 4300 N. Belt Line Road, sponsored the March Coffee Break. The Chamber’s next networking event is Women’s Alliance, a luncheon from 11: 30 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 9 at La Cima Club.

For more information on upcoming Chamber events or to register, visit http://local.irvingchamber.com/events.

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