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Letter from The Chair

The world meets here… in Miami Beach. Tourists come to Miami Beach from all corners of the Earth. They are residing in our boutique, highly specialized historic hotels, purchasing real estate, shopping in our local retail stores, and dining in our fine restaurants. But most of all, they are here to enjoy our culture! Yes, that’s right, we do have our own unique culture. We have always had it but it has just become bigger, better and the world has figured it out! A mix of the perfect weather, the most beautiful beaches, the greatest restaurants, fabulous shopping, incredible hotels, and non-stop entertainment all surrounded by the arts. It’s everywhere! Beautiful museums, art deco architecture, artfilled galleries, theatre, ballet, symphony— all in walking distance to the sand.

On June 1st, the Chamber’s 91st Annual Dinner Gala and Silent Auction celebrates Miami Beach’s status as a world-class city and an entertainment capital. This year we honor Michael Aller, Phil Goldfarb, Phillip and Patricia Frost and Alberto Carvalho, all of whom have made incomparable contributions to the greater Miami Beach community. We are so pleased to have the opportunity recognize their accomplishments

The Gala is just one more example of how the Chamber provides incredible opportunities to network with and meet great people, build long lasting relationships,promote your business and establish remarkable friendships. The Chamber staff is committed to excellence and provides the highest level of service to its members.

Membership in the Chamber is powerful and opens a door to some of the greatest opportunities. I challenge all members to find at least one council to get involved in. Come to the meetings, get to know the other members, get involved, and contribute and share something special. The more you put in, the more you will get out.

If you are not already a member of our dynamic chamber, I encourage you to come and experience the power of membership!

At your service,

Alan A. Lips

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