The Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce will host its 102nd Annual Meeting, presented by Halifax Health, from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4, at Daytona International Speedway, 1801 W. International Speedway Blvd.

The theme for the year is Driving Change . . . Come Along for the Ride!

The event will celebrate the success of the past year, look forward to the year ahead and feature the presentations of the J. Hyatt Brown Enterprise Award, the Glenn Ritchey Leadership Award and a special Chairman’s Award by 2021 Chairman of the Board Len Marinaccio of Bomar Construction.

The honorees are:

•J. Hyatt Brown Enterprise Award, Daytona State College

•Glenn Ritchey Leadership Award, Mary Greenlees of Olivari & Associates

•Chairman’s Award: Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Statuary Fund Inc.

Each award recipient made a tremendous positive impact on the community during the last year.

Mr. Marinaccio will ceremoniously pass the gavel to 2022 Chair Kelly Parsons Kwiatek of Halifax Health. Mr. Marinaccio’s leadership throughout 2021 helped the chamber navigate a challenging business year that saw many changes necessitated by the Covid-19 pandemic. As the chair transitions to Ms. Kwiatek, the organization will look to expand upon the growth and momentum in the region and continue to pursue its mission to advocate for a strong economic and business environment so that member businesses, and the entire business community, can thrive.

Sponsorships as well as group and individual admissions are available. Admission is $125 per member and $175 per non-member.

For sponsorship and group admission information, contact Ken Phelps, Vice President of Resource Development, at (386) 523-3675. Individual admission may be purchased at daytonachamber.com or call Shanna Coley Hughes, program manager, at (386) 523-3672.

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