North LA chambers travel to State Capitol for Northern Exposure

Northern Exposure event to provide local leaders the chance to interact collectively with decision makers in Baton Rouge 

Representatives of the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce and local business leaders will travel to Baton Rouge tomorrow for Northern Exposure. Northern Exposure is an annual event hosted by the Monroe Chamber of Commerce that has expanded this year to include all of the I-20 corridor.

Northern Exposure is billed as a legislative appreciation forum and reception where representatives from North Louisiana honor their local delegation, while hearing from the heads of various state departments.

“At this event, we’re schedule to speak with Senate President John Alario, Jr. Speaker of the House Taylor Barras, the Secretary of Transportation, Secretary of the Department of Revenue and many more, including Governor John Bel Edwards,” said Dr. Timothy J. Magner, president of the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce. “At the end of the day, we’ll get to show off the amazing cuisine from North Louisiana at the Legislative Reception to all who attend. We’re very excited that Monroe was open to expanding this event and including all of the North Louisiana partners.”

Representatives from the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce, Bossier Chamber of Commerce, Shreveport African American Chamber of Commerce, Greater Minden Chamber of Commerce, Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, West Monroe Chamber of Commerce, and the Monroe Chamber of Commerce are all participating, as well as business owners and leaders from across the top of the state.

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