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Cypress Mayor Paulo Morales to present at September Cypress Chamber Networking Breakfast

The Cypress Chamber of Commerce will welcome Cypress Mayor Paulo Morales to our September Networking Breakfast. Our event will be held Tuesday, September 13 at the Residence Inn by Marriott at 4931 Katella Avenue, Cypress/Los Alamitos starting at 7:30
a.m. and will follow all current protocols for attendee safety. Mayor Morales, who is set to end his term on the Cypress city council at the end of 2022, will share a “look back” on his busy and productive eight years on the Cypress City Council. He will also share a preview of his upcoming State if the City Address planned for October.

The mayor is also expected to highlight the numerous city-wide activities that are planned in Cypress for the month of October including the Cypress Community Festival & Business Expo, Cypress 5k/10k Run, The Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast & the regional Women’s Conference. Paulo Morales has been serving on the Cypress City Council since December of 2014 and was re-elected in 2018. This is his second one-year term as Mayor of Cypress. Prior to his council service Paulo had a long and distinguished career serving the City of Cypress on the Cypress Police Department.

In addition, each breakfast attendee will have an opportunity to stand to introduce themselves and share a little about their business before the program begins.

Reservations are highly recommended to secure your spot for the monthly breakfasts and can be made here. Cost of the breakfast is $25.00. Early Bird Registration is $20.00. Attendees are also encouraged to bring door prizes to promote their product or service. The program will include time for live networking, self-introductions, breakfast, our guest speaker and a question and answer session.

The Chamber breakfasts, which are open to the public, are held on the second Tuesday of every month. Space will be limited. To assure your seat, pre-register on the Chamber website.

This article was released by the Cypress Chamber of Commerce.