TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Who doesn’t appreciate a free lunch?
The Terre Haute Chamber offered just that Wednesday afternoon, inviting the whole community for chamber appreciation week.
It was a celebration of the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce.
This week marks their 100th anniversary.
Lots of people were on hand for free hot dogs, sodas, and cookies.
It's a way of saying thanks for the last 100 years, and looking forward to all that's ahead.
“We're just excited about our next 100 years. And we're proud of what we've done the last 100. We hope everyone wants to get involved and work with us as we go forward,” Ken Brengle, President of the Terre Haute Chamber said.
The Mayor made a statement himself at the celebration, and the governor of Indiana also offered a statement that was read at today's free lunch.
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