An Ultimate Fighting Championship contender, the mayor of Mission Viejo, an Olympic gold medalist and five others are scheduled to speak.
Should be a busy hour and a half.
The Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce will hold its inaugural breakfast March 29 at the Mission Viejo Country Club.
The 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. event will feature a number of guest speakers including UFC contender Mark Munoz, Mission Viejo Mayor Frank Ury, US Olympic Gold Medalist Brian Goodell and Orange County Supervisor Pat Bates.
Dave Leckness, city councilmember and member of the chamber's board of directors, said it’s “not going to be easy” fitting all of the speakers into an hour and a half, but he’s going to try.
“It’s going to be filled with powerful messages in a very short amount of time,” Leckness said.
“If you’re doing business in the city of Mission Viejo, or if you want to do business in the city of Mission Viejo, this is a must-attend event."
Other scheduled speakers include:
- Saddleback College President Todd Burnett
- Chairman of the South Orange County Regional Chamber of Commerce Jim Leach
- President of the Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce Karin Krawiec
- Author and business strategist Norm Bour
The cost is $30 for chamber members, $35 for the public and $40 at the door.
Titled “This is Mission Viejo,” the event is at 26200 Country Club Drive.
Organizers ask attendees to arrive at 7 a.m.
Event sponsors include Waste Management, Jaguar, LandRover, At&t, the Toll Roads, Fairhaven Memorial, the city of Mission Viejo and Bottomline Solutions.
For more information, visit http://www.missionviejochamber.com.