Proud to be Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce headline sponsors

By Cobus Communications | Posted: 9 Feb 2017

Cobus are delighted to be headline sponsors of the forthcoming Hull & Humber Chamber black tie 180th Anniversary Dinner on March 3rd at the Mercure Hull Grange Park Hotel.

Renowned Guest Speaker will be Mr John Hardress Wilfred Lloyd CBE, the hugely talented English television producer and writer best known for his work on comedy television programmes such as Not the Nine O’Clock News, Spitting Image, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Blackadder and QI and British Mezzo Soprano, Olivia Warburton and well known Saxophonist Matthew Smith will be performing throughout the evening with comedy fun provided from Lea Roberts who is a fabulous formal stand-up comedian and after-dinner speaker.

Michael Smith, Cobus Managing Director said “Following over 25-years in business and many years of support to the Chamber we are proud to be headline sponsors to mark this special anniversary within the city of culture year. The Chamber do a fantastic job in promoting the best interests of the local business community and we are looking forward to the forthcoming celebrations”

Ian Kelly, Chamber Chief Executive said “The Chamber is delighted that Cobus Communications have kindly agreed to be Headline Sponsors of our 2017 Annual Dinner, which celebrates 180 years of the Chamber’s existence. Their support of the Chamber, its 1400 Member companies and the Dinner guests is very much appreciated.”

So why not join us for a night full of laughter and live music as we celebrate the Chambers 180th Birthday.

For more information visit Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce
 

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