MASON COUNTY — The 67th Annual Dinner of the Mason County Chamber of Commerce is set and will feature keynote speaker Jim Justice, owner of the Greenbrier Resort.
Set for April 2 at the Point Pleasant Junior Senior High School, the evening will begin with a reception from 6-6:45 p.m., sponsored by Peoples Bank. Following the reception will be Justice’s address and then the awards ceremony, followed by dinner at 8 p.m. The evening will conclude with door prizes.
As the owner of the Greenbrier Resort, Justice is also the founder of the PGA Golf tournament held there each July. He owns coals mines in Virginia, Kentucky and Virginia and his massive agricultural operations continue today under the parent James C. Justice Companies, Inc.
In addition, Justice also works to carry on his family’s tradition of being major supporters of youth programs in Southern West Virginia. He has coached basketball teams of all ages for 25 years and is currently the head girls’ basketball coach at Greenbrier East High School. The list of his many accomplishments and charitable endeavors are endless.
“We look forward to hearing his captivating talk regarding business in West Virginia and his formula for success,” said Chamber Executive Director Hilda Austin.
Also according to Austin, the awards ceremony will showcase businesses and individuals who have made positive contributions through community improvement during the past year.
Tickets for the evening are $50 for individuals, or tables for eight may be purchased until March 22 for $350. Half tables for four are also available for $180. Please call or email Austin to RSVP or to obtain additional information at 304-675-1050 or email@example.com.