Established in 1982, the Seminole Hob Nob is a political networking event attended by candidates running for office and key business and community leaders in Central Florida.
This event gives you the unique opportunity to meet and greet with those leaders who will shape our future.
You will have an impressive format to make sure you are informed in your choices in the upcoming elections.
We will be holding a straw ballot where you can vote for your favorite candidates!
Delicious food and great drinks will also be available.
Thursday, July 9th, 2020
4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Westin Lake Mary Orlando North
2974 International Pkwy.
Lake Mary, FL 32746
Heavy hors d'oeuvres and cash bar
Individual Ticket: $25
12-Pack of Tickets: $275
Candidate Table: $395
Tickets purchased after July 1st will be available at Will Call or you can call the Chamber office to arrange pick up at 407-708-4600.
(The chamber does not support or endorse any individual candidate. All candidates who are qualified for the 2020 election were invited to participate.)
Jason Brodeur, State Senate, District 9
Andria Herr, Seminole County Commission, District 5
Marc Jones, 18th Circuit Court Judge, Group 21
Jessica Damoth, County Court Judge, Group 6
Wayne Culver, County Court Judge, Group 6
CANDIDATE BOOTHS LAYOUT (You will be able to choose your location when checking out):
This layout is subject to change depending on the current CDC guidelines set in place at the time of the event.
Booth Questions? Please Email Jessica Peters at email@example.com.
Thank You to Our Sponsors:
Alan Byrd and Associates
The SEMINOLE HOB NOB - established in 1982 - is a political networking event attended by candidates running for office in 2020 and key business and community leaders in Central Florida.
*Tickets are non-refundable*
DISCLAIMER: The Seminole County Chamber is a Florida Not For Profit Corporation. The Chamber is not affiliated with any candidate or political party. Hosting of political forums, debates and the Political Hob Nob, is for the purpose of educating Chamber members regarding issues and candidates for office that may affect their businesses and quality of life. It is for members and attendees to use these events for educational purposes and decide on their own the candidates and/or issues they wish to support or oppose. Any endorsement, statement of support/opposition or other use of the Chamber's name, logo or the name or logos of events hosted by the Chamber are expressly prohibited.
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