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ACF Chefs de Cuisine Association

The ACF Chefs de Cuisine Association of St. Louis, Inc. is a non-profit organization of culinary professionals dedicated to furthering the education, certification and camaraderie within our culinary community, and responding to the social and nutritional needs of our community at large.

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Association of Bridal Consultants

As the oldest and largest group of wedding professionals in the world, they have been making wedding dreams come true since 1955. They feel ABC offers the most detailed and comprehensive training in the industry. Also, all ABC members agree to uphold the ABC Code of Ethics and Professional Standards of Membership.

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Cottleville / Weldon Springs Chamber of Commerce

A small but powerful business organization in St. Charles County, we are open to all businesses, including those outside of the immediate area that see a benefit in networking, being active in the community and supporting each other in a way that helps each of us to grow our business and develop professionally.

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Creve Coeur & Olivette Chamber of Commerce

Leading the way, the Chamber of Commerce serves as an indispensable asset to the success of its members and to the community at large. Civic leaders, government officials and the media acknowledge the Chamber as the voice of the Creve Coeur and Olivette business communities. Our Chamber is recognized by the public as an effective catalyst for improving the quality of life for those who visit, work, and live in the Creve Coeur and Olivette communities.

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Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce
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ILEA "International Live Events Association"

As a result of the dedicated and talented effort of this group, the ILEA St. Louis Chapter is over 70 professional members and the largest international student membership in the organization, and a strong board of directors that puts us in the position to serve the industry more meaningfully than ever before and further our educational efforts.

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Les Dames d' Escoffier St. Louis Chapter

The St. Louis Chapter of Les Dames d' Escoffier was formalized in September of 2008 with 25 charter members and today includes 36 women leaders in the food, beverage, hospitality and restaurant management fields.

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Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce

For 35 years, the Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce (MHCC) has served the community offering valuable programs and information to businesses, residents and elected officials. These programs are designed to promote a vibrant and growing regional economy. The Chamber is committed to insuring that Maryland Heights continues to be a desirable and attractive destination for business activity and development.

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Missouri Film Commission

The Missouri Film Commission was created in 1983 to attract film, television, video and cable productions to Missouri, and to promote the growth of the film and video production industry within Missouri. The Commission operates a full-service office devoted to saving filmmakers time, effort and money in arranging a shoot.

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O'Fallon Chamber of Commerce

The O'Fallon Chamber of Commerce & Industries is committed to promoting the economic vitality of O’Fallon and the St. Charles County Region by engaging its members in networking and educational opportunities, while advocating for pro-business public policy.

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Restaurant Trade Association

The restaurant trade association movement traces its roots to Missouri. The forerunner of the restaurant movement in America was the Kansas City Business MenΓÇÖs Association, when in 1916, local operators banded together to resist encroachment on their own businesses.

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St. Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association

The St. Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association (RCGA) has three primary roles: 1) to serve as the regional chamber of commerce for over 4,000 member companies; 2) to serve as the bi-state regionΓÇÖs lead economic development organization; and 3) to investigate and support public policy initiatives that help the region thrive and grow.

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