Princeton-Lowry Crossing Chamber of Commerce Newsletter
Just a quick note to keep you in the loop with all the exciting events happening this month!

First up, mark your calendars for the "State of the District" presentation by Superintendent Donald McIntyre. It's happening on May 8th at the Chamber Luncheon. Remember, registration is required, so secure your spot ASAP through the link provided below. Seats are limited and this event always fills up fast!

Next, get ready for a night of fun at our Annual Banquet/Casino Night on Friday, May 17th, at The Cinnamon Barn. Grab your tickets now to avoid the door price increase. We've got a fantastic lineup planned, including live music by Broken Code, delicious dinner, dancing, and casino games, along with a silent auction.

Don't miss our Business & Breakfast event on May 21st, followed by Bridge the Gap on May 23rd.

Finally, if you'd like to join us in honoring our Veterans for Memorial Day, we'll be placing flags at the Princeton Cemetery on May 24th at 9am. Your participation would mean a lot to us!

Thank you for your continued support, and we hope to see you at these events!

Warmest regards,

Christi Houston
President/CEO
May Meetings and Events
If you would like to help the Chamber place flags for Veterans at the Princeton Cemetery on Friday, May 24th, just show up at 9 am on Yorkshire Dr. Your help would be appreciated.
Welcome New Chamber Members


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Princeton, TX 75407
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Princeton, TX 75407
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Recent News and Events
Officer Dominguez began her career with the Princeton Police Department on July 25, 2022, where she received numerous accolades including 2022 Rookie of the Year, 2023 Rookie of the Year, 2023 Citizen Commendation Award, multiple Letters of Commendations from the Department, 2023 Life Saving Award, and multiple RISE Awards. Officer Dominguez was an exceptional officer and displayed all the Princeton Police Department’s core values: Respect, Integrity, Service, and Excellence.
The Chamber Luncheon, hosted by CWD was full, despite the rain. Robert Medigovich delivered an engaging presentation with lots of gift cards being distributed, and Emily Allen with LEAPCare provided lunch with goodies for everyone.

The Lunch & Learns are the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 11:30 - 1pm at The Business Center and registration is required.
The April Business & Breakfast was sponsored by April Music, LPC, LCDC and coffee was provided by Scooter's Coffee!
April's office is located in The Business Center as Princeton Health Collective.

This monthly event is held the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 7:30 - 9 am at The Business Center. Just show up and bring your business cards! NO registration required.
If you're not talking about your business, who is???
Ribbon Cuttings/Grand Openings
Upcoming Events
Only 500 tickets for the raffle at $10 each!
Less than 100 tickets left!!!
Details below
Thank you to those of you that have already donated to the Back to School Bash:
Princeton CDC
Princeton Lions Club
Community Waste Disposal
The Jym
The Business Center
PLC Chamber of Commerce


If you would like to make a donation, please mail your check to:
PLC Chamber Foundation
P.O. Box 722
Princeton, TX 75407

For more information, call 972-736-6462, or email info@PLCTXChamber.com.

NO AMOUNT IS TOO SMALL!
INTERESTED IN SPONSORING AN EVENT?
Contact Christi or Beth for more information at 972-736-6462 or info@PLCTXChamber.com.

Did you know many businesses underutilize their chamber memberships, missing out on opportunities to grow their businesses and enhance their community presence? Here are some tips to help you make the most of your chamber membership and ensure that your chamber works for you:
  • Attend events regularly! "People Do Business With People They Know!"
  • Utilize member resources
  • Get involved
  • Promote your chamber membership
  • Network strategically
  • Provide feedback
By following these tips and actively engaging with your chamber of commerce, you can unlock the full potential of your membership and leverage the resources and opportunities available to grow your business and make a positive impact in your community. Remember, your chamber is there to support you, but it's up to you to take advantage of what it has to offer.

You may increase your partnership level at any time for more benefits!

Questions? Give us a call at 972-736-6462, or just stop by the office at 123 W. Princeton Dr., Ste. 200.

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