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Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, Inc

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Keynote by: Shannon Miller

Shannon was gracious and very approachable throughout the evening. Very professional; great image.

Our Rotary President, James Jeffers (husband of Robin Jeffers, our chair of the Chamber this year) recently told a great story at Rotary.

He said having Shannon as the Chamber keynoter was so appropriate for them as a couple that owns J&R Gymnastics and Robin kicking off her year as Chamber Chair of the Board. Not just for that tie in, but that in 1992 they started their gymnastics business. That same year was when Shannon was in the 1992 Olympics and gymnastics gained in popularity, thus helping them purchase their first gym. It was not air conditioned.



In 1996, after the success of Shannon and her teammates at the 92 Olympics, they could afford to put in air conditioning due to the popularity of gymnastics. Business boomed. Multiply that impact around the country!



However, you didn’t need to own a gymnastics business to benefit from Shannon’s remarks Jan. 26 at our 99th Chamber banquet. Her message of goal setting and perserverance was inspiring to all 800 attendees. In my 30 years here, I have not received as many complimentary remarks about not only Shannon’s speech, but also how gracious she was prior to the event in giving autographs. The line went around the room and I had to cut it short to be able to start the program on time.



Our Chamber is over 2,400 members strong, is responsible for the tourism and economic development in our community, and our annual meetings are THE event of the year each year. Having Shannon Miller speak at your event will provide you a “home run” to kick start your year.

Michael Meek