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Banco Popular Will Host Business After Hours

Banco Popular Will Host Business After Hours
The St. Thomas/ St. John Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., on Thursday, June 14, at the Banco Popular's new Sugar Estate branch, St. Thomas. The event, hosted by Banco Popular, will feature hors d' oeuvres by Las Brisas, door prizes, including round-trip airfare to Puerto Rico, live entertainment by the St. Thomas All Star Steel Orchestra and the famous Chamber $2 Bar.
For additional information, call The St. Thomas/ St. John Chamber of Commerce at 776-0100.

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Banco Popular Will Host Business After Hours
The St. Thomas/ St. John Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., on Thursday, June 14, at the Banco Popular's new Sugar Estate branch, St. Thomas. The event, hosted by Banco Popular, will feature hors d' oeuvres by Las Brisas, door prizes, including round-trip airfare to Puerto Rico, live entertainment by the St. Thomas All Star Steel Orchestra and the famous Chamber $2 Bar.
For additional information, call The St. Thomas/ St. John Chamber of Commerce at 776-0100.