FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail EVANSVILLE, Ind. – The Southwest Indiana Chamber will host the Annual Meeting & Dinner from 5 pm to 8 pm at Old National Events Plaza on Wednesday, September 25. #CelebrateGreaterEvansvilleAnnual Meeting & Dinner signified the change in board leadership. We celebrated successes of the past year, looked ahead to a new year and honored local business and their leaders.At this signature event, awards were presented to the following outstanding businesses and leaders:The business of the Year – Old National BankSmall Business of the Year – HaferVolunteer of the Year – Dave Conner, VP & COO, Anchor Industries & Tri-State Manufacturers’ Alliance Steering Committee Member• Non-Profit of the Year – Welborn Baptist Foundation• Distinguished Business Leader of the Year – Millie Marshall, President, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana –• Entrepreneur of the Year – Moriah Hobgood, Owner, Mo’s House, Bokeh Lounge & Metzger’s TavernYoung Professional of the Year – Josey Roth, Director of Strategy and Organizational Development, Evansville Christian Life CenterThis event attracted Chamber Members, elected and appointed officials, key community leaders, and our strategic partners. This event is the largest Chamber networking event of the year. This year we were very pleased to host our keynote speaker Bill Stone, CEO & Chairman of the Board, SS&C Technologies. Our opening entertainment was provided by the Central Central High School Concert Choir and Oswald Marketing. Through-out the evening more than $10,000 in donations was raised for the Southwest Indiana Chamber Foundation. The foundation supports the quality of place, education, workforce, and future business leaders.Gold Sponsors: Concept Sound & Light, Vectren; WEHT Local 7. Silver Sponsors: BKD CPA’s & Advisors, Deaconess, Mulzer Crushed Stone, Old National Bank, Oswald Marketing, Wilde Horticultural, Working Distributors and Townsquare MediaLearn more about Annual Meeting & Dinner, photos & videosAbout Southwest Indiana ChamberSince 1915, the Southwest Indiana Chamber has been a trusted ally of the regional business community. Today we are one of the state’s largest, strongest, and most impactful nonprofit business organizations, representing a total membership of more than 1,400 businesses, organizations, and agencies. About one-third of members have invested in our organization for 10 or more years. While nearly all major employers in our region invest in the Southwest Indiana Chamber, 71% of our member businesses have 25 or fewer employees.