Chamber Endorses Tiggs And Vera For 2018 City Council Slate
Chamber Board makes endorsements after holding Candidates Forum
March 8, 2018
Hosted by the Exceptional Children's Foundation/Kane Eras Center, the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, its Board of Directors in concert with the CulverPAC hosted the 7th candidate's forum of the season. Well attended by members of the Culver City Business Community and residents, the four candidates were provided an opportunity to respond via writing to a series of questions and a live debate forum to discuss and share their perspectives on their stance and vision for economic and business development.
After much discussion and debate the Board of Directors voted, unanimously to endorse Marcus Tiggs and Albert Vera for the April 10, 2018 City Council Election.
"This election is particularly critical for our community, as it comes at a very pivotal time for all of us. We wanted to make sure that whomever sits on the council has a strong grasp of the important role that business plays in our community and future. We feel that Tiggs and Vera embody this the best and look forward to pledging our support moving forward" – Colin Diaz, President/CEO, Culver City Chamber
The Culver City Chamber of Commerce, represents 550+ businesses, employing more than 64,000 employees in Culver City and surrounding area. We strive to be a catalyst for business growth, the convener of great leaders and a champion for a thriving community thru advocacy, networking, marketing and a resource for businesses.
"One behalf of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce and our business community, we thank all four of the candidates for participating in our Candidates Forum, this morning, at the Kayne Eras Center. We look forward to continuing to build strong relations with our city council for the betterment of the Culver City community" – Janice Beighey, Chair of the Board, Culver City Chamber