22 Mar Kansas Chamber Announces 2021 Annual Dinner Keynote Speaker
Topeka, KAN. – The Kansas Chamber announced Fox Business Network host and commentator Charles Payne will be the keynote speaker for Chamber’s 2021 Annual Dinner.
“The Kansas Chamber and its members are excited to host Charles Payne as our keynote speaker in May,” said Alan Cobb, Kansas Chamber President and CEO. “As an investment analyst who understand the many challenges businesses face, Payne will provide a unique insight into the latest news coming out of Washington, especially how it relates to the markets, the country’s economy, and the Kansas business community.”
Payne’s passion for the stock market began when he was 14 years old. He told his mother then that one day, he would work on Wall Street.
After six years in the investment industry, he founded Wall Street Strategies, Inc. (WSSI), in 1991. Today, WSSI provides information to more than 120,000 registered subscribers, in more than 60 countries as well as several of the largest bank/brokerage firms.
Fox Business Network launched “Making Money with Charles Payne” in 2014. Payne also is a member and occasional host of “Varney & Co” and in addition, he is a guest-host on several shows including “Cavuto on Business” and “Your World”.
The Kansas Chamber’s 2021 Annual Dinner will take place on Monday, May 3, 2021 at Vaerius Aviation at Forbes Field in Topeka. There will be a 5:00 p.m. VIP Reception, 5:30 General Reception, and 6:30 p.m. Dinner/Program.
The Annual Dinner is the largest gathering of business leaders and policy makers in the state. It features the presentation of the Chamber’s annual Ad Astra award. The Ad Astra recipient is a Kansas business chosen for its unique contribution to the economic health and welfare of our state and its community.
Learn more about this year’s dinner at www.KansasChamber.org/AnnualDinner/.
COVID-19 Precautions: The Kansas Chamber takes the safety and health of its members and guests very seriously. All Chamber in-person events will follow COVID-19 protocols put in place by the local county health boards where the events are held.
For more information, contact:
Sherriene Jones-Sontag at SherrieneS@KansasChamber.org.
Posted March 22, 2021