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Idaho Falls Downtown Event Center will ring in the 2024

flyer for the New Year's Eve party for the chamber of commerce
Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce
flyer for the New Year's Eve party for the chamber of commerce

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI)- The Idaho Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Mountain View Hospital and the Idaho Falls Community Hospital, to host a New Year's Eve Party.

The party will start at 9 p.m. and not only ring in the new year at midnight but end one hour into being a part of it.

Partygoers will need to purchase a $10 ticket. Proceeds from ticket purchases will benefit the East Idaho Young Professional's network. If you are interested in attending the party and want to ring in the new year with community business leaders and community members you can purchase tickets here.

The goal of the event is to help people continue to grow their professional network all the while celebrating the welcome of a new year.

"We're all going to watch the ball drop together. There's going to be a bar and just lots of mingling and networking taking place. So it's going to be an awesome activity to come out to," Larissa Hale the Marketing and Communications coordinator for the Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce said.

"We're excited to create a space for young professionals to come and have a networking opportunity as well and enjoy the New Year with New Year's goals in mind. And we're looking forward to a great year," Savannah Kim the Marketing coordinator for Mountain View and Idaho Falls Community Hospitals said.

Which also is the New Year's resolution of the Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce.

"The chamber has such an upward trajectory and we have brought in so many new members. We've added new events for networking such as this New Year's Eve party, our Christmas party. And all of this has just added more value to our chamber members through networking, advocacy, and education, which are three pillars. And we're just going to continue to hit on all three of those pillars going into 2024 and just look for new ways to help the business community," Hale said.

Mountain View Community Hospital and Idaho Falls Community Hospital will be happy to continue to support this goal.

"We are very excited to be a part of our community and be able to support the chamber in events like this because we just believe that, you know, the young, professional, and chamber has done a great job of bringing everyone together and we love what they're doing and want to continue to support them," Kim said.

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