Please Join Us For Our Santa Clara Chamber PAC Breakfast On October 9, 2013



Learn how your business can benefit from Super Bowl 50 and how the Super Bowl will benefit our community.  Daniel Lurie, Super Bowl 50 Host Committee Chair will be our keynote speaker.  Door prize and raffle drawings will be available.  Make connections and network with other Santa Clara and Silicon Valley business leaders.

You will also be supporting the Santa Clara Chamber PAC (SCCPAC).  The purpose of the SCCPAC is to review, research and recommend support of and/or opposition to proposed ballot measures and legislation, ordinances and other actions of local, county and state government.  The SCCPAC also seeks out, evaluates and endorses candidates running for public office at the local, county and state level who support the free enterprise system, believe in fiscally responsible government and whose views represent the interests of the business community.

The SCCPAC has already been very successful in supporting the passage of the 49ers Stadium project, and six City Council candidates that were elected to office in 2010 and 2012.

The November, 2014 election in Santa Clara will determine our political climate. In order to have our business voice heard, the SCCPAC needs to secure additional funds from local businesses and direct those funds to assist individuals who demonstrate support of our free enterprise system.

How can you participate?

Attend on October 9, and purchase a single ticket for $75 or a table of ten for $700

• Become a Champion sponsor for $10,000, a Leader for $5,000, a Partner for $2,500 or a Supporter for $1,500

• Write a check in any amount to the SCCPAC (tax id #1327039)

• Register at:, or contact Barbara Carlisle at 408-380-1232 or for sponsorship information.

Your investment in the SCCPAC multiplies the power of our business voice so that we are heard by those making political decisions.  Help us help you and every business in Santa Clara by attending our breakfast on October 9 or by making a contribution to the SCCPAC.


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