Lighthouse Point – Help the Lighthouse Point Chamber celebrate the grand opening of the much-acclaimed BurgerFi restaurant opening at 3150 North Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point on August 25. Known for their high quality, well-sourced food, owner Kevin Koury said that everything his restaurant does, they try to do it better than others.
“From natural Certified Angus burgers to hand-cut fries, frozen custard, signature hot dogs, local craft beer, wine and more: Better beef – the best money can buy. It is hormone free, antibiotic free and sourced from one of the best farms in the country,” said Koury. “Their natural practices are in line with ours – cattle roam free, eat grass and are treated humanely. We never waiver from this high standard. This doesn’t come easy – certainly not cheap. Truth is, there are simpler ways to put burgers on a bun. But, they’re not better.”
During the grand opening and official ribbon cutting, BurgerFi is going to have two giveaways for $100 apiece. They will also have several specials:
• Free regular fry with any purchase of any burger on the menu
• Free small sundae with any purchase of $10 or more from 5pm to close.
“We’re glad to welcome a new restaurant to Lighthouse Point,” said chamber president Rene Sabatini with Azure Realty. “We look forward to celebrating with them on August 25.
The ribbon cutting is at approximately 6:30pm but the celebration starts at 5pm. Join us at the new BurgerFi in Lighthouse Point and welcome this new business to the community.The new location is 3150 N. Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point. Learn more at www.burgerfi.com.
BurgerFi celebrated their grand opening recently and the Lighthouse Point Chamber was there to celebrate with them.
Photos by Nicole Goldstein
SEPTEMBER 23 – BUSINESS SEMINAR – Get ready to learn marketing from the experts! On September 23, 2015, join the Lighthouse Point Chamber in learning about video marketing and social selling. Video expert Jessica Carter Brace will show you easy way to get started in video marketing with a few tips and tricks to affordably create your own videos. Steve Nudelberg with On The Ball Marketing will share his expertise on social selling which is the best way to reach your customers online! Also, Broward County Commissioner Chip LaMarca will give Lighthouse Point Chamber members a Broward Business update.
The event, sponsored by the Lighthouse Point Chamber is free with an RSVP here.
Event will be held 6-8pm at the Lighthouse Point Yacht & Racquet Club, 2701 NE 42 Street, Lighthouse Point, FL 33064.
Join us as we gather for our annual Holiday Breakfast and Toy Drive at the Lighthouse Point Fire Station on December 15 at 8 a.m. Delicious food and plenty of coffee to jumpstart your day will be aplenty along with jolly networking. Bring a toy to donate to a less fortunate child.
The Lighthouse Point community and businesses are invited for a night out on the town Saturday, November 15, 2014 during a Community BBQ & Movie in the Park sponsored by the Lighthouse Point Chamber of Commerce. Starting at 5 p.m., a movie and complimentary BBQ dinner will be served for the community and businesses of Lighthouse Point.
“We wanted to do something to give back to the community in a fun way for always supporting our businesses, so we are inviting everyone out for a free barbeque and movie night on us,” said chamber president Rene Sabatini of Azure Realty. “It should be a lot of fun.
The event is 5-9 p.m. at Frank McDonough Park, 3500 NE 27 Avenue, Lighthouse Point. Visit www.lhpchamber.com for more information and follow us on Facebook for the latest updates at www.facebook.com/lhpchamber.
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New lunch menu by chamber member El Tamarindo! Find them in their business listing here.
The Exchange Club of Pompano Beach will hold their annual fundraiser “150 dinner” on Saturday, January 30th at the Lighthouse Point Yacht Club at 6:30 p.m. This event is the biggest fundraiser of the year held by the Exchange Club, which supports many great local charities including The Children’s Healing Institute (for the prevention of child abuse), The Broward Children’s Center (which serves hundreds of local children with disabilities annually), as well as many other great local causes. The Exchange Club is a non-profit, national service organization that focuses on community service, student recognition and scholarships, child abuse prevention and Americanism.
Tickets for the event are $150, which includes dinner, open bar, music, dancing and an entry in the 150 drawdown to win many great prizes. Dinner tickets can be purchased for guests for $100. There will also be a silent and a live auction with many great items, which include vacations, golf, fishing charters, celebrity memorabilia, restaurant certificates, artwork, and many other great opportunities.
This year’s theme is Copacabana Night and there will be an authentic Latin band, along with Copacabana and Brazilian Tropicana dancers.or tickets and more information, call 954-941-7283.