The luncheon, which starts at 11:30 a.m., will be at the Antlers Hilton Hotel, 4 S. Cascade Ave.
“Mayor Bach will discuss building a business-friendly environment, jobs, benefits of the Strong Mayor form of governance and an update on his goals,” the city said in a press release.
A luncheon flier states that the mayor will talk about what he has “done to drive new business to Colorado Springs” and whether he has “accomplished the goals he set forth from the platform he ran on.”
“The City’s Economic Vitality Specialist, Donna Nelson, will also speak on the Mayor’s programs that support local business growth, community partnerships and special events that contribute to the local economy,” the city said.
Jeri McLind, an administrative assistant at BOMA, said there are a few spots left to attend the luncheon.
To RSVP, call McLind at 473-8200.
“Noon (today) would be the latest because we’re pushing it now as far as RSVPs,” she said, adding that there are a few seats for walk-ins, too.
The cost is $25 for RSVPs and $30 at the door, she said.