Tampa Chamber Hosts Senate President Andy Gardiner

Rep. Dana Young, Chamber CEO Bob Rohrlack, Chamber Chair Ron Christaldi, Chair-Elect Guy King, III,  and representatives from St. Joesph's Hospital.

Rep. Dana Young, Chamber CEO Bob Rohrlack, Chamber Chair Ron Christaldi, Chair-Elect Guy King, III, and representatives from St. Joesph’s Hospital.

On Tuesday, September 29, Florida Senate President Andy Gardiner traveled to Tampa to meet with members of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce to discuss the issues facing the legislature and the state of Florida

During his speech, President Gardiner discussed the importance of finding a solution to the rising cost of health care and doing something to help the uninsured Floridians who struggle to have quality affordable health care. He also highlighted the significance of tax cuts and helping the economy of Tampa Bay and the State of Florida grow.

“It was an honor to meet with the Senate President to hear more about his priorities for the upcoming 2016 Legislative Session,” said Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Chair Ronald Christaldi.  “The Chamber continues to be a player in key policy discussions and it is the voice of the business community in Tampa Bay.”

The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce represents over 1,200 members in the legislative process. An important component of the Chamber’s mission is to communicate the views of the business community to elected policy makers.

For more information on the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, please visit www.tampachamber.com.

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The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit business membership organization that helps promote the businesses and business interests of our members. We come from diverse backgrounds: from small businesses, big corporations, government bodies and the military. United, we become a single, unifying force with the power to shape the future of Tampa Bay.