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  • The Pearland Chamber of Commerce will maintain a list of Vendor Fairs in the Pearland community. Vendors who complete the survey below will be included in the database of opportunities for local businesses to review. Additionally, submit the event below to be included on our community calendar.

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  • First Fridays Networking Event (Chamber Event)

    Event Date & Location:
    Held the first Friday of every month


    Location Varies

    Company/Organization Hosting Event:
    Pearland Chamber of Commerce (Recurring Event)

    Description of Event:
    Pearland’s premier networking event with no agenda or program, just networking.  Business introductions are streamed on Facebook Live. You can enjoy light snacks and beverages while you meet your next best client.  All community business professionals, prospective members and Chamber members are encouraged to attend with a friend. 

    Contact for Booths:

    Phone: 281-485-3634
    Contact & E-mail: Leslie Esqueda, 
    Website: www.pearlandchamber.org

    Cost for Booth:

    When was this event established?

    Event Attendance:
    Averages about 100 people per event

    Vendor Amenities:
    Restrooms: Yes
    Power: Yes
    Internet/Wifi: Yes

    Rainout Policy:

    How is the event being promoted?
    We promote it through our social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, etc.), our event calendar, and it is included in our weekly newsletter that is sent out to our Chamber members.



    Event Date & Location:
    October 26, 2023

    8 am - 2 pm

    Quail Valley Golf Course
    2880 La Quinta Dr.
    Missouri City, Texas, 77459

    Company/Organization Hosting Event:
    Emerging Leaders Literacy Foundation

    Is the organization hosting the event a 501(c)3 nonprofit?

    Description of Event:
    The Emerging Learners Literacy Foundation is proud to host our first Annual ELLF Golf Tournament! Your participation and support are needed.

    Contact for Booths:
    Phone: 901-493-8513
    Name & E-mail: drdelilah@emergingleadersliteracyfoundation.org

    Cost for Booth/Involvement:

    Vendor Amenities:

    Restrooms: Yes, 
    Power: Yes, Free
    Wi-fi/Internet: Yes, Free

    Does this event have a rainout policy?

    When was this event established?

    How is the event being promoted?
    Social Media, Paid Advertisement

    What are the proceeds/fees going to?
    Emerging Learners Literacy Foundation (ELLF) is an educational nonprofit 501 (c) organization with a mandate to promote and support literacy development in the Houston Metro area. We do this through training, research and information sharing, resource development and public awareness activities.
    A large part of our work involves providing information, resources and support to early childhood learners, literacy practitioners, early childhood educators and other community stakeholders. Our service to the early literacy field include:
    Ø Resources and literacy support for early childhood learners and their families in the early literacy community.
    Ø Resource development for early childhood learners and their families.
    Ø Training and workshops for early childhood practitioners and early childhood families.

    ELLF works with a variety of organizations, groups, and individuals in our efforts to promote and support oral language and literacy development. We have four major programs: Project BOLD, Our World Reading-In Chain, Emerging Literacy Leader of Tomorrow Scholarship and New Teacher
    Literacy Grant.
    The intent of Our World Read-In Chain literacy campaign is to popularize reading as an essential, fun, and productive practice that lasts a lifetime. Our World Read-In Chain has proved to be especially beneficial for encouraging young children and youth to make reading a life-long, life- enriching practice. Our World Read-In Chain provides culturally diverse books and programming to the metro Houston elementary schools, families, and youth organizations. This program is an ongoing project.
    Emerging Literacy Leader of Tomorrow Scholarship is awarded yearly to graduate students enrolled in a literacy advanced program who plan to work in the area of early literacy. New Teacher Literacy Grant is awarded yearly to teachers who graduated within one year from an accredited college or university and will work in the elementary setting teaching reading.
    Additionally, all recipients receive a set of culturally diverse classroom books.