Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone

On Wednesday, October 23, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone will speak at the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Business & Breakfast event about his last 2.5 years as sheriff, including programs and initiatives the office has implemented in the community to restore trust and professional law enforcement in Maricopa County.

The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce recently announced Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone will be the featured speaker for its Wednesday, October 23, Business & Breakfast at Estrella Mountain Community College.

Doors open at 7:30 a.m. for breakfast and networking, with the program beginning at 8 a.m.

Penzone will speak about his last 2.5 years as sheriff of Maricopa County, including programs and initiatives MCSO has implemented in the community to restore trust and professional law enforcement in Maricopa County.

Furthermore, the sheriff will discuss the changes the agency has made and the future of MCSO.

“This is a terrific chance for business owners, professionals and the community at large to hear from Sheriff Penzone,” said John Safin, president/CEO of the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce.

“Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office plays a significant role in our community. Much more than the average person realizes. This will be the first time the county sheriff will speak at our breakfast event and a great chance to hear directly from him.”

Business & Breakfast is the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce’s unique professional information event.

Featured speakers include government officials, community leaders and other experts with information that could affect business and the community.

The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Estrella Mountain Community College as the host site and Haymaker Restaurant Company as the breakfast sponsor.

Seating is limited and pre-registration is required. Registration is available on the chamber website, southwestvalleychamber.org. To contact the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce, call 623-932-2260.