Local chamber officials meet with representatives
By Bruce I. Friedland
Times-Union staff writer,
WASHINGTON -- They're not dreaming of Che Guevara or importing revolution. For members of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, a shipload of Cuban cigars would suffice.
In Washington as part of the chamber's annual lobbying trip, members of the chamber's international trade committee took time out of their schedule Tuesday to meet Cuba's unofficial representative in the United States.