BETHLEHEM, Pa. - With just 54 days until the new year, it's time to look back, and that's exactly why the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual meeting, which was held at Wind Creek Bethlehem's Event Center on Thursday.

"Their purpose is to help all of our businesses and our people in order for our businesses to succeed and prosper," said Jon Yurconic, president and CEO of the Yurconic Insurance Agency.

"Packed house. 1,300 people and lots of excitement, lots of fun honoring great businesses," said Tony Iannelli, president and CEO of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Like Yurconic, honored for 50 years in business. 

"We're blessed with phenomenal staff, phenomenal people that work with us and also great customers that support us every day," Yurconic said.

The event included a sit-down interview with U.S. Rep. Susan Wild.

"I think it's great to have the congresswoman here," Iannelli said.

All of which is an opportunity to look back and look forward. 

"They do such a great job supporting all their businesses, meeting you where you are," said Ashley Russo, the owner of ASR Media.

Also making a special appearance on stage with Iannelli was Barry Williams, who played Greg Brady on "The Brady Bunch," which can be seen on MeTV (WFMZ-TV 69.3 / WDPN-TV-2).

Williams spoke about his days on the popular TV sitcom, which made its debut in 1969.

"My favorite show was probably 'Johnny Bravo,' because that was the alter ego that I, well, ended up living," Williams said, "and I have a soft spot in my heart for the very first episode, because that kind of set up the tone for the whole show. That was very authentic."

Williams spent time after the event, greeting guests and posing for photos at the 69-WFMZ/MeTV booth.