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This example letter to welcome back a renewing member is part of the chamber's "We Want You Back" program targeting past chamber members. The chamber sends this letter out to past members, along with a renewal invoice, which has resulted in a successful renewal rate based on this letter program.
This event notice, sponsorship availability listing and sponsor sign-up form is for the Androscoggin Chamber's annual scholarship event and golf tournament which generates funds to provide scholarships for students at their local community college and high schools. The event is made possible by the Androscoggin Chamber and the Central Main Community College Foundation.
This is an example of a New Member Luncheon event announcement. The chamber provides the lunch to new members and explains the member benefits so new members can get the most out of their chamber membership.
Position description for the Greater Kansas City Chamber's Small Business Director.
Position description for Austin Chamber's previous position of Small Business Manager from 2013. The position was consolidated with a membership retention position in early 2014, and the newly created position is titled Member Relations Manager.
Position description for Austin Chamber's Member Relations Manager, created in 2014. Prior to 2014, the position was for a Small Business Manager, which was consolidated into this new position and now focuses more on membership retention.
Position description for the Executive Vice President Membership Programs & Services at the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber is responsible for identifying businesses in key industry sectors for chamber membership and selling the services and benefits to them. Manage and develop programs and services that grow member businesses, increase the chamber’s membership and overall retention, and service member needs. The position also includes small business membership details and oversees the small business committee, membership committee, North & South Strand councils, and additional business groups.
This Procedure Manual from the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce covers the details of running and operating their chamber, including: hiring, staffing, security, building uses, health and safety, technology and computers, staff orientation, staff meetings, Style Guidelines for Chamber Materials, Substance Abuse Policy, Whistleblowing Policy, handling Sponsorships/Donations, Political Activities, Press Conferences, Education and Training, Drug-Free Workplace Policy, Dealings with Chamber Vice Chair and Committee/Task Force Chair, and more topics.
This Technology Policy (part of the chamber's Policy Manual) presents employee details on computer and internet use, email and electronic communications, event communications, blogging/social networking guidelines, chamber social networking guidelines, cell phone and texting use, and telephone use.
This membership survey example gathers important data from the chamber's members and asks about communications preferences, economic development and job creation work, member benefits, chamber's performance, and programming topics. The end goal of the survey is to help improve the Chamber’s member offerings. The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete and responses are anonymous. Member who complete the survey can enter their information for a drawing for $50 gift certificate.