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The Wallingford Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping grow small businesses and maximizing the advocacy voice of all Seattle employers. As part of a special agreement we have with the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, we are pleased to offer your small business free reciprocal membership with the Seattle Metro Chamber to help increase your presence in Seattle's broader business community.
The SLU Chamber of Commerce is excited to partner with the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber in helping to grow small businesses. As part of a special agreement we have with the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, we are pleased to offer your small business free reciprocal membership with the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber to help increase your presence in Seattle's broader business community.
The West Seattle Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping grow small businesses and maximizing the advocacy voice of all Seattle employers. As part of our special agreement with the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, we are pleased to offer your small business the Entrepreneurial Reciprocal Membership with the Seattle Metro Chamber to help increase your presence in Seattle's broader business community.
The Charlottesville Chamber's Value Sheet shows that Small Business (10 or fewer employees) are offered automatic reciprocal membership to our affiliate Chambers in the counties of Fluvanna, Green, Louisa, and Orange as a benefit of membership.
With a nod to classic Hollywood, Chamber staff and key leadership donned top hats and tuxes during a membership event like no other led by Your Chamber Connection, a membership partner offering a unique approach to boosting membership with high energy, competitive membership events. The "Reach for the Stars" themed event pushed the Chattanooga Chamber to a new record of more than 2,200 members, an increase of 25 percent.
The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce will engage the community by hosting a high energy membership event like no other August 5 to 7. More than 400 volunteers will gather at the Chattanooga Theatre Center and get creative with themes, costumes and colors as they work against the clock and each other to recruit new Chamber members and spark community awareness of the Chamber's important role in supporting businesses.
The Member & Investor Relations Coordinator's primary role is to retain existing members and Can Do investors by promoting the positive aspects of Chamber membership, and how the Chamber positively impacts the development and growth of businesses throughout Chattanooga and Hamilton County. The Member & Investor Relations Coordinator is also responsible for managing the Chamber Ambassador program and any special events or activities for Can Do Investors.
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The Vice President of Membership is responsible for building the membership strength of the Council and achieving the council membership recruitment goal. This position description outlines the expectations of this role and outlines membership recruitment best practices.
The Greater Atlantic City Chamber celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2014 and leveraged the occasion as an opportunity to begin a new chapter with a fresh look and feel. As one of the oldest non-profit organizations in our local community, it had been a challenge for this Chamber to maintain its appeal. With an outdated website and a declining level of engagement from members, it was essential for us to make a few simple changes that would ultimately lead to significant impact across all facets of our operation. With a very modest operating budget, we were able to develop our brand in each of the following areas: design a consistent look across all touch points; develop a new website to be a central resource; and utilize more visual media to tell our stories. This video spotlights member business Galloway Nutrition and provides a testimonial for the Chamber.