Gain Exposure in the Community – As you take part in community events, you’ll meet more people in the area who may turn into customers for your business! The best way to generate sales in a small town is to let local people get to know you and actively involved in the community.
Build Your Local Business Network – Attend monthly meetings to get to know other business professionals in the area, and share insights about the best ways to grow your business here.
Publicize Your Business on Our Website – Every Chamber business gets a detailed page on our website that features a logo or photo, business description, hours, and contact information, plus a link to the company’s website and FaceBook page. Our built-in sort capability makes it easy for prospective customers to find the type of business they are looking for.
Draw Business from Referrals – When the Chamber office receives inquiries from prospective customers in need of local products or services, we always refer to our local Chamber members first.
Find Out About Event Sponsorship Opportunities – We provide event sponsorship opportunities to Chamber members, and promote their businesses through a wide range of media – from radio and newspaper ads to online advertising.