Why join the Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce?
- “We’ve been a member of the chamber since 2011 and we are thrilled to be involved with such a fun, vibrant, connected, and quality organization. The chamber is a great way to meet new people, get involved in community service and really get to know other businesses in your community. The chamber also functions as a “voice of business” by fostering great relationships with the Townships, Cities, Villages, and the local schools. An investment in the chamber is a sound one, you get out what you put into it. So, attend meetings, join committees, really be a part of the chamber and watch your business grow!”
-Joey White, Handouts.
- “I am a member of chamber because it was, and still is, the single most important thing I can do to grow my business. The ROI in the first year was unreal. One client came as a direct result of someone hearing my elevator pitch at coffee contacts. Today I am still working with that client. From that client came recommendations of others…word of mouth. My membership pays for itself; and then some. I’ve tried other business groups and even an international group specifically for businesses like mine…nothing has brought me business like the Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce. Join and get involved. You’ll be glad you did!”
-Faith Andrews, Virtual Ally.
- “From networking, exposure, and the positive impressions that the chamber brings to the public and the business community are just a few benefits that help generate additional business.”
-Sallie Christian, Layton Physical Therapy.
- “If I was going to start a new career at 70 I needed: 1. Knowledge; 2. Direction/Guidance; 3. Networking. I joined the chamber last January and followed that up with SCORE and other workshops. All of this has given me opportunities, encouragement, and friends within the community. The chamber was the first contact and was fantastic in lending a helping hand and ear. I can’t tell you how many times I contacted them in the first month and they never sighed or made me feel like I was interrupting. They have been the strongest supporters along with its members. Being a member of the chamber is what you make it; it can be a rewarding and enriching experience.”
-Kate Varholick, Ask Kate Human Resources, LLC.