Businesses, let’s get involved with our community
The Greenville Advocate, in partnership with the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce, is currently working on production of the 2017 Chamber of Commerce Welcome Guide and Membership Directory. The annual publication serves as a general guide to the Greenville area, as well as a comprehensive directory of Chamber members and businesses.
This year’s publication highlights the many resources and attractions that make the Camellia City unique. It also serves as a reflection of the Chamber’s efforts to promote its community and chamber members.
The Chamber continues to grow and thrive, thanks to hard work and dedication of Director Francine Wasden, Administrative Assistant Stephanie Steadham and the entire board of directors.
The Chamber’s nearly 325 member companies represent the core of corporate and family-owned and operated businesses in the Greenville area. The COC is dedicated to promoting the local business community. The primary goal of the Chamber is to help local business owners and their managers network and to help area businesses grow.
If your business is not a current member of the Chamber, I recommend you consider joining. Chamber membership doesn’t just benefit the community, it benefits your business.
Member benefits include business referrals, business exposure through marketing materials and publications, and informative educational training sessions and seminars.
With January here, now is the perfect time to reflect on how to grow your business in 2017. For more information on chamber membership and benefits, call 382-3251.
The Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Membership Banquet Thursday, Feb. 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the Wendell Mitchell Conference Center. The 2017 edition of the Chamber Welcome Guide and Membership Directory will be debuted at the event.
We hope to see you there.