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Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce launches new website

The Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce has launched a new website, www.greenvillealchamber.com, with a fresh new design, improved content and navigation for all users, including chamber members, community partners and economic development prospects.

The new site, designed by ChamberMaster, is easy to access for chamber members, Greenville residents and visitors alike. 

Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce director, Francine Wasden said the site captures a great view of what the Camellia City has to offer.  “It showcases the uniqueness of our homes, churches and public buildings.”

Wasden says the site is user friendly, allowing travelers to navigate the area by using the online map, as well as access information for chamber members by browsing the site’s member directory. 

For the chamber’s 325 members, the new “What’s New” tab allows chamber members to directly connect to customers by highlighting weekly deals and employment opportunities. “The site allows existing members to link to our website giving them even more exposure to potential customers.   We want to be able to give our members as much exposure as possible by offering this benefit to the chamber’s new website.”

Wasden said that while the chamber’s previous website, which originated in 2008, was fine, the decision to update and improve the site’s opportunity to promote Greenville and Butler County was unanimous.  “The new site is created and designed specifically for chambers of commerce.   The new platform allows the chamber to have hands-on interaction with all online content and offer mobile- friendly access, which is something we were unable to do before.”

The website offers an up-to-date calendar of events, information to area shopping and dining, lodging and recreation, as well as a membership directory and a weekly chamber update. 

“We hope the new website keeps our community informed about all things chamber related.  Our goal is to retain and expand the existing business community; attract new businesses and residents, and improve the quality of life for those who live and work in Greenville and Butler County,” said Wasden.