November 12, 2013
Chamber asks members for success stories
As your Chamber prepares to celebrate our 175th anniversary in 2014, we want to hear from you. Tell us your story. What unique impact on your business has your partnership with the Chamber provided? Help us celebrate (and tell the region about your business at the same time) by submitting your story now!
Here are a few examples of what Chamber membership means for your fellow members:
Amy Storer is the publisher of Cincy Chic, a popular online lifestyle publication for women in the Greater Cincinnati area.
"I needed a way to connect with the movers and shakers throughout the entire region. The best way to do this was through the Chamber. My business mentor is on the Chamber's CEO Roundtable and he told me that it has been a huge contributor to his success," said Storer.
For Mary Miller, CEO and owner of Jancoa Janitorial Services, it was a Chamber program that paid dividends for her company, but not only because of that program's content. After she realized was sitting with some of her vendors, she developed a new business lead.
"That conversation, which began with a simple question of who cleans your building, led to Jancoa submitting a bid, and ultimately winning the business,"said Miller.
Now it's your turn.
Perhaps for you and your business it is the health insurance and workers' comp premiums that make the difference or the credit card processing and office supplies. Don't forget about the Chamber's professional training, talent attraction efforts, government advocacy and economic development work. Or is it something else?
In 200 words or less, tell us what Chamber membership means to you as we celebrate 175 years. The first 175 stories will be published, and featured in our advertising throughout the year. Plus you will be eligible to win a free photo and profile on our website. Submit your story, and thanks for letting us continuing to serve your business:
Tell us your story