2019 Chamber of the Year finalists
The Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives today announced finalists for the 2019 Chamber of the Year competition, sponsored by MemberClicks.
Finalists for 2019 Chamber of the Year are (sorted by category):
Murray-Calloway County Chamber of Commerce
Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce
Effingham County Chamber of Commerce
Kalispell Chamber of Commerce
Longview Chamber of Commerce
Grapevine Chamber of Commerce
Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce
Asheville, North Carolina
Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Ocala/Marion County Chamber & Economic Partnership
Salt Lake Chamber
Salt Lake City, Utah
Greater Louisville Inc.
Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
In the final phase of the competition, a judging committee conducts in-person interviews with leaders representing each finalist chamber. One winner from each category will be named at the 2019 ACCE Annual Convention in Long Beach, California.
Learn more about Chamber of the Year here.
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Results Available From New QuickPoll on the Chamber Professional
ACCE's HERO division has released the latest QuickPoll results about the Chamber Professional. Thanks to the nearly 500 participants who answered five questions about their chamber experience and professional goals, and provided a slew of interesting comments! Here’s a look at a couple of the questions and responses:
How likely is it that you will be working in chambers in 2025? Nearly a third of respondents plan to retire by 2025.
Pick the most important change your chamber must make for you to consider your current position a dream job: 40% of respondents want a higher salary.
For questions or more information about this QuickPoll, please contact HERO@acce.org. For more on ACCE's Surveys and Data, including QuickPolls, view our Research Overview page.