This letter expresses concern over a perceived interest by the City Council to move insurance coverage presently managed by a member business to an outside agency.
This letter to City Council members is on the topic of fairness between two of the same businesses on City purchases.
This sample outlines the Chamber's policy regarding member endorsements. The Chamber does not provide letters of endorsement to companies, products or services. In response to inquiries seeking recommendation on various businesses or services, it shall be the practice to provide lists of members in the specified category without recommendations or bias. In the case of a Member business seeking an endorsement for the purpose of an award or recognition from an outside organization, the Chamber will provide a letter of historical membership facts.
This template is used in the case of a member seeking an endorsement for an award or recognition for business purposes. The letter acknowledges that the member business is a member in good standing and asks the outside organization to give every consideration to the member business' application. See also the policy about member endorsements and recommendations.
This plan outlines the Asheville Area Chamber's strategy for improving overall retention.
Commerce Lexington's key goals are (1) To help businesses and organizations create new dollars to grow the economy and (2) Work in partnership with other entities, organizations, and individuals to improve the region's quality of life. This Business Plan outlines how Commerce Lexington Inc. will meet these goals in the areas of economic development, membership and marketing, advocacy and public policy, and leadership development.
Amended and restated by-laws for the Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce.
The four public colleges and universities in Northern Colorado added $2.4 billion in income to the economy of Larimer and Weld Counties and provided an impressive return on investment in the fiscal year 2015-16, according to the results of a new economic impact study released Aug. 20, 2017. This sample is an infographic of the findings. See also the full report and executive summary.
The four public colleges and universities in Northern Colorado added $2.4 billion in income to the economy of Larimer and Weld Counties and provided an impressive return on investment in the fiscal year 2015-16, according to the results of a new economic impact study released Aug. 20, 2017. This sample contains the executive summary. See also the full report and infographic.
This report assesses the impact of Northern Colorado Public Colleges and Universities (NoCoPCU) on the regional economy and the benefits generated by the institutions for students, taxpayers, and society. This sample contains the full report. See also the executive summary and infographic.