Membership application and annual investment schedule for the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford. Dues are computed based on the number of employees.
The Bangor Region Chamber's member application includes a dues schedule with industry-specific dues and a brief outline of member benefits.
Details the Chamber's four different membership tiers and the annual benefits associated with each one.
Details the chamber's six different membership tiers and the benefits associated with each level -- Get Connected ($495), Business ($795), Corporate ($995), Partner ($1995), Chairman's Circle ($7500), and Chairman's Plus ($10,000).
Provides a full breakdown of the value of NOLA Chamber Membership.
Outlines how much Chairman's Council membership is really worth. Chairman's Council is the highest level of membership in the NOLA Chamber. See a list of the current members of the Chairman's Council.
The chamber outlines reasons to join along with information about their member benefits and transition to tiered dues.
Letter to members announcing the chamber's transition to tiered dues in 2015 and describing what members can expect from the change.
The chamber clearly describes member-investor options and dues levels. While not a "transition letter," the member communication piece describes the engagement options.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber switched from a model of membership based on full-time employee (FTE) count, to a more progressive and simplified model where members can choose to invest based on their areas of interest and level of engagement. This document contains a brief description of the Chamber's new membership model with the listed benefits that fall beneath each tier of membership.