Joining the chamber is
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, April 12, 2000
investing in community
Making a business grow is not always an easy thing to do, but many Pike County businesses have discovered an ally in their quest for more business.
Providing support, an opportunity for members to network and programs that encourage the participation of the public and the growth of the commercial and industrial sectors, the Pike County Chamber of Commerce offers its members a lot of services for a little money.
The Pike County Chamber of Commerce, like most other chambers in the state and country, is dedicated to the merchants and manufacturers who support it. By working closely to with these people to grow the economy, the chamber opens a world of opportunity for its businesses by bringing more business here, which spurs more growth.
Currently the Chamber is in the midst of its annual membership drive and various chamber employees and representatives are in the community calling on businesses and encouraging their support and participation.
It makes sense, too.
By investing in the chamber, smart businesspeople understand that they are investing in the growth of their community, which will in turn result in the growth of their businesses.
It’s a circle without end, but it begins with you and your support.
All businesses have needs and some feel that thrift will pay off in the long run in helping provide for those needs.
But thrift with regard to a good investment that can help return dollars is without merit.
Think about your community when someone asks you to join the chamber of commerce this week. Only by investing in your community and in its future will you be able to help the area grow and prosperity. And if time tells us anything, it’s that prosperity is contagious.
Spend your money wisely and make a commitment to help the community grow. With great incentives for joining the Pike County Chamber of Commerce, it’s never been easier or more rewarding.
Get on board today. It’s worth it.
For more information about joining the Pike County Chamber of Commerce, call Holly at 566-2294.
April 11, 2000 11 PM
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