Greater Harrison Chamber of Commerce members are renewing membership for 2021 and investing in a unified business community.
Some members recorded testimonials to share why Chamber membership is important for their business.
“I find it imperative to support the Chamber in order to ensure the viability of the business environment in the community we operate in,” said Joe Maas, co-owner and vice president of operations at JTM Food Group.
Maas is a longtime leader in the Chamber. Most recently he has served as the secretary for the organization’s board of directors, which meets monthly.
“From After Hours, for networking to breakfast events, to learning new business practices, the Chamber has paid in more ways than one,” said Barnie Bryant, general sales manager for Car Country.
Car Country joined the Chamber after opening a Harrison location in 2018. The Chamber named Car Country the Greater Harrison Emerging Business of the Year for 2020.
Chamber members and marketing partners Eagle Country 99.3 and Signal Tree Creative Communications produced the testimonials for radio and social media.
Businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals are invited to join the Chamber and support its mission of promoting growth and prosperity in the region. The cost of membership is based on the number of full-time employees a business has working in the area, with special rates for non-profits and individuals.
Active Chamber members can use this link to renew membership for 2021.
Greater Harrison Chamber of Commerce was established in 2013 to promote growth and prosperity in one of the fastest growing corners of Hamilton County. Powered by volunteers, the Chamber provides networking, learning and cost-saving opportunities to businesses and organizations in Harrison and the surrounding communities.