—Oct. 2, 2017—The Greater Harrison Chamber of Commerce reduced its Small Business membership rate for 2018 by 25 percent, as announced in the Chamber’s inaugural Membership Report just mailed to City of Harrison businesses and GHCC members.

The GHCC Membership Report 2017 is available online. 

Chamber Board Members voted to reduce the Small Business rate to $150 per year (from $200/year) to better serve small businesses with nine or fewer full-time employees. Forty-six percent of the Chamber’s member businesses fall into this category.

“We value our members,” said GHCC Membership Chair Rosanne Moore. “We value the time they spend with us at breakfast workshops, after hours get-togethers, annual special events and committee meetings.”

Businesses or individuals interested in Chamber membership, as well as renewing members, can now complete membership registration online and receive benefits through December 2018.

The Greater Harrison Chamber was founded in 2014 to promote the prosperity of the greater Harrison business community. Community members wanted an organization that focused on the development and support of the local business community and to provide a voice for local businesses to city, county, state and national government. The Chamber also provides educational forums, networking, leadership development, marketing opportunities and benefit programs.