If you own or manage a local business and have ever wondered if joining the Chamber of Commerce might be helpful to your business – or if you’re curious about exactly what the organization offers to local businesses – here’s a great way to find out.
The chamber will be holding an open house to meet and answer questions from folks who aren’t yet members. The event will be “low key with no pressure to join,” organizers say, and is being held to share information. In attendance will be several leaders of the organization, who boast a combined 150 years of business experience and 70 years as chamber members.
With a reputation for a being a friendly, active and welcoming organization, they are interested in hearing what’s important to local business owners and representatives.
“Recognizing the ever-changing nature of the world of business, the Chamber of Commerce creates new programs every year to help their members remain competitive and thrive,” the organization said in a statement.
The Open House will be held in their office at 270 Chambers Bridge Road in Brick (Civic Plaza) on Tuesday, Nov. 17 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Although the program is free to attend, space is limited and registration is necessary and may be made by calling 732-477-4949.
For information about their programs, services and members, they invite you to visit their website at www.brickchamber.com.