Chamber Chat

Ponca City Now - October 11, 2019 1:20 pm

Rich Cantillon, President Ponca City Chamber/Tourism Bureau

We will have two ribbon cutting ceremonies on Friday, Oct. 18. The first one is at 10 a.m. for Juicy’s Vapor Lounge located at 2128 N. 14th Street in Suite 1. Then at 2 p.m. for 420 Degrees LLC located at 1301 E. South Avenue. Please join us.

Next week our Ambassador Committee, Finance and Executive Committees and Community Development Committee will all meet. Thank you to our chamber volunteers that help make these committees successful.

Here is so more information about our Ambassador Committee:

Objective: Recruit new members, retain existing members and serve as the official goodwill diplomats for the Ponca City Area Chamber of Commerce.

Goals of this Committee:

      • To aggressively recruit new business and individual members. Each Ambassador is encouraged to recruit a minimum of one new Chamber member in 2019.

      • To work with existing members and seek their views on how the Chamber can better serve them.

      • To work with the Chamber staff to update membership contact information.

      • To attend and promote member participation in Chamber functions including ribbon cuttings, groundbreakings, “Business After Hours,” Cash Mob, and Chamber Lunch and Learns.

      • To attend the Chamber’s goodwill visit to another chamber in 2019.

      • To continuously strive to improve the retention rate of existing chamber members.

Meeting Date: 3rd Tuesday – 8:00 a.m., Chamber Board Room

Chair: Shasta Scott, Community National Bank & Trust

Vice Chair: April Bookout, Osage Casino

 

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