Chamber Chat

Ponca City Now - May 16, 2016 1:34 pm

This week we have several chamber meetings. Our Ambassador Committee will meet at 8 a.m. Tuesday. This is a very active committee helping with member relations and with growth in membership of our chamber.

Here are some of their goals set by the committee.

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

  • Membership: Open to any Chamber member

  • Goals:

  • To aggressively recruit new business and individual members. Each Ambassador is encouraged to recruit a minimum of one new Chamber member in 2016.

  • 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 participate in the Chamber’s Goodwill Days, in order to make contact with, and receive feedback from Chamber members.

  • To attend the Chamber’s goodwill visit to another chamber in 2016.

  • Meeting Date: 8 a.m. third Tuesday, Chamber Office Patt Hughes Board Room

  • Chair: Casey Pruitt, First National Bank of Oklahoma

  • Vice Chair: Brittany Atauvich, City National Bank

Also meeting this week includes the Finance Committee, Executive Committee and our Community Development Committee.

We will have a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the brand new B & L Eyeglasses for Less on Thursday at 2 p.m. They are located at 411 N. Fourteenth Street in the newly renovated Pioneer Shopping Center.

 

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