Lake Cities Chamber Reboots Ambassador Program

Lake Cities Chamber Reboots Ambassador Program

Recently, the Chamber has undergone a resurrection of sorts, electing new officers and re-igniting its ambassador program.

Ambassadors represent the Chamber by serving as a welcoming committee for new members, appear at ribbon cuttings, serve as special events hosts and serve as the face of the Chamber around the community. The Lake Cities Chamber of Commerce works in Corinth, Lake Dallas, Hickory Creek and Shady Shores.

There is no charge to be an ambassador for the Chamber.

“We will also, from time to time, have flashmob events at different businesses in the area promoting membership and thanking current members for their membership,” said Steve Holzwarth, head of the ambassador program. “An example would be the group meeting at a local restaurant for coffee/lunch/drinks etc. in show of our support.”

Ambassadors have the opportunities to make excellent networking contacts, business leads and visibility. They also have access to the Chamber’s member list, increased exposure to the Chamber and its initiatives.

Ambassadors get discounted prices for certain Chamber events and recognition for their work.
Through weekly coffee meetings, monthly luncheons, networking mixers and other events, the Chamber seeks to connect local business owners and give tips and strategies for success.


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