Chamber eyes busy 2019
The Canby Chamber of Commerce is already busy making plans for the early part of 2019. First out will be the Canby Relocation Book, which should be in print and online sometime in the next few weeks.
Also, the Chamber, in partnership with Full Bloom Digital, will present an educational one-day marketing workshop in the near future.
The workshop will cover marketing aspects including sales, advertising, branding and everything about social media for Chamber members to use moving forward.
It will provide time for businesses to review or draft marketing plans and implement them early in the new year.
The Chamber's legislative committee has been meeting and working with state representatives as much as they can.
Plans are to bring members updates, calls to action and opportunities to be heard in Salem throughout the session. Anyone wishing to volunteer should contact Kyle Lang soon. Then there's a new active program to recruit ambassadors. Ambassadors get additional opportunities to work with other businesses in the area and build relationships through their volunteer work. For more information, check out canbyareachamber.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Ambassador-Overview.pdf
Canby's Chamber is offering members a discounted opportunity to travel to one of the most beautiful corners of the Pacific. It's a 10-day trip to Bali with the opportunity to explore and relax in the sun and sand. The trip is scheduled for Oct. 2-12. Member price is $2,399 and non-members will pay $2,499, which includes airfare and accommodations.
This month's Good Morning Canby is hosted by Canby CrossFit Strength & Conditioning at 138 S. Hazel Dell Way #107 on Thursday, Jan. 10 from 7:45-9 a.m.
Chamber Membership 101 will meet at the Chamber on Jan. 22 from 10 to 11 a.m. An RSVP is encouraged.
There also will be The After Hour, hosted by Judson Roy Home Furnishings. It will be held at Canby Bible College on 2461 SE Territorial Road. on Jan. 24. It starts at 5 p.m.
Quality local journalism takes time and money, which comes, in part, from paying readers. If you enjoy articles like this one, please consider supporting us.
(It costs just a few cents a day.)