Summer is here and that means your Chamber is in full swing for our fall events. We are also beginning work on our 2011 plans. Our fall lineup is strong and there are many cost effective ways for you to position your company.
The Centennial Guide to Greater Fort Lauderdale will be published and distributed in September. This exceptional resource will be a collector’s item and comes in print and digital versions. We have sweetened the ROI in this edition by offering incentives such as a one-year website tile ad, membership mailing list, event tickets, other display ads and digital upgrades. For as little as $99, your company can differentiate itself. Contact email@example.com for more information.
On the training front, Leadership Fort Lauderdale is now accepting applications for Class XVI. This is an opportunity for you to not only learn more about South Florida business and government, but to hone your leadership skills in a class setting allowing you to make lifelong friends. Contact Irma for more information, Irma@ftlchamber.com.
On September 25, the Weston Business Chamber will kick-off our fall programming with Taste of Weston. This year’s venue will be Weston Town Center. Saturday means a larger turnout with greater potential for our food and libation partners. Pre-sale tickets, sold in groups of 200, will be available soon for $15/ticket. Regular sale tickets will be $25, and at the event will be $35. Contact Heather for more info, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rounding out our programming will be BusinessF1rst, Rock/Jazz in the Hall, Salute to Business, and the ever popular Holiday Party. Combine that with our other events and you have a winning combination of opportunities to help your business thrive.
Dan Lindblade, CAE