Chamber Investors tap into a number of exclusive benefits and opportunities that help their business flourish:
Marketing & Sponsorship
Connect with thousands through the Chamber’s cost-effective marketing opportunities, including logo placement in the online business directory, website ads, ribbon cuttings, social media promotions, event sponsorships and advertisements in Chamber publications and monthly digital mailing packets.
Special programs – such as monthly luncheons where attendees hear from dynamic speakers and a variety of expos – provide venues for businesses to interact and market to other businesses.
Promote your company and create relationships through the Chamber’s monthly networking events such as Business After Hours and Business Before Hours.
Serve on committees and task forces where business professionals can get exposure to potential customers and those who set chamber policy on key legislative issues.
Your investment helps support the Chamber’s activities geared toward attracting and retaining industry to benefit our overall economy. Investors also have the opportunity to access the Chamber’s valuable economic research.
In addition to learning opportunities for investors, chamber education initiatives include activities that support career exploration for students and advocacy for great schools – all efforts that support a sustainable workforce pipeline.
To investors the Alamance Chamber serves as a convener, champion and connector.
To the Alamance County community the Alamance Chamber harnesses the power of business resources that define and reflect the community character, including education, economic development, and leadership development.
There is a direct link between the success of a business and the success of the community in which it operates. The chamber the driver of partnerships where the interests of individual businesses and the interests of the broader community intersect. The chamber is the organization that has the ability to convene people, connect businesses to resources, and be a champion for local business interest.
-Reagan C. Gural, Alamance Chamber President