By Morgan Mentzer, Communications Coordinator, Arlington Chamber of Commerce
The winter months are coming to an end, it’s time to travel somewhere warm and tropical! How does the Caribbean sound? Participate in the Chamber’s vacation raffle and you could win a trip to the award-winning Club Barbados Resort & Spa!
By Sara Hartary, Hartary Consulting
Every consultant wants to be viewed as a partner, not a vendor, and every client wants to feel like they matter to their service providers. Here are five ways to help facilitate great client-consultant partnerships that lead to repeat business, and relationships where both sides get back more than they put in.
Olivia McKay, Operations Manager, Arlington Chamber of Commerce
For more than a decade, the Arlington Chamber has been taking an annual trip to China. I’m sure some of you reading this have taken this trip with the Chamber or have visited China before. After receiving feedback from past travelers on wanting to explore more countries, the Chamber has elected to go to Vietnam in November 2020!
Chamber members are able to register at the member rate of $2,499 (expires May 29). The trip is all-inclusive which includes all flights, hotels, meals, tour fees, and more! Seem too good to be true? It isn’t! An unforgettable trip to Vietnam doesn't have to be stressful. With this all-inclusive package, your travel and destinations are planned for you, so all you have to do is enjoy the amazing experience!
By Tad Lunger, Shulman Rogers
As a benefit of the Chamber membership, we offer all members the opportunity to get more involved by joining a committee. The Chamber’s committees are a great way to broaden your network while learning about issues that impact your business and the community. There are a number of open committees to choose from, allowing you to select the committee that best suits your goals and interests.
The Government Affairs & Economic Development Committee meets to advance ideas, policies, and legislation that strengthen businesses and the broader economic environment. Chamber members stay informed on emerging local, regional, and state public policy issues by interacting with the government officials who speak at committee meetings. To learn more about the Government Affairs & Economic Development Committee, we present the Co-Chair, Tad Lunger of Shulman Rogers.
The mission of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce is to strengthen businesses and the economic environment for those who work, live and do business in Arlington.
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