Chamber looking forward to new year

By Kaitlin Norris - Contributing columnist

As April is coming to an end and the summer months are among us, I just want you all to remember to utilize the Chamber to your full abilities. We are going to work hard this summer to promote your business and get our community to shop local! Never forget that the Chamber is here to work for you, so take advantage of our events that take place at least once a week because these types of events are what helps get your business name on the map!

Come out this evening to our Chamber Business After Hours. This is going to be one you do not want to miss. South Eastern Outdoor Products, Inc. will be our April host, and they are ready for a good time! Not only will there be endless networking opportunities, there will also be great southern food, fresh squeezed lemonade, music, and door prizes. Come on out to 714 Warsaw Road in Clinton at 5:30 p.m. tonight, Thursday April 28.

As the Chamber continues to offer Matching Grant Opportunities to the members of the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce for both façade improvements and capital equipment, I encourage you to let the Chamber work for you! With an application deadline quickly approaching on May 30, and another on November 30, I encourage you to learn more about this opportunity by visiting Call today for an application.

It is time to kick start a new Chamber Ambassador year. If your business is a member of the Chamber and you want to be more involved then call the Chamber today to fill out an ambassador application. This is a great way for your business to stay connected with the Chamber and to get your name out there!

For any information about our events or what we can do for you, please do not hesitate to call the Chamber of Commerce at 910-592-6177 or email us at I encourage you all to get involved in the Chamber. We offer a lot of unlimited opportunities for you and your business. Let the Chamber work for you.

Kaitlin Norris is the director of the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce.

By Kaitlin Norris

Contributing columnist

Kaitlin Norris is the director of the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce.

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