2019 Chamber Goals

Our 2019 Board of Directors are leading the charge on the Chamber’s goals for the upcoming year.  It’s always exciting to start the year with revived energy on a solid list of tasks. Our teams are in place and committed to making it a great year for the Chamber and our community.

 

2019 Chamber Goals

 

  • Create more visible, definable value for our members.

 

Our members are always put first. We want to ensure that their exclusive benefits and events continue to drive their business forward. Improvements will be made in the content delivered at our events, including: renowned speakers at luncheons, enhanced curriculum at Chamber 101 classes, and targeted networking at mixers.

 

  • Create a Political Affairs Committee

 

Our members need to know what is happening in the political realm that impacts their business. We will be providing regular communication from our local, regional and state leadership on matters that pertain to business owners so that they can make sharper business decisions.

 

  • Position the Chamber for incremental growth

 

Our members want to be a part of a growing and vibrant organization. We will be creating a strategy that puts the Chamber in a powerful position as our community grows.

 

  • Develop relationships

 

Our members rely on us to create an environment that helps them grow their network. We will continue to work hard in securing relationships in the community that enable our members to thrive.

 

  • Expand the footprint of our Brand

 

Our members want the community to know who they are and what services they provide. We will continue to increase our digital presence in order to promote the support local movement and to bring awareness to the services provided in our own backyard.

 

Executing these goals is our passion and we are looking forward to the process. None of this work could be done without the leadership of our Board. We are so fortunate to have a strong group of successful individuals dedicated to the business community and the City of Spring Hill. We would like to introduce our 2019 Board of Directors: Clint McCain (Franklin Synergy Bank), Bruce Hull (TN Valley Property Inspections), Jim Grimes (Autobody Advantage), Kayce Williams (City of Spring Hill), Rob Ferrara (First Farmers Bank), David St. Charles (State Farm), Jill Rosenberry (Suntrust Bank), Stephanie Roselli (The Advertiser News), Kathy Macrander (A-Z Office Resource), Corey Gonzalez (Spring Hill Bakery), Sharon Warren (The Reserve at Spring Hill), not pictured Barry Osborne (Costco), Nathan Hixson (Columbia Academy-Spring Hill), Lynn Maddox (Vanderbilt University), Ravi Godhwani (Holiday Inn Express- Spring Hill).

 

Thank you for your continued support in working together to create a better Spring Hill!

 

Rebecca Melton, Executive Director, Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce

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