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Vail Chamber membership is a great investment

Lourdes FerzaccaVail, CO, Colorado

Among the best investments you can make when starting or expanding your business is to join the Vail Chamber & Business Association. Your local association represents all businesses and owners of all levels, provides rich member benefit programs, and offers valuable industry contacts and knowledge that can help you be more efficient and profitable. And chamber membership is a great deal! The real dollar value of your membership far exceeds the cost of dues, even if you only consider the lobbying and representation, which is not available from any other source. Add the many tangible benefits, and membership in the Vail Chamber & Business Association can be the difference between success and failure when starting a business. No one argues that starting, maintaining or expanding a business in today’s business environment is not a complex, time-consuming task. Laws vary from one jurisdiction to the next, distribution channels fluctuate, and just staying abreast of regulations and how they affect your business can be daunting. Chamber membership can help you navigate the tangled bureaucratic and regulatory environment with information and assistance. Our database is a valuable tool and the weekly newsletter is a great source for information, whether local or valley-wide. The bi-monthly meetings are a great way to network, socialize and let others know about your services, products and business. Vail Chamber & Business Association membership keeps you in touch with your industry colleagues, both down the street and across the country. You can learn what your peers are doing in a friendly informative setting. However, this association is far more than just a social club. It gives you as a business a collective voice that’s absolutely necessary in today’s special interest political environment. It gives you representation, information and collaboration on important topics and dealings. Even when you are not present, you are being represented. But that collective voice is only as loud as the number of individual voices. More members mean greater representation and bargaining power, better, broader and more affordable benefits. Participation in the Vail Chamber & Business Association not only makes sense, but, frankly, it is the right thing to do for your business, your investors, your employees, your fellow neighboring businesses and for you. A network, a voice, and a rich source of business resources and ingredients for success in the your business. That’s why the Vail Chamber & Business Association deserves your support and membership dollars. Join today.The Vail Chamber & Business Association is having its annual board of directors election. Five of the nine seats are up for re-election in 2010, and all five of the current members have indicated a desire to continue. Per the organization by-laws, any business within the town of Vail and that is current with membership dues, may be eligible for election to our board of directors. If you are interested in running for a seat and meet the criteria, contact Richard tenBraak at the chamber office no later than Feb, 15.The Vail Chamber & Business Association is the leading business advocacy group in Vail and is a communications outlet for businesses that want to have a voice in community affairs. If you are interested in finding out more about the Vail Chamber and what it has to offer, call 970-477-0075 or e-mail info@vailchamber.org. Based in Vail Village, our office is located in the transportation center and our doors are open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 p.m. Stop by and say hello!Lourdes Ferzacca is President of the Vail Chamber & Business Association and owner of La Tour Restaurant in Vail village.


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