Membership Benefits - photo by Kim LindnerGarden Theater, Greenfield (photo by Kim Lindner)

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Franklin County Chamber members receive the following benefits:000

  • Referrals, through the hundreds of inquiries received by the Chamber office, are a benefit available exclusively to members. Chamber membership adds a note of credibility and distinction to a business.

  • Internet presence on the Chamber website, with numerous categories available to list your business, maximizing your exposure, and providing a link to your website

  • Semi-monthly newsletters, containing updates on business news in the county, Chamber activities, and calendars of events. Members may place ads and inserts in the newsletter for a reasonable fee, reaching over 1,000 potential customers

  • Listing in FCCC Membership Directory of county goods and services, the relocation guide which is requested by hundreds of individuals contemplating a move to Franklin County

  • Sponsorship opportunities and exposure at CiderDays, monthly breakfasts and networking events, and social media as well as in co-operative advertisements in major tourism publications

  • Networking opportunities in a relaxed social atmosphere at Business After Hours

  • Monthly breakfast programs with prominent business and legislative leaders as speakers. New members receive two complimentary breakfast tickets, and are publicly recognized and welcomed

  • Certificates of origin are provided at no charge to members; current lists of county manufacturers and major employers, lists and mailing labels of chamber members

  • Members receive complimentary copies of the bi-weekly publication, Business West.

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“Our Chamber membership is one of the important ways that we place value on our relationships with other business owners and with our community. “ Bruce Lessels, Zoar Outdoor
“Chamber membership helps keep my staff in contact with the local business community through their seminars and events.” – Michael Tucker, Greenfield Cooperative Bank
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