Joining the Chamber of Commerce is a great way to gain new business prospects and attract more local business through resources available exclusively to members.
Perhaps the key reason to join is that it will establish your credibility within the community. Statistics indicate that approximately 64 percent of consumers say they are more impressed with a business associated with the local chamber of commerce. For a Chamber business member, this means you have the opportunity to create a sense of goodwill with your target audience - which in turn means they will be more likely to buy from you.
Kentucky Lake CHamber INformationThe Kentucky Lake Chamber of Commerce in Marshall County is the business community working together. It is the central agency that unites the forces of the community for its improvement and development.
The overall objective of the Kentucky Lake Chamber of Commerce in Marshall County is to ensure progressive and orderly economic development, in order to make the community a better place in which to work, live, and succeed. The Chamber’s strength lies in its membership, enabling them to accomplish collectively what no one could do individually. The Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of individuals and businesses who band together to advance the commercial, financial, industrial and civic interests of a community.
The Chamber represents and promotes the area’s economy encouraging business and industrial investment, broadening the tax base and providing employment. To business prospects and newcomers, the Chamber represents the community’s “FRONT DOOR”. It helps all members of the business community, from firms and corporations to small business and individuals alike, the Chamber welcomes newcomers and visitors alike.
It maintains a library of directories, reports, surveys, maps, tourist and travel folders, community functions and events for the use of its members.
Basic to all the work of the Chamber is its unifying influence which is exemplified through service and coordination within its own committees and in organizational efforts throughout the entire community.