"Small Town Big Heart"
Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce
Meets at Karens Uptown Kafe
2nd Wednesday @ noon
It only costs $50/year to become a member, but it is free to come to a meeting. So stop by have breakfeast, and let us know what we can do to help.
County National Bank (517-448-8957) Website
Bob's Market House (448-3141) Tim_sallows@spartanstores.com
Rima Mfg firstname.lastname@example.org
Hudson Public Library email@example.com
Aero Space Services and Products Website
Hi Lex Controls Website
Orlando Welcome Center (407-396-4009) Website
Quigley's Log Home Bed & Breakfast (448-1057) Website
Dr. Schmidt (448-8918) Website
Hudson Area Schools (448-8912) Website
Brown Van Hemert Funeral Home (448-2941) Website
Eagle Funeral Home (448-3481) Website
Chamber Vision Committee Meeting
March 17, 2011
To enhance the life of our community by supporting and promoting the businesses of our community.
To actively involve all local businesses in chamber activities.
To encourage all local businesses to become members of chamber.
To enhance local business viability through social networking.
To develop business to business relationships.
To promote an excellent working relationship between civic, business, service, religious
and educational community.
To regularly highlight member businesses and community interests.
To provide resources for new and existing businesses to develop and strengthen.
1. To promote chamber
1.1. Organize a formal event to celebrate “passing of the gavel” from former president to current president.
1.2. Publish newspaper ad listing mission, vision and current members.
1.3. Organize newspaper coverage of monthly chamber highlights.
2. To promote chamber members
2.1 Create a list and profile of chamber members
d. Type of business
2.2 Promote chamber member monthly through local paper and theater.
2.3 Explore methods of reaching new families in the community.
3. To increase chamber membership by 10%
3.1 Identify potential members.
3.2 Identify who will contact potential members.
3.3 Create new member packet
(Develop a member mentor program)
4. To strengthen intra club relationships (social – business)
4.1 Schedule quarterly after hours events.
4.2 Organize a social event after Halloween decorations.
5. To work with community groups to enhance common interests
5.1 Invite representatives from civic, service, religious and educational community to report on a regular basis.
5.2 Organize a summit of the civic, service, religious and educational community for the purpose of developing common goals.