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The Summerland Chamber of Commerce is doing our part to contribute to the conversation around the coming Municipal election.
The Summerland Chamber renewed its agreement with the District of Summerland to provide tourism and various economic development services.
In recent months the Summerland Chamber has participated in discussions around the building of the new community library.
Recently the Summerland Chamber of Commerce held its Annual General Meeting.
At its recent February meeting the chamber board discussed an issue that is of importance to all of us, the Urban Growth Strategy Report.
One of the key areas where the Summerland Chamber of Commerce is at work is in Business Retention, Expansion and Attraction.
Occasionally, at Chamber related functions, we will mention the word advocacy and watch everyone’s eyes glaze over.
Here in the Thompson-Okanagan region many of our tourists are home grown coming from other areas of the province.
It is sometimes easy to think that businesses in a small town may have more to learn from large corporations than the other way around.
On May 9 Summerland businesses were well represented at the annual All Chambers Valley Wide Business after Business event.
Every year the Summerland Chamber of Commerce has the privilege of recognizing and honouring those who have made a difference.
Without the support of volunteers, an event like Light-Up simply could not happen.
In our last article for the Summerland Review, we shared our excitement about the upcoming 25th Annual Festival of Lights with the readers.
Community event marks quarter century with exciting lineup.
Summerland Chamber of Commerce supports initiatives that help attract and keep small businesses.
There are a variety of ways small business owners can focus on the future and keep moving forward.