A new Chamber member program is launched –
Having a high quality, current head shot is a necessity in business. Regardless of your title or what it is you’re selling, the first impression that a prospective customer or client gets is often based on an image of you. Whether it’s by way of viewing your company website, seeing your picture in the local newspaper, picking up one of your business cards or any other marketing medium that has your photograph on it, your picture can make or break that first impression. Many small business owners make the mistake of using an old, unprofessional or shabbily edited photo for business purposes and put off getting the proper one taken.
Three Chamber member photographers have stepped up to the plate to help the Chamber launch a new program called, “Head Shot Happy Hour.” The goal is to make it easy, affordable and convenient for our members to get a great head shot taken for themselves, their staff, their board members or their sales team. Here’s how it works: On three Thursdays in the coming weeks, the photographers will set up shop in the Chamber offices from 3 to 6 p.m. You may make an appointment with any one you wish by calling the Chamber offices. Bookings are first-come, first-served so don’t delay. You may also check out each of their websites by clicking on the links below. The price is just $50 per person. You will pay that evening and will be provided with your photos on a disc or by way of a link. Each photographer is a little different so feel free to contact them with questions. In addition, the Chamber will provide light refreshments for you to enjoy while you wait or after your photo session is over.
Why not check this one off of your “to do” list once and for all and get a quality, professional head shot that you can use for all of your promotional and advertising needs? Hope to see you at thefirst (to be annual), “Head Shot Happy Hour.” And thank you again to our participating photographers:
R Nolan Photography
Thursday, May 26th
Thursday, June 2nd
Bella Lux Images
Thursday, June 9th