The theme for this year’s Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner will be “Anything On Wheels” with many local businesses already on board to make sure it’s an evening of interesting and enjoyable information and displays.
The two-year Ohio operating budget finally passed on Wednesday after the first deadline extension in a decade. Many changes were made to both the House and Senate versions for the final budget to make it out of Conference Committee Tuesday evening. It was finally signed by the Governor early Thursday morning.
On Wednesday, July 24th, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., the Ohio Small Business Development Center (SBDC)at Kent State at Tuscarawas will partner with the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce to host a small business workshop titled “Social Media Bootcamp.”
Don’t miss the 2019 Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce Burger Bash and Corn Hole Competition, sponsored by the Jefferson County Chamber Ambassador Club.
There are a few things that every professional should have and one is a quality, up-to-date headshot. Whether you are using it on a marketing piece, on your website or a business card, it’s often the way that others get their first impression of you and your business or organization. Why take the chance of sending the wrong message? Regardless of the size of your business or organization or your industry, a professionally done headshot is an affordable, smart promotional tool to have – right up there with a quality logo, website and (at least) a one-page marketing piece.
As part of an international movement, the American Red Cross launched its “Missing Types” campaign on June 11th. The purpose is to raise awareness of the need for blood donors to ensure lifesaving blood is available for patients.
Have you ever considered becoming a member of the Chamber Board of Directors? In the coming months, there will be openings on the board as some of our long-time directors reach the end of their terms.
This past Tuesday, the Chamber hosted its 33rd Annual Trinity Health System Golf Classic at the Steubenville Country Club and a great time was had by golfers and non-golfers alike.
This coming Tuesday, the Chamber will host its 33rd Annual Golf Classic. It’s not only the Chamber’s biggest fundraiser, but the Golf Classic is also a long-time tradition that brings together golfers, volunteers, staff, and Chamber members and their employees each spring for a day of food, drink, and friendly competition.
Many long-time supporters of the event are once again on board this year, including Trinity Health System who serves as the title sponsor. In advance of Tuesday, the Chamber would like to thank each of its sponsors for helping keep this tradition alive. Watch the Chamber’s Facebook page and next week’s “In The Know” for shout outs and for updates throughout the day.
One of the most sought-after door prizes at the Chamber’s annual golf outing is the very valuable gift card tree. DiGregory’s Greenhouse & Garden Center in Steubenville generously donates a beautiful live plant each year and the chamber fills it with gift cards and certificates from local businesses. Last year’s value was over $250.