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  • Ambassadors

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    This committee acts as the goodwill arm of the Chamber and makes personal contact with Chamber members, asking for their opinions about Chamber programs and current business trends.


    Goals of this committee are:

    • Assist with implementation of the Chamber Banquet.
    • Assist with the Chamber Golf Tournament.
    • Attend and assist monthly Membership Breakfasts.
    • Attend Business After Hour events.
    • Develop Ambassadors guidelines.
    • Participate in the Meals on Wheels program.
    • Promote the Chamber and all its activities.
    • Represent the Chamber at ribbon cuttings, ground breaking ceremonies and other public functions.
    • Strive to visit every active member within 24 months.
    • Encourage members to attend Chamber activities.
    • Solicit suggestions for improvement for business in general, for their business in particular, and for the quality of life in the Finney County area.

  • Become an Ambassador

    The Ambassadors are the premier group of the Chamber.  Membership is by nomination and approval only and requirements are for entry and longevity are strict.  It is an HONOR and a PRIVILEGE to be Garden City Chamber of Commerce Ambassador.


    Benefits of Being An Ambassador

    Personal contact with business owners/managers

    Public exposure for you and your business

    Meeting with new people in town

    Provide invaluable service to the Chamber

    Fellowship with other community-minded (FUN) people like you

    Help provide revenue to keep the Chamber financially sound for the future

  • Sticky Note Corner

    'I became an Ambassador to meet new people but have gained much more than that from this group.  I have learned so much about the community and the businesses and get to participate in many of the events during the year.  It has been amazing for me as a person and a professional.'
     
                                                                                                 -Kathy Diehl, American State Bank