SJC Hispanic Chamber & Lodi Chamber Partner Together
The promotion runs March 26 2015 - May 15 2015
Who: San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce & the Lodi District Chamber of Commerce
What: Promotional Joint Membership
When: March 26-May 15, 2015 Where: Lodi and all of San Joaquin County
Why: Expanding Opportunities for Members!
On Thursday, March 26th, the San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SJCHCC) and the Lodi District Chamber of Commerce announced the first ever promotional joint-membership program. For an exclusive time only new members have an opportunity to join both Chambers and take advantage of exclusive benefits, programs and networking opportunities. Nearly one hundred prospective members attended the inaugural mixer in celebration of the program’s launch at Watts Winery in Lodi.
wine tasting, food and entertainment. Attendees learned about the exclusive benefits associated with the partnership such as event tickets, ribbon cutting ceremonies, educational trainings and web advertisements. “I believe it is important to think regionally when providing chamber services and activities to our area. While we do specialize in representing and creating access to our Hispanic community and to others, we are stronger chambers by working together for a common course of action” said Sylvester Aguilar, President of SJCHCC.
The event featured a Business to Business Expo,
“The union of our two chambers is in our names, it’s all about Commerce! “ said Pat Patrick, CEO & President of the Lodi District Chamber of Commerce, “We are enlarging the prospective pie for any business who joins during our 2-for-1 membership promotion. It’s a great opportunity for new and existing members to meet other business people”.
The joint membership will include exclusive benefits designed to help business owners grow their small businesses in San Joaquin County. Programs will include monthly bilingual workshops, networking events and access to signature Chamber events.
“With nearly 40% of the population of San Joaquin County being Latino, the buying power of the Hispanic community has drastically increased. SJCHCC is pleased to present opportunities that allow business owners to increase capacity, knowledge and ultimately, revenue, expanding both our membership and the greater business community,” said Brenna Butler Garcia, CEO of the SJCHCC. The promotion runs March 26-May 15. For more information contact the SJCHCC or Lodi Chamber offices at (209) 943-6117 or (209) 367-7840 or visit their websites at www.sjchispanicchamber.com or www.lodichamber.com.
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