The West Volusia Regional Chamber of Commerce, Greater Volusia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Greater Sanford Regional Chamber of Commerce have signed an agreement that allows them to work more closely with each other while maintaining separate identities.
“The Tri-Chamber Partnership Agreement was created as a means of unification as well as bringing added value to all the Chamber members of each organization,” said Sherry DeCrenza, president of WVRCC. “The partnership will maintain a balance of leadership with each other. Each entity will sustain their vision and goals while offering unique benefits to the members.”
With the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement, the Chambers can better serve the business community in a more unified and inclusive fashion in a sustainable relationship for the years ahead, DeCrenza said in a news release.
The agreement provides Chamber members the opportunity to attend a partner Chamber’s events at member pricing. Members also will have access to signature events at member pricing, and opportunities to market their business at selected events.
The Chambers recognize that by working together they are able to offer their members the opportunity to engage in an expanded network, DeCrenza said.
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— Compiled by Business Editor Joe Crews