Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce: My Chamber Membership Episode Two: My Voice, Our Voice 08/19/2013
One of the most important and valued functions of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce is to act as an advocate for its member businesses on a local, regional, state, national and even global level. Whether it’s bringing political persons of importance to the area to engage in discussions with community business leaders, or taking the ideas and opinions of those business leaders directly to Vermont and US legislators in order to make change for the better, the Chamber’s government affairs and advocacy team is here to support you.
When the Chamber is able to effect change for our member businesses, everyone in the community benefits. To learn more about how LCRCC works for you, your community and your business, visit vermont.org/chamber and navigate to “Government Affairs and Advocacy.”
Eric Agnero hosts Sandy Thibault, Campus Area Transportation Management Assoc. (CATMA) and Michele Boomhower, Assistant Director CCRPC, Transportation Director. CCRPC.org www.ecosproject.com
Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce: My Chamber Membership Episode One: What's the Chamber? 08/13/2013
What is a Chamber of Commerce anyway? These answers straight from the mouths of our members may surprise you. The Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce strives to continually innovate and push the limits of what a Chamber can be and do, both for its individual member businesses and the community as a whole. From regional tourism promotion to workforce investment through education and job development to small business incubation and numerous discount programs, we believe our Chamber programs and initiatives are the best in Vermont.
Don’t take it from us - watch the video and hear for yourself what our members are saying about us. You’ll discover how deeply valuable a membership with the Lake Champlain Chamber can be!
Jan Riordan hosts Kristin Magnant, Y Wellness Coordinator and program leader for the new, free YMCA fitness program for cancer survivors LIVESTRONG. Greater Burlington YMCA. www.gbymca.org
Vermont Access Network (VAN): Ask the Experts with Rep. Anne O'Brien: GMO Labeling with Dave Rogers of NOFA VT 07/29/2013
Richmond, Vt Representative Anne O'Brien discusses GMO labeling legislation with NOFA VT policy advisor Dave Rogers.
Program produced by Service Rendered. Host Hannah Scott, Executive Assistant, and Bruce Wilson, Executive Director, share insights into summer events and the local arts and music scene.
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Organization (CCRPC) promotes cooperation among the 19 municipalities of the Chittenden County region. This meeting includes the 2nd Public Hearing for the Draft 2013 Chittenden County ECOS Plan.