The Ambassador Program is a professional development opportunity that offers many benefits. Ambassadors support the goals and objectives of the Franklin Chamber in the areas of membership retention, recruitment and community representation.
What is an Ambassador?
An Ambassador is an official representative of the Chamber of Commerce, a front-line volunteer.
Who can serve as an Ambassador?
Any current employee of a Chamber member in good standing may apply to serve as an Ambassador.
When does the Ambassador Committee meet?
The Ambassador Committee meets over lunch the first Thursday of the month from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Ambassadors also attend Chamber sponsored functions such as ribbon cuttings, monthly luncheon meetings, business mixers throughout the year. Event locations vary throughout the community.
Why serve as an Ambassador?
Serving as an Ambassador allows you to become more involved in your business community. This results in increased networking opportunity, enhanced visibility of your business, and numerous opportunities to market and promote your products and services.
The responsibilities of the Ambassador include participation in a variety of programs, projects and activities, including:
These responsibilities shall be carried out by:
If you are interested in applying for the ambassador program, click to download the application form or contact the office by phone at 317-736-6334 or by email for more information.
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