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your business within the ChamberThe Franklin Chamber of Commerce provides a wide variety of sponsorship opportunities to:
- Network with other local company representatives
- Advertise your business
- Learn how to grow your business
- Gather leads
- Read what is happening in weekly email newsletters
our quarterly newsletters
from your Chamber membership
Studies show that belonging to the Chamber is a great investment for your business, but it’s up to each member to take advantage of the benefits. The Franklin Chamber of Commerce offers the following as part of membership at no added cost.
Members can have a business table each year at monthly luncheons. Tables are to promote the member business, a product or an event. The member business can pass out business cards and promotional materials.
Businesses host ribbon cuttings to celebrate a grand opening, a remodel, a move or a new service. The Chamber provides ribbon and decorative scissors, submits press releases and coordinates with city or county officials. This is a perfect way to get noticed.
Keep up-to-date on member and community news weekly. Members can submit their news to be included in the newsletter.
A July cookout offers the Chamber a way to thank its members. Business mixers offer opportunities to connect, network and learn about fellow members. Young professional (YP) events and a career fair are even more events to help members engage for success.
An annual directory, which lists members by category and alphabetically, is distributed to 4,000+ homes and businesses in Johnson County and beyond.
The Chamber is a year-round champion for small businesses through ongoing promotional efforts, including hosting a shop small open house on Small Business Saturday. Members are encouraged provide promotional materials for shoppers.
New members can attend to learn about the Chamber and take away a goodie bag full of members’ promotional items or materials.
The Chamber office receives daily phone calls from consumers asking where to find goods and services. The Chamber always refers Chamber members.
A Chamber window decal displayed at a member business signifies community involvement and give consumers a feeling of security when frequenting businesses.
The Chamber advocates on behalf of its members. Members gain a say in what happens through the Chamber’s advocacy efforts and have a connection to legislators and leaders in the city, county, state and nation.