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It happens to the best of us. No matter how much planning we do, sometimes a chamber event flops. Here's what to do what it happens.

Last week we covered how to help your member businesses thrive at the end of year. Now, we're looking out for you. Here are a few tips and facts to help you maintain your sanity.

The end of the year can be a busy time for some businesses. If they're in the race for holiday spending, these ideas can help.

Your small businesses work hard and they're the backbone of your economy, providing many jobs for the community. This is the ideal time to celebrate them.

For small businesses looking to drive sales during Small Business Season, social media can be one of the best (and cheapest!) ways to do it. In this article, we provide social media posts you can copy as well as several ideas for drawing a crowd.

According to a recent report, 43% of middle-class Americans will be spending less on gifts this holiday. If you're one of them, you need to shop local.

Are you trying to get your community to support shopping small? Then you need to educate them on the "why" and help them have fun doing it.

Small businesses are as varied as large ones. If you're not assisting the microbusinesses, there's a market out there that could use your help and could advance your chamber's entrepreneurial mission.

Bolster local small businesses and help your chamber shine during the holiday season through participation in Small Business Season. This initiative provides an opportunity to showcase the unique products and services of local entrepreneurs, increasing foot traffic and boosting the local economy. Here's why you should get involved:


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