Collierville Chamber of Commerce to Launch "Experience Collierville" Mobile App Technology to help consumers share "Love on a Local Level" The Collierville Chamber of Commerce is getting ready to officially launch "Experience Collierville", an innovative interactive mobile app that will connect area consumers to Collierville Chamber member businesses with the touch of a finger. "The COVID-19 pandemic continues to stifle local economic growth, and as businesses adhere to capacity limitations and social distancing protocols, we wanted to provide an added value to all Chamber members by making it easier for customers to connect directly with them," says Mark Heuberger, [...]
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Chamber Ambassadors Prepare for a Busy Fall The Ambassadors of the Collierville Chamber of Commerce held their monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 2, at First Baptist Church of Collierville. The venue served the large group well. McAlister’s Deli provided sandwiches, sides and dessert in boxed lunch style. Collierville Chamber president, Mark Heuberger, opened the meeting by expressing that “it’s great to be meeting in person again and looking ahead to some fun events.” Ambassador Chairman Pansy Hall of Patriot Bank Mortgage reviewed the fall events ranging from Monthly Membership Meetings to Women’s Leadership Network Luncheons to a Golf tournament [...]
The Collierville Chamber is Hiring! Communications, Marketing, and Digital Media Coordinator Email resume to email@example.com to apply by Tuesday, September 15, 2020. The Collierville Chamber of Commerce is a member organization of business and community leaders dedicated to building community through advocating for a business-friendly environment and helping businesses thrive. PRIMARY FUNCTION: The representative is responsible for the development of all communications of the Chamber to enhance the image of the organization within our membership and to the general public. JOB DESCRIPTION: Coordinate the storytelling framework for marketing and communications, working closely with other team members. Craft print and [...]
Congressman David Kustoff of Tennessee’s 8th Congressional District Speaks at the Collierville Chamber of Commerce’s “Next Normal Community Leaders Forum” Kustoff offers a Washington, D.C. perspective on COVID-19 and the economy U.S. Congressman David Kustoff of the 8th Congressional District of Tennessee addressed members of the Collierville Chamber of Commerce and guests at the Bank of Collierville on Tuesday August 25. Kustoff offered a Washington, D.C. perspective at the Chamber’s “Next Normal and Beyond: A Community Leaders Forum.” After brief introductory remarks by Mark Heuberger, President of the Collierville Chamber of Commerce, McCall Wilson of the Bank of Collierville [...]
Collierville Chamber of Commerce Hosts Monthly Membership Meeting Photo by Cindy B. Thymius Photography Collierville Chief of Police Dale Lane offers insight into creating a culture of transparency and service Dale Lane, the recently appointed Chief of Police for the Town of Collierville, addressed the Collierville Chamber of Commerce’s Monthly Membership Luncheon held on August 12 at First Baptist Church of Collierville. The meeting was sponsored by the YMCA. Prior to Chief Lane’s remarks, Jaime Munz of the Schilling Farms Y outlined the YMCA’s efforts during the COVID-19 to assist the greater Memphis Community as it has [...]
Collierville Chamber of Commerce Hosts Monthly Membership Meeting The Collierville Chamber of Commerce welcomed members to their first General Membership Meeting since March. Membership meetings had been curtailed for several months in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, and every necessary step possible was taken to make this limited-audience, masked and socially distanced event a comfortable and safe experience. The July 22 meeting was hosted by Collierville First Baptist Church and sponsored by First Horizon Bank. As part of their new “Love on the Local Level” campaign, the Chamber asked three local eateries, Cheffie’s Café and Captain John’s Bar-B-Que, [...]
"The Next Normal and Beyond" A Community Forum Collierville Chamber of Commerce holds “The Next Normal and Beyond” Community Forum The Collierville Chamber of Commerce, along with the Town of Collierville, presented “The Next Normal and Beyond” a Community Forum in the Pickler Auditorium at Collierville High School on Thursday, June 25. The community forum focused on the challenges that the Collierville community has faced and continues to face from COVID-19. The forum was hosted by Collierville Schools. Mark Heuberger, President and CEO of the Collierville Chamber of Commerce, began the morning’s event by welcoming attendees and thanking the [...]
Collierville Chamber Offers Free App to Help You Track Occupancy Are you needing to keep count of customers entering and exiting your establishment to adhere to the local and state government Back-to Business Framework? The Chamber has a free solution for you! Eric Burden, a Shelby County resident, has graciously offered his KeepCount App for the use of Collierville Chamber members for free. No strings attached. "For me, this is an opportunity to give back to my community. I only hope that this application will make this trying time a bit easier to navigate," says Burden. KeepCount is a [...]
For Many Local Businesses, the Path to “Next Normal” is Reinvention The coronavirus is devastating many of our local small businesses, barring customers from shops and restaurants and keeping cash out of cash registers. But for all the stress and frustration caused by the coronavirus, the tragedy is spurring innovation. Business owners who develop a plan to turn interruption into invention will be the ones who thrive beyond the turmoil. We recently interviewed several local business owners and managers who are members of the Collierville Chamber. They shared their lessons learned along with their strategies for moving forward. The [...]
Back to Business Framework Announced It goes without saying that the past weeks, which are becoming months, have been difficult for us as individuals and as a community. As clarity starts to emerge, businesses will reopen their doors soon. The City of Memphis, Shelby County Government, and the six suburban municipalities today announced a plan to get Shelby County residents safely back-to-business. While the community should remain vigilant about adhering to social distancing guidelines and hygiene practices, local governments felt it was time to safely start introducing measures that alleviate some burdens on the economy — while also balancing the [...]