You've probably heard the old adage, "Membership has its privileges". As a Member of the West Richland Area Chamber of Commerce, you'll find this statement very accurate. Your chamber membership allows you to gain exposure for your business through numerous networking events, plus take advantage of the many business services we provide. Other reasons to belong to our dynamic organization include community leadership & advocacy, business prestige & credibility, support & knowledge of other members, and giving back to your community. The advantages of joining the chamber are both tangible and intangible, personal and professional.
Chamber Bucks are a fun way for you to be incentivized for getting more involved in the West Richland Area Chamber.
It's very simple: You utilize your member benefits (e.g. Attend a Chamber event, volunteer, be a sponsor, etc.), and a staff member will give you simulated money with every action you take-by the thousands!
Member to Member Deals
Member to Member Deals are discounts offered to WRCC members by participating Chamber businesses. This is a great way to support and highlight local Chamber businesses while also giving members additional benefits and the opportunity to develop relationships with Chamber businesses!
Grow Your Business Articles
Grow-Your-Business Articles are contributions from WRACC members to other members to help them grow in their self- and business-leadership.
Meet the Owner: Preston House
Read the story of WRACC member Preston House, owner of Papa Johns Pizza here in the Tri-Cities, as he went from employee to owner through perseverance and passion:
Continuous Improvement Leadership Lessons from Noah's Ark by Larry Fast
This article, by Larry Fast, provides ten ideas to improve your leadership performance. Larry Fast is founder and president of Pathways to Manufacturing Exellence and a veteran of 35 year in the wire and cable industry.
Burning Bright Without Burning Out by Paul Casey
If you burn out in leadership, your business takes a tailspin. Paul Casey of Growing Forward Services writes about some habits to stay sharp and avoid burnout.