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A few weeks ago, the chamber had the opportunity to host an Economic Development Building Blocks Workshop.
For the past few years, I’ve been writing every spring about the power of cycling as an economic rejuvenator.
On March 15, members of the Summerland Chamber of Commerce met for the Annual General Meeting and the first Tourism Showcase.
The first quarter of the year is a busy time for tourism activities.
The Summerland Chamber of Commerce has the privilege of honouring businesses as well as those who have made a difference in our community.
Recently the question of chamber benefits and their connection to business license fees was raised.
Every year the Summerland Chamber plans and hosts the Okanagan’s premier kick off to the Christmas season.
The upcoming federal election on Oct. 19 is of particular importance given the many issues affecting our country.
Einstein said that not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted, counts.
Last Friday morning I had the opportunity to attend an annual rite of passage in our community.
If a picture’s worth a thousand words, then a good story’s worth a million pictures.
In Summerland, the district contracts business retention, expansion and attraction to the chamber.
On March 10, Summerland Chamber of Commerce members met for the annual general meeting at Sumac Ridge Estate Winery.
Thank you to the community of Summerland for participating in the nomination process for the Business and Community Excellence Awards.
Every year the Summerland Chamber of Commerce honours our local businesses as well as those who have made a difference in our community.
This Friday the Summerland Chamber of Commerce will host Christmas Rocks! at the 27th annual Festival of Lights.
Many of you have asked if economic development is happening in the absence of a district employed economic development officer.
Earlier this year, we heard the news that WestJet will be flying into Penticton.
Fourteen months ago the Trail of the Okanagans bike path advocacy group was formed to promote the plan.
In the next five years, up to one-quarter of the business owners in the Okanagan could be looking to sell their businesses.