Exeter Chamber Celebrates many firsts in this issue including its Business and Breakfast monthly event. This issue also features information on many other upcoming events. Welcoming new members and renewing members.
Member to Member Newsletters regarding events and information of interest to the members of the Exeter Chamber
In this week’s Member News, the Exeter Chamber asks for Miss Exeter applications, announces a number of upcoming events and welcomes new and returning members to our Chamber.
The May Newsletter Feature’s Group Ribbon Cuttings, Member Renewals, New Members, and more. If you aren’t receiving the newsletter contact us.
This Week’s Newsletter is packed with events, business news, and much more. Be sure to subscribe if you aren’t receiving it by email.
The April 2022 Issue of the Exeter Chamber Newsletter features the awards winners of the 2021 year. Also included are special dates to remember, member renewals and new members.
Exeter Chamber Awards Dinner, celebrating 100 years of service, will be an Oscar-style event with a Taste of Exeter Dinner. Purchase tickets. Thanks to our sponsors: ABC Bookkeeping, Harvest Wealth Group, NSE Insurance Agencies, Inc. Verissimo & Pine, CPAs, and Mid Valley Disposal. Tickets give you a taste of Bell Craft Brew Co., Big Papa’s Deli, East Meet West, Exeter Coffee Company, Whistlestop, Hometown Emporium, Mama Rita’s Deli, Monet’s, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, Rick’s Trio, Up in Smoke, CWO Cacciatore Fine Wines and Olive Oil Corp.
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The Exeter Chamber of Commerce March Newsletter includes articles on upcoming events such as the return of the Exeter Awards Banquet in which we honor the best of the best in Exeter.
In February’s Chamber Newsletter, Tina Rice gives tips on attaining your business goals. Upcoming events and networking opportunities are also covered.
January Issue of the Exeter Chamber of Commerce Newsletter includes dates to remember for January, tips on extending sales past the holiday season, the appointment of Tina Rice as the Chamber’s Chief Executive Officer, member renewals and new members.
The focus of the December Newsletter was Promoting our Small Businesses during the Holiday Season. Shop Small isn’t just for one day of the year, but a whole season for celebrating the offerings of Exeter’s small business. In keeping with the holiday, we filled the month with special events promoting Downtown Exeter.
In November, we stopped to recognize the full staff that have been added to the Chamber. Tina Rice welcomed Office Assistant and Newsletter Editor Rachel Newman and Marketing and Social Media Manager Sarah Peltzer. We also spread the news about our upcoming Downtown Exeter Christmas Open House plans.
Exeter Fall Festival filled the chamber newsletter with a month of special events from the Scarecrow Competition to Family Fun Nights. Other local news included member happenings such as the Ambassador Lunch and Chamber Mixer, and a look back at Miss Exeter from 40 years ago.
New Interim Executive Director Tina Rice introduces herself and her plans for supporting local businesses. She also introduced the new office manager Rachel Newman, who had previously been creating the newsletters for the Chamber
In August we appointed Tina Rice as interim executive director of the Exeter Chamber who was replacing Director Sandy Blankenship who retired at the end of January. The issue also included events and member news.
In July, we share member news which is just one of the benefits of being a member of the Chamber. One of our favorite local events has returned to Exeter, the Exeter Lions Club 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular. We also honored the Chamber Ambassadors for all they do.
The June Exeter Chamber of Commerce Newsletter feature article is provided by Office Source 360, long-time member of the Chamber. Also in this issue are member happenings, local events, and a 1901 photograph of Exeter.