Worthington Area Chamber, Regional Economic Development Corp., announces new dues structure – The Globe

WORTHINGTON — With the merger of the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce and the Worthington Regional Economic Development Corporation, Executive Director Mike Daley is announcing a new dues structure for the combined organization.

“Bundle Up will show exactly what members can expect in terms of a direct return on their investment,” Daley said. “The Chamber has always been and will be for new business relationships, promoting your business, building credibility for your business, events/programs, business referrals, legislative voice, online directory, networking and community investment.”

The Chamber and WREDC will continue to focus on the needs of the business community, Daley said. Committees will be created to better serve the community, such as workforce development, janitorial, and business retention and expansion. An expansion of the network of young professionals is also planned.

The combined Chamber and WREDC will develop strategic partnerships to better serve the community and unveil a membership management system that can be a place for promotion, advertising, job postings and much more.

The newly created membership structure offers nine different levels of funding, ranging from a social member with a dues of $110, to President’s Circle, to $7,500. In between, associate membership dues are $250; Believing level at $350; Supporter level at $500; Partner level at $750; Lawyer level at $1,000; Premier Tier at $2,000; and Executive Premier level at $4,000.

At each level, members will receive an assortment of services based on their paid dues.

For more information, contact Daley at (507) 372-2919 or [email protected].

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