HELENA – Last week, the Montana Chamber of Commerce was honored to receive two national membership awards from the Association of State Chamber Professionals at the 2018 Chamber Federation Advocacy and Growth Conference.
In its category, the Montana Chamber took first place in the Greatest Retention in Money category. The state chamber received honorable mention in its category for Greatest Retention in Member Numbers. The Montana Chamber competed against other state chambers that have up to 5 million residents in population in its state. There were 18 state chambers of commerce that completed the awards survey for 2018.
“We were so honored to receive these awards in front of our peers from across the U.S.,” said Webb Brown, president/CEO of the Montana Chamber of Commerce. “Through our ten-year strategic plan, Envision 2026, we’re working on continuing to keep Montana a great place to do business. These awards show that the businesses of Montana believe in us and Envision 2026. We can’t wait to continue building on this success.”
ABOUT THE MONTANA CHAMBER
Since it’s formation in 1931, the Montana Chamber of Commerce has been the state’s leading business advocate, representing members from the state’s largest businesses, to Main Street “mom-and-pop’s.”
As the leading business advocate, the Montana Chamber of Commerce envisions a business climate that is optimal for Montana business prosperity.
To create and sustain an optimal business climate, business prosperity, and a strong Montana economy, the Montana Chamber of Commerce, through advocacy, education, and collaboration works to provide an empowered and educated workforce, reduce business growth obstacles, and advance positions that promote success for Montana businesses.
For Immediate Release
Sept. 18, 2018
Media Contact: Communications Director Alexandria Klapmeier
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