Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SHIP BOTTOM, N.J. - Feb 24, 2017 - Promotion of commerce and growth is a main focus forSouthern Ocean County Chamber. The 103 year old business organization has partnered with Ocean County Board of Realtors to have five their 2017 meetings in available commercial and retail space within the Long Beach Island Region. This new format allows current and new business owners with thoughts of expanding, relocating or moving from a home office to explore the options in Southern Ocean County while attending a monthly chamber meeting. The March 8 meeting will begin at 330pm for registration with program starting at 345pm at One Great Bay Blvd in Tuckerton. It will include chamber updates, time to tour commerical space and a key note presentation by Michael Redpath of Redpath and Associates. The firm has a successful history working with small businesses, community organizations, churches, communities, municipalities, and regional areas that are seeking revitalized visions for their futures and the tools to achieve those visions.
The program will give some insights into the customer experience and pointers for ensuring that yours exceeds your customers’ expectations so that you get and keep the customers you want. Redpath will give particular attention to the role of your brand, the concept of brand congruence, and managing the customer experience. Projects have included long-term Sandy recovery plans for New Jersey communities; revitalizing downtowns; church building, funding, and leadership initiatives; successful public referendums, including the Toms River name change; massive tourism development programs; large public events such as Beachfest Atlantic City; and as basic as facilitating workshops that help organizations focus their direction.
The March 8 meeting is open the entire business community and will include refreshments. RSVP to the Southern Ocean County Chamber Office at 609 494 7211, or online at www.visitLBIregion.com A donation of $10 at the door benefiting HOPE SHEDS LIGHT and the Maximilian Foundation is requested. Source :
Southern Ocean Chamber