In an effort to strengthen both area businesses and non-profits, The Chamber’s Business Education Committee is offering a seminar/webinar detailing Every Door Direct Mail Marketing on September 11, 8am – 10am.
Did you know, most folks are marketing electronically which means physical mailbox mail is getting more attention!
Every Door Direct Mail service is an easy, cost-effective way to reach potential customers near your business. Just create your mail pieces however you like, then select postal routes and pay for postage online. Next, bring your mailing to your local Post Office™ for delivery to every household on your chosen routes.
Presented by representatives from the United States Postal Service and Aaron Crispin of Print, Signs and Designs, you’ll learn just how cost effectively you can reach every house in Salem County and beyond!
$10 for live seminar, $15 for Webinar.
Don’t wait! RSVP today by calling Karen Finlaw at 856-351-2244 or emailing her at Karen@salemcountychamber.com
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF SALEM COUNTY AND COOPER UNIVERSITY HEALTH CARE TEAM UP TO ENHANCE EMERGENCY CARE IN SALEM COUNTY
Cooper University Health Care (CUHC) has entered into an alliance with The Memorial Hospital of Salem County (MHSC) to provide physician coverage for the Emergency Department and Hospitalist program at the Salem County hospital.
As of July 1, 2015, Cooper physicians are staffing the MHSC Emergency Department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All physicians are board-certified/board-eligible in emergency medicine and will work in conjunction with the Cooper Hospitalists, who are already providing care to MHSC patients.
New Jersey is excited to welcome Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and Antique Archeology to the area. The team will film episodes of their History Channel hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout New Jersey. Filming is scheduled for early August.
AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique ‘picking’ on History. This hit show follows two of the most skilled pickers in the business, Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, as they embark on an epic road trip across the U.S. in search of America’s most valuable antiques from motorcycles, classic cars and bicycles to one-of-a-kind vintage memorabilia. Mike and Frank are on a mission to recycle America, restore forgotten relics to their former glory, and learn a thing or two about American history along the way.
AMERICAN PICKERS is looking for leads and would love to explore what you may have. They are on the hunt for interesting characters with interesting and unique items. Some of what they look for: vintage bicycles, toys, unusual radios, movie memorabilia, advertising, military items, folk art, vintage musical equipment, vintage automotive items, early firefighting equipment, vintage clothing, pre-50’s western gear.
AMERICAN PICKERS is produced by Cineflix Productions for History. New episodes air Wednesdays at 9pm ET on History.
If you have a large collection or want to refer someone to Mike and Frank, email: your name, number, address and description of the collection and photos to: email@example.com or call: 1-855-old-rust.
- Drivers (Class A CDL 3 yrs of exp.)
- Maintenance (2 yrs of exp.)
- Buyer (Assoc. Degree & 3 yrs buying exp.)
- Warehouse (1 yr warehouse exp.)
HSD/GED required. Must be 18 years or older.
Apply online at: www.mclaneco.com
McLane is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Stand Up For Salem/Salem Main Street Economic and Workforce Development Manager
Stand Up For Salem (SUFS) is a not for profit, volunteer based 501c3 organization working to improve the economic environment in Salem City New Jersey with a focus on the center/heart of Salem. Since 1999, SUFS has coordinated a successful New Jersey Main Street Program, as well as partnered with the City of Salem to develop a redevelopment plan and complete several large real estate projects in downtown Salem. In 2011, a comprehensive Neighborhood Plan for the Center of Salem Neighborhood was coordinated by Stand Up For Salem and approved by the State of New Jersey.
EDUCATION Certified Teacher needed Must possess a Teaching Standard Certificate and a P3 Qualified inquires only please call: 856-455-7133
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- What’s Happening July 31, 2015
- What’s Happening July 24, 2015
- What’s Happening July 17, 2015
- What’s Happening July 10, 2015
Thanks to everyone who participated in The Chamber’s Customer Service Survey. We asked folks their opinions on Customer Service and received a terrific response. When we asked for examples of good service, folks recognized some of our local businesses. We’d like to congratulate the following businesses on their exemplary customer service:
The Survey Question: Please tell us the best customer experience you’ve ever had? Can be in relation to a phone conversation or a brick and mortar store visit.
At Hassler Repair Garage, they are always knowledgeable and very polite. Calls are returned promptly and they can always get me in for an appointment at a reasonable time.
In Ranch Hope in Pennsville, when the manager offered us a bundled deal on the furniture we were buying. Not only was she extremely outgoing and pleasant, but to get a discount on top of everything was awesome.
The wait staff at the Salem Oak Diner paid attention while I was there. Kept my coffee cup full, took empty plates away, pleasant all around!
I found a car I was interested in at Bobbitt Auto, given a test drive. We waited over a week to followup and see if it was still their, didn’t get nagging call after visit or pushy sales person, Everyone always gives pleasant greeting there. This is 3rd vehicle from there.
Peebles – they know who you are, care about the community and are very helpful without being annoying…their staff are all very kind and helpful
My accountant, Crouch & Company. everyone is friendly and greets you by name.
It was Atlantic City Electric who promptly fixed my issue and the representative on the phone was very nice and helpful.
Chamber Tip of the Week
TIPS FOR PROMOTING YOUR BUSINESS
- List products/services you offer on the back of your business cards.
- Network as much as possible. Engage folks in conversation and exchange business cards
whenever possible. A great place to start is by planning to attend a Chamber event every
month. Remember our events are open to your staff, so if you can’t be there send one of your
employees to represent your company.
- Utilize The Chamber’s weekly E-News often (write an article, submit a sale flyer, etc) – our
distribution is over 5,000 folks weekly. Deadline for submissions is Wednesday at noon – email
- Develop partnerships with other businesses for referrals. In example, if you are a painter carry
business cards for other contractors to refer to your current Customers. Someone who trusts
you will appreciate your referral.
- Supply The Chamber office with your business cards and brochures. We use them for relocation
packages, tourist information packages and display in our office for folks who walk in seeking
- Attend at least one Chamber event per month. People are more likely to do business with
someone they know.
- Give your employees and Customer’s T-Shirts with your business name/logo – it’s great
- Implement business logo dress shirts/golf shirts for your employees, great advertising and they
are a constant advertisement for your business when employees are in and out of the office.
- Press releases – Did you promote an employee? Have a business milestone? Send a press
release and photo to the local news media, and post it on Social Media.
- Utilize Your Email – Be sure to add your URL and company logo to all of your outgoing email. Try
adding your mission statement, or a catchy phrase to help people understand what you do.
Change it a several times a year so people notice it again.
Did you know? That all Chambers of Commerce are independent and privately funded by Memberships? The Salem County Chamber of Commerce serves businesses here locally. When you invest in this Chamber, your money is used to market, promote and support the entire Salem County business community. We have a full time staff and group of dedicated volunteers who dedicate their time and talents to help strengthen all businesses in Salem County. Dollars spent with this Chamber stay here and serve the best interests of local businesses.