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Chamber Links Businesses With the Community

Posted September 19, 2012 in Community Featured, Windsor Heights

At Bankers Trust, we have a longstanding history of stewardship in our community. We give via volunteerism to philanthropic organizations as well as sponsoring civic and cultural amenities.

This tradition not only reflects our core value of service, it permits us to build strong relationships with our neighbors. For more than 95 years, we’ve recognized that it is our liaison with the community that is our most valuable asset. For this reason, we are proud members of our local Chambers and advocate active participation in Chamber events. We know that the benefit of participation increases the value of Chamber membership exponentially.

Many business professionals join their Chamber as a way of supporting their community, as well as marketing their business. They are often strapped for time because they work their business and then spend any leftover hours to promote their services. It’s those same busy people who can find a better business and marketing balance by engaging in Chamber events. Involvement shoulder to shoulder with fellow Chamber members will yield multiple dividends of not only doing good but having fun and building important friendships.

After all, it’s our community relationships that make doing business so worthwhile. Let this stand as your reminder that even though we appreciate your membership, we would love your participation as well. Come for the next Chamber luncheon — or one of the other many events we sponsor during the year in Windsor Heights — and visit with others who live and work in your community. Get to know people who will appreciate getting to know you  and what you do.

Get to know Your Merchant Neighbor:  Angie Piziali of Klassic Kids Learning Center
Getting to know your business neighbors is a new feature we’ll be sharing to help you learn more about the people behind the stores here in the area. Check our first Windsor Heights Living blog post to learn more about Chamber member Klassic Kids Child Development and Angie Piziali.

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