A Columbia family is honoring the memory of their son and brother by introducing music to kids who don’t have the resources to purchase an instrument or take lessons.
If you had told me six years ago that I would be joining the board of the Howard County Chamber of Commerce as its Young Professionals Network representative, I would have asked, “What the heck is a chamber of commerce?” Well, a lot has changed since I moved back to Maryland after college in 2009.
Howard County is just one of 30-plus offices across the globe for Camber Corporation, which has 2,300 employees and does about $435 million in business. The firm provides daily interface on technical, programmatic and operations issues.
GovConnects, entering its third year of growth, continues to develop its member offerings to meet the mission of advocating, educating and connecting members of the unique regional federal contracting community to critical resources and potential business growth opportunities.
Whether making introductions at a Business After Business event, greeting attendees at a Member Luncheon, calling to ask whether members know about an upcoming Member Orientation, supporting a business at a ceremonious ribbon-cutting, delivering a new member’s Howard County Chamber plaque, educating members about their Chamber benefits or just stopping in to say hello, Howard County Chamber Ambassadors work tirelessly to promote networking and relationship-building among members.
Every year members wait in anticipation of the announcement of who will be the “main attraction” at the Howard County Chamber of Commerce’s (HCCC) Signature Event — a gala evening of fine food and drinks, socializing among the leaders of the business community and national-caliber entertainment.
One of the main reasons that businesses join the Howard County Chamber of Commerce is to get noticed in the community and build their customer base. Chamber membership comes with a variety of opportunities to market and promote a business’s products and services. For more information, start at www.HowardChamber.com or contact email@example.com.
The Chamber appreciates and recognizes the annual investors that support the high quality of events and programs it offers.
The Howard County Chamber of Commerce is not composed of corporations, but rather people who tirelessly provide their support, time and talent to advance the growth and success of Howard County.
Pretty In Pink, the Pink Greens Golf Classic, Power of the Purse, Pink Plates — and the list goes on. And as Cherrybration Days unfold in Howard County, so do a growing number of activities that offer something for everyone.