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2015 and 2014 Newsletters

Posted on December 17, 2015

2015_Q4_Newsletter_WyCo_Chamber_Tourism.pdf

2015_Q3_Newsletter.pdf

2015_Q2_Newsletter.pdf

2015_Q1_Newsletter.pdf

Wy._Co_._Chamber_Newsletter_2014_Winter_.pdf

2014_FALL_working_copy.pdf

2014_SUMMER_working_copy.pdf

2014_Spring_working_copy.pdf

Social Media Seminar

Posted on August 23, 2011

Did you attend the Social Networks Seminar that was held in March? Did you go back to the office and try all the new ideas that were touched upon? Now is you chance to do more hands-on training. Come with your questions and concerns about using social medial to effectively market you business.  Space is limited as each participant will have a computer work station.

Tuesday, September 13th
9:00am - 11:30am
SUNY ATTAIN Lab
Leicester St., Perry
$35 - General Admission
$20 - Members

Click here to register online today!

Annual Awards Gala - May 11 Save the Date

Posted on March 31, 2011

Mark your calendars for the Annual Awards Gala - Celebrating Wyoming County Business and the Arts.  This year’s event will be held at the Glen Iris Inn at Letchworth State Park on Wednesday, May 11 from 5:30 - 8:00pm. Watch your mail for registration information and join us as we announce the recipients of this year’s annual award winners and the Art Council for Wyoming County announce the recipients of their annual Artists of the Year and Patron of the Arts Awards.

Wyoming County Chamber and Tourism Operating as One

Posted on October 14, 2010

Close to a year’s worth of discussions and planning have materialized into the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Promotion Agency joining forces to operate as one entity. By the first of the year, plans were well underway to move the tourism agency from Castile to the same office suite as the Chamber of Commerce in the Wyoming County Business Services Center at 6470 Route 20A in Perry.  Following an office rehab to accommodate for the tourism staff, the agency officially moved in April, 2010.

All the while, discussions were continuing on joining the two organizations, which were already so closely aligned in mission and services, into one highly efficient and effective agency here to best serve and promote business and community in Wyoming County.  “It’s an exciting time for both the Chamber and TPA,“stated Chamber board chair, Rick Henry. “While we began talk of formally joining the two agencies back in late 2009, both agencies have spent countless hours over the past couple of months working out the details of bringing the two organizations together as one entity.”
To that end, on September 1, 2010 a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Board of Directors of both organizations formally effectuating the joining of forces.  Moving forward, the tourism functions for Wyoming County will operate under the umbrella of the Chamber of Commerce.  All previous tourism staff have remained on through the transition.  According to Chamber President, Laura Lane, “While titles have altered slightly, the same quality of service and promotion of tourism businesses as well as Wyoming County remains intact.  Operating as one, the Chamber and Tourism will be able to more effectively and efficiently serve the needs of our members and the County.  We encourage the public to stop in to the office.  We have a wealth of tourism information for the general public and assistance to provide Wyoming County businesses.”

Brian Fleischman, who had been hired on as the new Director of Tourism in July, 2009 will continue his role in this capacity as it relates to tourism promotion for Wyoming County.  However, through this transition, Fleischman’s role now as Director of Tourism and Marketing will enhance his opportunities to work directly with all member businesses in customizing their marketing and communications needs.  “I want to take this opportunity to remind Wyoming County tourism based entities of the Plan to Prosper program recently established in conjunction with the Wyoming County IDA and Business Center. This unique program provides customizable low interest loans for marketing purposes for tourism based business in the County.” stated Fleischman. 

“This whole transition is about collaboration in its truest sense.  Furthermore, we see this as a unique transition in that we took two extremely stable, well-established, already powerful organizations and combined them into one.  Joining agencies with such strong pre-existing capacities can only lead to continued growth and positive impact for Wyoming County,” stated Lorraine Sturm, current Tourism Board Chair. 
For more information or to become a member please call 585-237-0230 or visit the Chamber website at http://www.wycochamber.org and the Tourism website at http://www.GoWyomingCountyNY.com

Fall 2010 Newsletter on Web

Posted on July 29, 2010

Fall_2010_Newsletter.pdf

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