Time to renew, reminds Cumberland Chamber of Commerce

The Cumberland Chamber of Commerce thanks its members for their support.

The Cumberland Chamber of Commerce thanks its members for their support.Highlights of 2011 include record-breaking visitation to the website and Visitor Centre as well as increased participation (both vendors and attendees) in Market Day and WinterFair events.The Village in the Forest special publications in the Comox Valley Record “have received rave reviews and we are excited about continuing to spread the word about the incredible businesses, events and organizations in our community,” says president Meaghan Cursons.Membership renewal for 2012 is underway.”The Cumberland Chamber of Commerce board of directors is passionate about the social, environmental and economic well-being of our community and is committed to working to strengthen our community, protect heritage and recreational assets and seek out sustainable economic opportunities in the historic Village of Cumberland,” Cursons adds.For membership details, call Chamber co-ordinator Sue Moen at 250-336-8313.Membership is valid from January through December 2012.Completed forms can be delivered to the Chamber office during business hours from Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or complete and mail a form and cheque to PO Box 250, Cumberland, B.C. V0R 1S0.— Cumberland Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Centre

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