New For 2014!! Member - To - Member Savings Program!
We're excited to announce the launch of a new program this year that's exclusive for our members! The program will advertise your business to fellow members to get them in your door AND will save you $$ when patronizing fellow members - a definite win-win!Read more...
I am very honored and excited to be your chamber president for 2014. I have had the pleasure of meeting hundreds, if not thousands of members of the business community since I opened FASTSIGNS in 2006. Read more...
2014 Dream Dollars Raffle
Only 200 tickets will be sold. All proceeds to benefit scholarships for deserving students!Read more...
2014 Scholarship Application
The Brick Township Chamber of Commerce Educational Foundation Announces 2014 Scholarship Applications Now Available!Read more...
Are You In The Bag?
Are you taking advantage of our FREE advertising program? Read more...
WASHINGTON - A national study by The Schapiro Group, an Atlanta-based market research firm, reveals a number of important findings about how consumers and business owners perceive the local chamber of commerce and the businesses that are their members. For example:
When consumers know that a business is a member of the local chamber, they are 44% more likely to think favorable about it.
Consumers who are told that a business is a chamber member are 51% more likely to be highly aware of it and 57% more likely to think positively of its local reputation.
Consumers are 63% more likely to buy goods and services in the future from a company that they believe is a member of the local chamber.
The study also has good news for businesses that sell to other businesses.
When business decision-makers believe that a business is a chamber member, they are 37% more likely to think favorable of the business, 51% more likely to be highly aware of it, 58% more likely to think positively of its local reputation, and 59% more likely to buy goods and services from it.
Supporting the previous findings, the study also reveals a positive perception for the local chamber itself:
Regarding the chamber's impact on the local economy, 82% of respondents believe that the local chamber of commerce helps create jobs and promotes local economic development.
The results of the Schapiro study are clear: Positive perception increases among consumers and business owners when a business is identified as a member of the local chamber of commerce.