What do Chamber stakeholders think about the Wake Forest Chamber? We asked them!
“Getting involved as a business helps build your brand. Whether it’s taking part in events like Meet in the Street, or being active on Chamber committees, it’s a way of helping you be recognized as a person, as a business owner, and as a representative of your brand. It also fulfills my need to give back. It’s true that you get out of the Chamber what you put into it.” —Shannon Arner, Pet ‘n Nanny
“The Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce is an important part of the business community. With a vibrant chamber and a healthy business climate, it is possible for entrepreneurs to reach their goals. They can take their start-up business and build it to a viable business that serves not only their individual customers but the entire community at large. —Thomas Walters, Allstate-Thomas Walters
“At CenturyLink, we believe it is very important to give back to the communities where we live. The Wake Forest Chamber is an extremely important partner of ours. Being a community investor is one of the best ways for CenturyLink to connect with businesses, community leaders, and the citizens who live in Wake Forest.” —Rondi Furgason, CenturyLink
“As a Community Investor, I’ve been so pleased with our partnership with the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce. Not only have I grown my businesses through the connections I make, I believe in the work of the Chamber in our community. When businesses are doing well, we all benefit.” —Jennifer Ray, Redwood Productions
“From support for our legislative priorities, to events and other opportunities to show the community our commitment to improve the health and well-being of Wake County, the Chamber’s support is so essential to WakeMed and much appreciated.” -Andi Curtis, WakeMed