Author: Fulvia Letman
Hinesville’s 1st Natural Products EXPO was held on Saturday June 10, 2017
at JJ’s Bar & Grill Ball Room, 726 E Oglethorpe Hwy, Hinesville Georgia 31313
5Linx | Aj Stone Jewelry | B-Effortless | By the SEA Soaping | Chalkyitup | ChemScentsations | Gems and Dems Boutique | It Smells Familiar | Legacy Promotions | Paparazzi $5 jewelry | Scentsy | Sensuous Playroom | Sisters Quilting | Southern Bombs | Thirty-One Gifts | Total Life Changes | Victory Haven – Alternative Cancer Support | Wrap It Savannah | Young Living Essential Oils
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Councilwoman Vicky Nelson was presented with Liberty County Minority Chamber’s S.W.A.G. Award on May 4, 2017. The City of Hinesville Mayor, Hinesville’s City Councilmembers, and City of Hinesville Government join in to congratulate Ms. Nelson.
Vicky Nelson is Councilwoman for District 3, in Liberty County Georgia. She was surprised and excited to receive the Award, and a gift certificate from Delectable Fruits.
Congratulations Councilwoman Nelson, you are one of the Women in Liberty County Achieving Greatness, and we love your S.W.A.G.
Click the link below for more information on the S.W.A.G. Award.
Maybe you are looking at your business bottom line and you’ve made a profit. Wait! Before you celebrate consider using a portion of that money for a chamber membership.
Why a chamber membership, you ask? Several reasons: Networking Opportunities, Business promotions, not to mention assistance with getting your name out there, and lastly, it’s affordable.
Now you’re thinking about joining LCMC, but you’re still on the fence about whether you should use that money to join or have that celebration. Hmmm, after all is it worth it to join a local chamber in the age social media?
It’s important to remember your business and your local target audience. So, ask yourself: Are you looking to grow your business locally and build relationships within your community? Or, promote online to a zillion people that may never purchase from you because of the online competition? If you’ve answered yes to the first question, the Liberty County Minority Chamber is for you.
What is the Liberty County Minority Chamber of Commerce?
Great question! We are a group of businessmen and women that’s dedicated to protecting and promoting the minority business community in Liberty County. What’s our mission? To provide our minority business community a strong network while helping sustain revenue. Translation: We help you grow!
Great balls of fire! How do I join?
Skedaddle down this page to our Membership Application link. There you can complete your membership application, choose your membership level, and pay your membership fees all online. Yep, it’s just that simple.
Now, let’s celebrate!
The Liberty County Minority Chamber was proud to participate in the Great American Cleanup on April 29, 2017. The Great American Cleanup was organized by Keep Liberty Beautiful. Local organizations and volunteers made this day a huge success. #getting involved #LCMC #fortheloveofliberty #libertyproud
Sabrina Newby, LCMC CEO, talks the Whos, Whats, and Whys of Liberty County Minority Chamber in today’s Coastal Courier. #SheMakesUsProud