TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Nine Decades of Service with Membership Breakfast

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Pottstown based TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated nine decades of its service with a membership breakfast titled “9-cubed.”

Pottstown’s TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated nine decades of service to the community with a “9-cubed” membership breakfast with nine business leaders who offered nine tips to the gathered entrepreneurs, writes Donna Rovins for Daily Local News.

Chamber President Eileen Dautrich said that she had seen a similar concept at another event, and it clicked with her.

“The purpose is to give you an opportunity to hear from some community leaders and walk away with a tip or two that you can put in place in your company,” Dautrich told the crowd of over 100.

Among those offering tips were David Kraybill, president of the Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation and Megan Bauer of Coventry Corners.

The tips ranged from having a clear mission and vision to recognizing employees’ contributions and staying true to personal ethics and beliefs.

Kraybill emphasized the importance of getting to know the business’ customers and understanding their strategic goals, while Bauer said that for her organization, the top priority is to make customers feel like they are number one.

“The only way I can get that feeling across is through our wonderful team,” she said.

Read more about the membership breakfast at Daily Local News by clicking here.

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