Chamber bringing back member to member program

Businesses that belong to the Chamber can receive 10 to 15 percent discounts at participating businesses.

The Chamber Page/Lake Powell is bringing back their once-popular member-to-member program. The way it will work is businesses owners and their employess that belong to the member-to-member program will be issued cards, which they can present at other businesses participating in the program to receive a 10 to 15 percent discount on their purchase.

Twelve Page businesses have signed up to participate in the program so far, with more expected to join as the program matures. The list of participating businesses will be updated every week and posted on the Chamber’s website.

“The Chamber used to do it years ago and it was very popular,” said Judy Franz, Executive Director for Chamber Page/Lake Powell. “The whole point of it is to encourage us to shop locally and support our area businesses.”

Franz said the Chamber is taking a more pro-active, more assertive role in 2018. “We want to bring in programs, classes and workshops for members of the Chamber that business owners and their employees can benefit from.”

If you don’t own a business you can still participate. You can join the Chamber as an individual for an $80 membership fee and take advantage of all their programs.

Some of the businesses already signed up to participate in the member-to-member program are Blue Buddha, State 48, and Gone West who will be giving a 15 percent discount to member-to-member participants. Lake Powell Furniture and Boston’s Ace will also be participating giving a ten percent discount to member-to-member participants.

The program will begin Feb. 1.


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