Leduc and Wetaskiwin Chambers agree on operations deal

The Wetaskiwin Regional Chamber and Leduc Regional Chamber have entered a new agreement to promote and engage members.

  • Sep. 15, 2016 6:00 a.m.

Submitted by Leduc Regional Chamber of Commerce

WETASKIWIN/LEDUC: The Wetaskiwin Regional Chamber and Leduc Regional Chamber have entered a new agreement to promote and engage members. Each organization will continue its work and retain its current board, with the Leduc Chamber office managing each Chamber independently.

Both organizations’ members will see a larger networking base, as well as expanded services, events, and opportunities offered.

Wayne Di Lallo, President of the Wetaskiwin Chamber Board says, “This is a new chapter for our Chamber. We are eager to sustain membership growth under the management of a Chamber that has been so effective.”

Richard Horncastle, President of Leduc Chamber Board says, “This innovative agreement has not been done before; however we are excited about this partnership and have already identified some strong relationships between Leduc and Wetaskiwin businesses. The Chamber of Commerce believes a thriving business community is better for everyone. We are here to help businesses grow in both regions.”

In Wetaskiwin, an inaugural luncheon event to kick off the partnership, as well as the Annual Business Awards will be announced soon.


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