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Event Promotional Assistance

Ribbon Cutting, Ground Breakings, Grand Openings & Mixers 


We Do Not Plan Events for You! We Help Make Your Events Better!


 
Free Promotional Assistance to Chamber Members:
 
Free Event listing on Chamber website & upcoming events page of our newsletter
 

Free Equipment Rentals:

Giant scissors and ribbon, Gold ceremonial shovels, OSHA approved ceremonial hard hats , portable PA system, Brass plated raffle drum, chairs (50 non-folding), and more
 

Free Banners Rental *

Grand Opening, Business Mixer, Ground Breaking, Special Event Today

 

NEW! JUMBO BANNERS (12 ft x 4 ft)

BUSINESS MIXER TODAY

GROUND BREAKING TODAY

RIBBON CUTTING TODAY

GRAND OPENING TODAY

Check with local ordinances and your landlord before displaying banners! 

 

 

Click Here for Tips for a Virtual Grand Opening!

 

 Types of Activities that Lend Themselves to Free Rentals  

  • Ribbon Cuttings and Grand Openings: Businesses that have opened its doors within the past six months
  • Moved to a new location due to expansion
  • Has been remodeled or has expanded its current location
  • Celebrating a milestone anniversary
  • Performing a groundbreaking
  • Mixer Event (open to Chamber members)

 

Important  Notes: The Chamber does not provide event planning services, food and/or  beverages for events. We can not deliver or pick up the equipment we loan out . We can not guarantee attendance by members. Attendance depends on the venue, weather, competing events, date, time and location. Marketing by the Chamber enhances your efforts, it does not replace your marketing efforts.The Chamber can't guarantee media coverage or the attendance of elected officials (we are not affiliated with government). The Chamber can not provide certificates of insurance and assumes no liability for your event.

 

What Should a Business Do:

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Because ceremonial events are events planned by the business, there are no set rules. To make your event successful, you may carefully consider the following:

  • You should market and promote your event to the entire community. Invite everyone you know! Invite your family, friends, past, current, and potential customers, business associates (including your accountant, banker, and landlord/property owner), suppliers, your employees, the media, neighboring businesses, and government officials.
  • Take pictures at the event and publish a photo in your social media, website or broadcast emails
  • Utilize the Chamber on-line directory to find event planners, media companies, promotional vendors, party rental supplies, or digital marketing consultants.  























     
  • IMPORTANT: If you are using a banner or flag, City Permits or Landlord Approval may be required. 
  • If you are borrowing equipment, please pick it up and return on the same day. Some items are in high demand
  • The Chamber does not provide food or event planning services
  • The Chamber does not guarantee attendance or media coverage for events
  • Attendance at your event by Chamber members varies greatly depending on types of business, date, time, location, food offerings, etc.
  • Chamber equipment, calendar listing, e-newsletter listing is for members only
  • Please review the Chamber's tip sheet for planning a successful event. You are strongly recommended to market your event to customers, vendors, friends, business associates, etc.  
  • Shop Surprise: The program is only available to Surprise businesses, through a generous contribution from the City of Surprise. The Chamber recommends a new business create a "Loss Leader" coupon.  A loss leader is a product or service at a price that is not profitable but is sold or offered in order to attract new customers or to sell additional products and services to those customers. This is a common practice when a business first enters a market. Essentially, a loss leader introduces new customers to a service or product in the hope of building a customer base and securing future recurring revenue.
  • You will be contacted by a Chamber representative to confirm the details of your event