Dear Members and Friends of the Chamber:
I wanted to take a few moments to update everyone about the Denver Jewish Chambers' new benefits, policies and initiatives.
We are excited about our new bi-monthly morning networking group. This meeting will take place the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. The mission of this group is to build relationships, networking with each other and increase the business of our members. This new group offers tremendous potential. I would like to thank Lori Eisen and Nathan Silver for their hard work. For more information, please contact Lori or Nathan.
I would also like to bring to your attention our sponsorship policy. This benefit will enable a member to directly advertise their business to our substantial membership list or at the events. This is a very cost effective and easy avenue to advertise your business. For more information, please contact Seth Peritzman or Carolin Topelson.
The Chamber has facilitated monthly events for over two years. Thousands of people attend our events. We have had a variety of speakers and venues. We have always been consistent with our theme of enabling the events to be friendly, inviting and conducive for business. I would like to thank Carolin Topelson organizing these events. She has done an awesome job. I would also like to thank Eric Cook for administering our website and keeping it up and running.
Have you received a call from our membership committee? Pick up the phone because we want to talk to you about your membership as well as hear your suggestions. If you would like more information about membership, please contact Laurence Freeman.
The Denver Jewish Chamber is a volunteer organization. Our mission is to promote commerce in our community and give back to the community. I can attest to the fact that we have been successful in that mission. But we need your help: attend our events and consider volunteering. The larger we become, the more opportunities we can provide.
I would like to thank the Board for their dedication to the Chamber and the community. It takes a lot of effort to turn our thoughts and inspirations into reality.