Chamber Membership offers the following benefits to every member. Contact us today to find the right strategies and features for your business or organization.
Voting Privileges at the Annual Meeting
Use of the Chamber conference room
Authorized use of the Chamber logo
Access to business workshops and mentoring
Meet with the Staff to maximize your membership
Chamber Members Mailing and Email lists
Participate in Chamber Committees
Economic advocacy locally and state-wide
Listing in the Chamber’s Annual Guidebook and web-site
Brochures and rack cards at Chamber Office, Zero Main Street, Nantucket
Referrals and leads from Chamber staff
Social Media welcome upon joining
Post in Chamber e-newsletter (~1500 recipients)
Post on Chamber’s Facebook page
Post in Visitor e-blast (~15,000 recipients)
Post events on Massvaction.com
Nantucket New Years Specials and Sales Brochure
Features in blogs and articles on Chamber web-site
Presenter for Chamber’s radio ads
Logo placement on Event banners
Logo placement on e-newsletter
Advertising Opportunities with the Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce Guidebook
The Nantucket Chamber annually publishes and distributes the Annual Guidebook as its official visitor publication. The books are distributed nationwide through visitor information centers, as fulfillment to visitor inquiries, on newsstands, at trade shows, and through distribution at the island’s lodging facilities and rental homes. To reserve your advertising space, email Jean Cawley (mail to:email@example.com) or call her at 508-228-1700.
Stroll and Daffodil Calendar of Events
For each of our signature festivals, the Chamber produces and distributes a calendar of events to the thousands who attend them. The brochures are distributed at the Hyannis ferry terminals as well as regional airports servicing Nantucket.
CGI Communications handles the sales of advertising banners and developing sales videos for display on the Chamber web-site. To reserve your advertising space or create a video featuring your business contact:
Nantucket New Years’
Host A Business After Hours or an Industry Leaders Event
Red Ticket Raffle
Participate in Decorating Contests during Stroll and Daffodil Festivals
Purchase the Chamber’s mailing lists of over 700 member contacts. Receive the list via email (in Excel format) or on labels. Email Caroline Ferguson (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out more.
Sign up for E-News email@example.com
Advocacy is an important part of what we do as a Chamber to support our members. Chamber staff and members travel to meet with state legislators to explain the value and impact of state tourism funding. The Economic Development initiative of the Chamber seeks to identify local and regional issues that impact our economy and have included such topics as affordable and seasonal housing, air service travel, downtown attractiveness, and energy conservation.
Renting the Conference Room and Office Space
The Chamber’s Conference Room (seats 25) is available to rent for business meetings, retreats, and workshops. Rental includes the use of the Chamber’s conference phone and wireless internet service. Photocopying is available and fees will be based on use. Member Rental rates: $50/half day and $100/full day. Non-profit members: FREE. General public $150/half day and $300/full day.
A small office is also available to rent on a daily or hourly basis. Rental rates: $60/day; $250/week; $500/month.
People of the Chamber of Commerce
President Leslie Snell
President-Elect Bob Steber
Vice President Robert Sarkisian
Treasurer Melanie Sabin
Secretary Diana Brown
Directors at Large
Executive Director Janet E. Schulte, Ph.D.
Membership & Marketing Director Jean Cawley
Office Administrator June Meyers
Membership Information Coordinator Caroline Ferguson
Office Assistant/Staff Photographer Michael Galvin