Vail Valley Partnership (VVP) is excited to introduce a new Community Membership Level to support the integration of new networks into the membership base. This level is intended for:
- Individuals who are not affiliated with a business or whose employer is not already a VVP member
- Solo-Preneurs who own their own business with no other employees
- Retirees or Part-Time Residents who are looking to engage with the business community
The community membership is aligned with our established role as community convener and our role to connect community leaders. Offering this new membership tier will allow existing VVP member businesses to grow their networks by increasing the exposure of their business offerings to a new audience.
“The community membership level is a result of feedback from our annual member survey and consistent outreach to VVP about ways that individuals can become more involved with the business community,” says Director of Membership Maren Cerimele from VVP. “There is an extensive network of individuals who live, work, and play in the Vail Valley that want to become more connected to our community. This new membership level offers them that opportunity.”
Additionally, the Community Membership Level offers individuals the opportunity to connect with the Vail Valley Partnership network. Whether you just moved to the area, are a retiree or a startup business, the Community Membership gives you access to the VVP network through networking and educational events as well as exclusive Member Savings Programs.
This membership tier also serves to help achieve our goal of building communities to which residents, visitors and investors are attracted by establishing a connection between the business community and individuals (retirees, location neutral, solopreneurs) who are not traditional chamber members.
To learn more, contact Director of Membership Maren Cerimele, IOM at email@example.com.