What Does “Involved” Mean To You?

Summer is one of the best times to take advantage of our thriving Louisville community by getting involved!  I realize the word “involved” can feel a bit daunting … especially if you’re not certain exactly what IS involved.  It can mean many different things.  Most importantly it means you can be directly connected to a variety of events, festivals, special programs and fundraising activities on any level that works for you!  Here are my 3 top, easy and fun ways to get involved:

#1 – Networking: if you aren’t already regularly attending our Louisville Chamber networking events such as our “Business After Hours” and our new monthly “Biz Crawl,” to name a couple, please consider attending.  These events are a direct benefit to the profitability and success of our member businesses and organizations.  You will meet new people and see familiar faces!

#2 – Special Programs and Fundraising Activities: Getting involved in these types of opportunities are not only important by giving your support, but they are also great ways to market your business and pick up on practices and ideas that you may not have thought of!

#3 – Volunteer: By offering your time to volunteer with fellow Louisville Chamber members, you are helping to improve and protect our business environment and overall quality of life in our Louisville community.  Our Chamber is always looking for and welcoming volunteers for our events and we are so very grateful for your time and support!  Just give us a call if you are interested.  It is A LOT of fun!

The Louisville Chamber of Commerce is committed to making our community a fantastic place to live, work, have fun and thrive.  There are lots of fun options of entertainment and adventure –day or night–  all year long.  Please consider getting involved … you will be glad you did!

Lindalee Schwinnen

About Lindalee Schwinnen

Lindalee Schwinnen, Shelter Insurance Agent, really enjoys helping the Louisville community and taking great care of her customers at her office in downtown Louisville.