Ribbon Cutting Guidelines

 

Chamber ribbon cuttings are a great way to gain exposure for your business!! 

To qualify for a ribbon cutting, the business must be a new member to the chamber, or a returning member. Existing or new members qualify if they are under new ownership, in a new location, have had a major remodel, or are celebrating a milestone business anniversary.

 

We Love Social Media! Make Sure to use #GSCCribboncutting with all of your event photos!

Planning your Event:

Click here to complete the ribbon cutting request form.

Enter in a few times and date options. ( We do need a minimum of 2 weeks to properly promote the event.)

Mondays through Thursdays during regular business hours are the best and the events typically take 30-40 minutes.  

Once the form has been submitted, you will be contacted to get your event on the chamber’s calendar. 

The event must take place within 6 months of your joining date or celebration. If your business is home based, the event can take place at the chamber office or a location of your choice. 

 

 

 

Business Responsibilities: 

 

Invite customers, family and employees

 

Provide light snacks and drinks for attendees (optional)

 

Prepare 5-10 minute talk/tour to educate the group about your business 

 

Chamber Responsibilities:    

 

Promote on Chamber event calendar and in ChamberNet

 

Invite Chamber ambassadors and members 

 

Take photos at event 

 

Writes and submits press release and photos to local media and shares on all social media platforms

Photo and Event Details:

If you do not have a banner, contact Melody at 651-735-2255. Minuteman Press will provide a 2′ tall x 3′ wide banner to you for no cost. 

If you are a new business to the community, contact Amber at 651-439-7476 to order your cake. Walmart will provide a complementary cake for your event.  

Thank you to Rose Floral for the donation of the red ribbons we use at the ribbon cuttings. 

Thank you to our chamber photographers: Kristina Marshall at Kristina Lynn Photography & Design  

and Jane Dierberger at Artistic Product Photography 

 

                            

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