Join A Leads Group!
LEADS GROUP I: Great Fit for a Not-For-Profit
Glynis Mary McManamon, RGS, joined Leads Group I a few years back at the insistence of a mentor/friend who happened to be a customer of ITS Computers’ staff member Guy Tinker, who spoke highly of the Chamber and Leads Group I. “Sister Glynis” (as she prefers NOT to be called – “Glynis” works best for her) had left the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce because she did not see the value. Her friend offered to pay one year of membership and luncheons on the condition that she would seek membership in a leads group.
Her organization, GSAC, had an art space at the time in Ferguson which closed during the pandemic. GSAC now has an office and exhibit space at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ Community Resource Center in Ferguson. Membership in the Leads Group was one element that gave her stability during the changing tides of pandemic times.
The value she has gotten from being in a Leads Group has included getting business advice, help with decision making, support for projects and introductions to goods and services in the community that best fit GSAC’s needs.
GSAC is the Chamber’s “Non Profit of the Month” and is currently in the midst of its Annual Appeal Fund Drive.
To see what GSAC is up to, go to their website: www.goodshepherdarts.org.
LEADS GROUP 2
We are growing this group as we have had a few guests in the last month that came to our Leads Group meeting as a guest and now will be signing up. If you are interested in learning more about what a Leads Group has to offer to help you grow your business, and would like to be a guest at one of our meetings, please do not hesitate to reach out to either Dana Grimm or Brian Douglas, contact information on brochure. We meet the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the Month from Noon-1:00 at the Chamber Office. Look forward to hearing from you soon!
LEADS GROUP 3
Leads Group 3 is an active group of generous, motivated and highly engaged members at all stages of their careers and lives. We are friends, colleagues and neighbors that strive to work together to promote our trades, each other and the community. Our collective strengths allow us to better serve the community by being the best that we can be for the benefit of all.