At the January luncheon, the Chamber Board recognized the chef and kitchen staff and management of the Winnemucca Inn for all their help during the Harvest Hops and Grapes event.
We here at the Chamber appreciate our members!
(pictured is Terry Boyle of the Winnemucca Inn)
In the month of February, there have been over 400 visitors to the Chamber Office and not one complaint filed. Just the opposite has happened says Debbie Stone, Chamber Office Director. People are complimenting the service and treatment they have received at local businesses.
"Phone calls are also a daily part of Chamber business, but lately it seems as if we've been hit hard with calls about local business. These call have been very positive and more like a 'spot recognition' that tourists have taken the time to point out to the Chamber office," explains Stone.
The Chamber of Commerce is committed to supporting local business. That goes without saying: every Chamber is all about business. But the Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce and office staff recognizes that businesses can only prosper as long as the public supports them.
March is Customer Service Recognition month.So, in the spirit of the Customer Service Recognition month, the Chamber board and staff is inviting the hometown public to support local business and contribute stories based on excellent customer service experiences in Winnemucca.
The names and photos of individuals or businesses acknowledged will be printed in next month's Chamber page and entered into a drawing where one lucky winner will receive a $50 chamber check.
The drawing will be held during the April General Membership luncheon. All persons entered into the drawing will receive a 'Great Customer Service' certificate and acknowledgement at the luncheon.
All it takes is a quick phone call to the Chamber office (623-2225) and we will take all your info and contact the business or there is a more formal form you can pick up at the office to fill out to acknowledge some great customer service.
What business Superstars are hiding out in Humboldt County? You tell us!