Friday, December 21, 2012
Sherry Huibonhoa assumes the director position after serving the chamber for more than five years.
Friday, December 21, 2012
The Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce announced on Wednesday a new executive director, Sherry Huibonhoa. Huibonhoa worked at the Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce more than five years as the sales director, where she was responsible for new member sales and retention. She was additionally involved with the various fundraisers for the Chamber. Huibonhoa has 20 years experience in sales, marketing and management. In addition to serving Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce as a sales director for the past five years, she is a wife and a mother of a wonderful 12 year son. Originally from the heart of Chicago, she and her husband Marc made the move to St. Louis 10 years ago. The Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce also announced a new …
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Saturday, December 25, 2010
Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce is revamping their entire online presence for 2011.
The Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce is revamping their entire online presence for 2011. Amy Moore, Communication Manager with the Chamber, said they're beginning with a new website design. The website will have a "social media spot" with constant updates from Twitter embedded into the website. That way people who don't use Twitter can still benefit from the short, timely messages when they stop by the normally static website. "I think the value of social media is under recognized," said Moore. "The more we use it, the more people actually get involved." In addition to the new Twitter page and website, the Chamber maintains an active presence on Facebook. Moore said Facebook's capacity for instant feedback on events has helped them …
Saturday, November 13, 2010
More than 300 runners signed up for the Chamber of Commerce Monster Mash Dash.
The Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce Monster Mash Dash kicked off the day before Halloween when 327 athletes ran in its 5k/10k run. The organization, which helps local businesses with programing and information, has yet to total the funds raised from the event. Correction: The original title to this story, the introduction paragraph and the narration to the video, called the event a "marathon." This term has a very specific meeting and corrected in the title and paragraph. The narration should say "The chamber held three runs that day..." -RM