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April 13, 2013

Get ready for the Total Resource Campaign Year 2

NORMAN — Plans are being finalized for year two of the Norman Chamber Total Resource Campaign. And those plans could include you.

If you participated last year as a sales volunteer, we would love to have you do so again. If you did not get an opportunity to participate last year, now is your chance.

The Norman Total Resource Campaign is an organized approach during which chamber members and teams help sell event sponsorships and advertising and recruit new members.

This effort allows businesses to plan their annual marketing budget and allows the chamber to reach more members through these efforts.

You will earn cash rewards based on total sales. Plus you will have an opportunity to earn a trip for you and a guest at an exciting vacation destination where you can network with other chamber members and key community leaders, relax and have a great time. There are new rewards opportunities this year you will not want to miss.

You will be fully trained to sell the chamber’s many activities and events including new chamber memberships, sponsoring chamber programs and events and approved mutually beneficial trades.

Mark your calendars now to attend a training session from 9-10:30 a.m. on June 11 or from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 13.

Limited spots are available — you don’t want to miss out. Interested? Call or email Lisa at 321-7260 or lisa@normanchamber.com for more information or to sign up as a sales volunteer.

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