By SARAH GRACE TAYLOR
The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce today unveiled a series of changes to rebrand itself with a more community-focused message.
An email to its more than 300 members announced a redesigned brand identity, a new mobile friendly website, and a community focused message, all of which signal the beginning of a new Chamber.
“This has been a year of transformation for the Chamber and today’s unveiling is just another example of the many changes that have been implemented and a glimpse of what’s to come,” said Rebecca Melton, executive director for the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce.
“The board of directors and staff have been focused on identifying ways to serve our members and community better and to do that we had to take stock to determine how we can meet their needs.”
In additon to the rebranding inivative, the Chamber also launched ExperienceSpringHill.com, a new online directory meant to serve as a resource for residents in search of the best local services in Spring Hill.
The platform replaces the Chamber’s print directory and is also an extension of the Chamber’s annual community event of the same name.
Leading the project was marketing chair, Corey Gonzalez, of iN Brand Marketing.
“It’s a great time to be a part of the Chamber,” Gonzalez said. “The Chamber is not only committed to improving the business climate in Spring Hill, but we are also taking an active role in serving our members and linking arms with the city and residents, because together we make a better Spring Hill.”
To highlight and celebrate the changes, the Chamber will be hosting a morning and afternoon member mixer on Thursday, Oct. 19, at Vintage Tollgate Apartments. Members are encouraged to bring a friend or colleague, network and learn about the new features. For more informatioon or to register for the event, visit SpringHillChamber.com.