The Mission in Motion Podcast is an initiative-based update provided by the Clayton, NC Chamber of Commerce. This podcast provides listeners with timely updates on all of the Clayton Chambers initiative-based fronts including Clayton area economic development, workforce development, legislative and governmental affairs, and education. Each 10-15 minute episode will entail a deep dive into how CCOC is acting on its mission and vision, upcoming plans and events, and direction for our investors to relevant resources as it relates to the topics being discussed.
Welcome to the July episode of the CCOC Mission in Motion Monthly Podcast. Short and sweet, this episode hits the highlights of key upcoming events and initiatives like State of the Chamber: Education and Reverse Raffle. Keep listening for special shout out to the Carolina Youth Theater, who has graciously pledged to donate 50% of proceeds form their 2020 Summer Benefit Concert to the Clayton Chamber Foundation Small Business Grant Fund. To support both of these great community organizations, donate here.
Join Lydia, Director of Marketing, and Maria, Director of Events, for this CCOC Mission in Motion Podcast. Key updates from this week include information on this weeks industry-based Business Recovery Bootcamps, upcoming summer and fall community events, and upcoming initiative-based events including the State of Education panel event on August 6th. Listen in to learn more!
Exciting updates for this weeks Mission in Motion podcast include an announcement about the 2020 Reverse Raffle (purchase your ticket HERE for a chance to win $10,000) and more details on the Clayton Chamber Foundation Small Business Grant application live now!
Pilot episode for the Clayton Chamber of Commerce's Mission in Motion Podcast. Join Lydia Davis, Director of Marketing & Communication, and Dana Wooten, President & CEO, as they discuss the Clayton Chamber of Commerce's current initiatives and program of work, including the new Clayton Chamber Foundation Small Business Grant. Learn more, donate or apply for the Small Business Grant on the CCOC Website.