Chamber Team Welcomes Thera ChicoineMember Relations
You may know her from previous account executive roles with Thunder Bay’s media companies, in which case you’ll need little introduction to our new team-member. Thera (pronounced like Tara) Chicoine comes to the Chamber team with a wealth of experience in marketing and customer service and a history of connecting businesses with their customers. Known for her genuine interest in people and what they do and an intense focus on her clients’ best interests, Thera is always connecting the dots in search of ways to make things better.
A lifetime of soaking up Thunder Bay’s culture has made Thera a subject matter expert. She’s a fantastic ally for a newcomer looking to develop contacts and partnerships in our market. She’s also an important resource for an established Member interested in promoting something new or changing the community’s expectations.
Think of Thera as your Membership Concierge. Much like that essential customer service agent in a fine hotel, Thera aims to learn what your goals are so we can connect you with Chamber experiences, networks and services to help you reach them.
Contact Thera at (807) 624-2624 or email@example.com for your consultation and start maximizing the value of your Membership.
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