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Chamber dinner sells out

There was an incredible turnout on May 11 at the Three Forks Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and Meeting.

Just moments before the event at the Three Forks Rodeo Grounds, Chamber President Leann Bryant shared she was excited they were able to sell out all the tickets for the annual event.

Bryant said they sold eight tickets for the event two years ago, and this year, they sold 100.

"That is amazing, and it's a big deal," she said.

Bryant lauded the support from members and the community with auction items and donations for the dinner.

"It has been a great outpouring, and it has been exciting," she said.

It has been a busy year for the Chamber with work on a Visitor's Information Center, planning for Rodeo Dayz, and member retainment and recruitment. The Three Forks Chamber also recently purchased new software to help with membership.

Bryant said they are also working hard to grow and support the community's businesses and encourage member feedback.

"The Chamber is really member-driven, so we need to hear from our businesses," she said.

The Three Forks Chamber also reminds members that they can vote at the monthly meetings.

"Every business that is a Chamber member is entitled to voting at meetings, and I think that got lost in the mix somewhere along the line. If you have any opinions whatsoever, come to a meeting. Come be involved with the Chamber," Bryant said.

Chamber Board and Committee members are also looking for input to fill the gap between the parade and Rodeo during the Rodeo Dayz celebration. They have discussed a petting zoo and the return of the car show.

 
 
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