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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

 

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce an affinity partnership with 1-800-MEMBERS under the banner of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Member Savings Program.

Three benefit programs exist under the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Member Savings Program. The GNCC — and members of the GNCC — can enjoy savings from the following providers:

  • Lenovo, a provider of office technology
  • Novexco, the largest Canadian-owned national distributor of office products and workplace solutions in Canada
  • UPS, a provider of national, international and freight shipping
  • 25% off Cyber Essentials Canada, a cybersecurity safety certification program

1-800-MEMBERS core mission is to serve the chamber community while adding value to our relationships with members with best-in-class member benefits.

To take a look at what the three programs offer to the GNCC and our members, visit www.1800members.ca/chambers. You can also contact Jose Pun, Canadian Programs Marketing Coordinator or call 1-800-MEMBERS (Monday to Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Eastern Time).

If you have any questions regarding this benefit program or any others offered by the Canadian Chamber, please contact Chamber Services and Development at 1.800.661.2930.

Jennifer Hagen
Director
jhagen@chamber.ca

Angela Roy
Coordinator
aroy@chamber.ca


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