September 10, 2019 1:09pm
GLI Announces Special Investor Rate for National Chamber of Commerce Week, September 9-13
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (September 9, 2019) — Greater Louisville Inc. is celebrating National Chamber of Commerce Week, September 9-13, with a special $100 off promotion for those wanting to join GLI and become part of the region’s investor community.
To redeem this special rate and enjoy GLI investor benefits for a full year, email Brian Schneider, GLI Director of Investor Development, at email@example.com or call 502-625-0080 by 5 p.m. on Friday, September 13 to find the right investor level for your business. This week only, new investors can also add a sponsorship of the Fleur de lis wall outside the Hilliard Lyons boardroom for a combined rate. A chamber investor unlocks a full slate of benefits including promotion, visibility, connections, training, resources and great programs such as:
- Humana Health Solutions: save up to 40 percent on health insurance premiums for your employees
- Office Depot: Save up to 70 percent on office supplies, furniture, printing & technology
- Kentucky Rx Card: Save up to 75 percent on prescriptions for you and your employees
GLI is a nonprofit organization representing the greater Louisville region, which includes the 15-county area among Kentucky and Indiana: Bullitt, Clark, Floyd, Hardin, Harrison, Henry, Jefferson, Meade, Nelson, Oldham, Scott, Shelby, Spencer, Trimble and Washington counties. This week, GLI leadership is in San Francisco, hosting 145 business leaders from greater Louisville to study the tech and tourism ecosystem. Follow along at #GLIDESF.
“Whether through our annual study visit trip GLIDE that helps our community implement best practices from major cities elsewhere or through local, state and federal advocacy, regional economic development, as well as workforce and talent attraction, GLI serves the business interest to ensure there is an environment in which companies large and small can thrive,” said Kent Oyler, president and CEO of GLI. “During Chamber of Commerce week, we applaud the work of chambers throughout our region and the work they do to make greater Louisville greater.”