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Black Country Chamber Patron Group Celebrate Over 16 Years of Success

Patron VIP DinnerThe Black Country Chamber of Commerce are dedicated to celebrating the support and success of the Patron members. The current members between them contribute substantially to the local economy.

The Group have an aim to support the Chamber and local business in the Black Country, through investment of their time and financial input into the region. The Black Country Chamber wanted to thank the members of this commitment by holding a VIP evening meal, where each Patron was presented with a plaque to commemorate their length of membership. A special mention was also made to The Midcounties Co-Operative, University of Wolverhampton and Wolverhampton Racecourse, as they have been Patron members for over 16 years.

Corin Crane, Chief Executive of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce, commented: “We are a membership organisation, that is here to support local businesses and we would not be able to do this without the continued support and time given by our Chamber Patron Group. They are all excellent businesses that are dedicated to improving their social impact and are committed to developing the local economy. They all deserve recognition for their business success and we thank them for their support of their local Chamber.”

One of the longest serving Patron members, David Roberts the Managing Director of Wolverhampton Racecourse, commented: “We are incredibly proud of our unbroken Patronage of the Black Country Chamber since its inception, and the continued partnership that helps improve our business on a day to day basis.”

The Black Country Chamber of Commerce Patron Group is a bespoke membership package for leading companies based in or servicing the Black Country. It uses the idea of Civic Business to allow members to act as ambassadors for the Chamber and to raise the profile of their brand at the highest levels. Our Patron members reflect the strength of the Black Country economy but demonstrate real social impact from our joint work.

For more information please contact Gail Arnold on 01902 912306. 

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