Bouchey & Clarke sponsors chamber program
GLOVERSVILLE — Bouchey & Clarke expressed support for businesses hit most deeply by the COVID-19 pandemic in the Fulton Montgomery region through sponsorship of the “Fulton Montgomery RESILIENT” campaign of the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber President Mark Kilmer said the program will highlight the moxie of our local business leaders, who have shown their penchant for innovation and generous spirits throughout the pandemic.
“Fulton Montgomery RESILIENT” is designed to help get the word out that Fulton and Montgomery counties are back to business,” he said in a news release.
The promotion features themed publications and promotional items, supported by social media postings. Companies can use these materials to welcome customers and staff members back through their doors.
“Bouchey & Clarke continues its mission to foster a sense of community through personal service, local decision-making, and participation with customers in community activities, despite the many new barriers that the current climate has created,” John Millet, President and COO of Bouchey & Clarke said in the release. “We salute all of our fellow businesses for the role they play in our economy, and for keeping alive a spirit of forward-momentum. We are rooting for all small and large business to come back better than ever after this pandemic crisis.”
Kilmer said the chamber will continue to be an active cheerleader for businesses by sharing information, educational programming, and positive stories through the organization’s many promotional outlets, including via its active Facebook community, website and with public relations.
“Our goal is to support commerce in any way that we can,” he said in the release.
To help businesses set their sights on the future, Kilmer explained the chamber has taken on the responsibility of ensuring that business leaders in this region also have every information resource they need during this unusual time.
Informational e-blasts offer the latest development/regulations coming out of Albany and Washington so that company leaders can navigate the rapidly changing landscape.
“We continue to search for and provide webinars and information to share with members, including discussions with our state and national representatives,” Kilmer said in the release.
The chamber has also partnered with local companies to ensure that each member business has the knowledge, supplies and equipment needed to reopen successfully.
For more information about the “FM RESILIENT” campaign, or the ways that the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce supports local businesses, contact the chamber at (518) 725-0641, visit online at www.fultonmontgomeryny.org; or visit on Facebook.