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How do we promote the Business Trade Show?

The Chamber does a lot of advertising around the annual Business Trade Show. Over several months the Chamber will promote the annual Business Trade Show through a number of media channels including, but not limited to, digital, print and radio.

Here’s a list of media channels and advertising:

  • Social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn): 9,500+ followers
  • Google AdWords and display advertising
  • Facebook ads
  • Serving You weekly email newsletter: 3000+ recipients
  • Targeted & broadcast emails
  • Newspaper and print ads
  • Radio interviews
  • Mock remote by KGNB/KNBT radio at Day Show
  • Hanging banner over Seguin Street and Landa Street

“Inside the Chamber:”Chamber President Michael Meek will speak about the Business Trade Show on the “Inside the Chamber” radio show.

Please contact Brittney Overstreet or Laurie Wehring with any questions.

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Leadership Luncheon

Apr 20, 12:00pm

New Braunfels Chamber

The April Leadership Luncheon will be held on Thursday, April 20 at noon in Honors Hall at the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. There will be a brief overview and update of Jaycees news and activities and then an engaging and informative presentation from a guest speaker. Luncheons are open to members and non-members alike so bring a friend or coworker! Thursday, April 20, Noon-1:00 New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, Honors Hall Program presented by Andrew Kim, Superintendent of Comal ISD The guest speaker will be Comal ISD Superintendent Andrew Kim. He will provide information on CISD and the upcoming Bond election, as well as impart some of his vast leadership wisdom. Comal ISD has more than 22,000 students, operates 28 campuses and encompasses 589 square miles in five counties. Annually CISD gains approximately 800 new students and is recognized as one of the fastest growing districts of its size in Texas. Kim has been the superintendent at CISD since July of 2012 and in November 2015 was appointed by Governor Abbott to serve as the Presiding Officer of the newly created Texas Commission on Next Generation Assessments and Accountability. FREE to attend for Jaycees members and just $10 for non-members. Payment will be taken at the door via cash, check or credit/debt card. Lunch is provided. Questions? Email Jenna@InNewBraunfels.com.

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The purpose of the Youth Leadership New Braunfels program is to train students in leadership techniques and community awareness so they become familiar with current issues, community resources, opportunities and other factors influencing the direction of their community’s future. The class will meet monthly beginning in October, for seven school-day sessions covering topics such as leadership skills, tourism, history, arts, government, the justice system, health care, business and economic development, and education.

The program is open to 10th and 11th grade students who have at least a “B” average at New Braunfels High School, Canyon High School or a private high school within the NBISD or CISD attendance zones. More than 80 applications were submitted to the Selection Committee. All identifying information was redacted so that the applications were scored on an anonymous basis. The committee’s goal is to select a distinguished group of students who demonstrate leadership potential and are motivated, creative and interested in developing leadership skills and a sense of community.