Chamber of Commerce Markets Carroll County As Small Town With Big Opportunity
CARROLL COUNTY — Carroll County Chamber of Commerce has produced a high-quality brochure for tourism and business development purposes that tout’s some of the county’s most marketable assets. With “Small Town, Big Opportunities” emblazoned at the top of the brochure that sets the tone for the piece, it conveys the sense of ownership and pride of living in a small town shared by local residents and instills the notion that opportunities in Carroll County abound personally and professionally.
Additionally, the front cover conveys action, with photos of a sunny Carroll County Thousand Acre Recreation Lake, construction of a new building, and a young person playing an instrument and another making art out of local clay.
“We have so much to be proud of,” said Brad Hurley, president of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. “The competition for tourism dollars and industrial recruitment is intense, so we’ve remained focused on setting ourselves apart and defining just who we are and what we have to offer.”
The brochure features colorful photos and descriptions of the Thousand Acre Recreation Lake, The Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center, McKenzie water-play park, and Bethel University.
In putting together the marketing brochure, it was important to Hurley that all eight incorporated communities in Carroll County be highlighted.
“While we had limited space in what we could feature, I felt we needed to make sure readers know that what truly makes the county so special are our distinct communities,” Hurley added.
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1981 for the purpose of advancing the commercial, industrial, civic and general interests of Carroll County and its trade area.