Tahoe City Downtown Association revitalizes membership options
TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; The Tahoe City Downtown Association (TCDA) has revitalized its membership structure as a cornerstone of its 2012 campaign to help inspire community-wide participation. With an anticipated robust summer tourism season due to an early warm-weather start, TCDA is looking to invigorate and mobilize the community, setting the stage for visitor and family fun.
and#8220;The TCDAand#8217;s new Economy, Value, and Premier membership packages offer tremendous benefits for new and renewing members as well as special deals for individuals and non-profits in our Tahoe City community,and#8221; said Hal Slear, membership committee chair and owner of James Harold Galleries.
TCDAand#8217;s new memberships bundle special media and advertising opportunities with events, communications, networking and community issue advocacy, one-on-one business counseling, membership preferred advertising rates, and marketing support through third-party search engine optimization.
and#8220;Weand#8217;re excited to join the TCDA just as we open the doors to our new High Mountain Imagery gallery and#8230; we look forward to sharing our vision for art and#8212; especially local artists and#8212; with the entire community,and#8221; said Michael Eadington, artist and owner of High Mountain Imagery.
TCDAand#8217;s membership benefits are tried and true among tenured local businesses and owners.
The selection of membership packages accommodates all needs and budgets. and#8220;From businesses with many employees to self-employed individuals, TCDAand#8217;s goal is to offer a supportive resource. It is our townand#8217;s diverse commerce and talent that fortifies Tahoe City,and#8221; said Steve Hoch, executive director of the TCDA. Go to www.
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