Getting your name out is easier when you’re a VCDC member. Keep reading to see how we help members get exposure in Vermillion and beyond.
Gain access to and be listed/linked here on the VCDC website, where thousands of people will be able to view it.
The Chamber only refers its members to the hundreds of people and businesses who call us each year inquiring about the different services offered in Vermillion.
Released each February, our annual visitor guide will have your business listed in it. These are distributed at several visitor centers along the South Dakota interstate highways, as well as to various businesses and organizations within Vermillion. Our guide is also included in every visitor and relocation request the VCDC receives. Increase your business’ exposure by purchasing ad space in each annual publication.
The VCDC produces a quarterly newsletter to highlight member businesses, community, and VCDC news. Feel free to keep us abreast of your latest news by emailing or calling us with your press releases.
Our popular, weekly email newsletter is distributed to all members, as well as various other organizations, and is the best way to keep abreast of upcoming events and opportunities. Send us your events and news, and we share it with the whole community each week.
The VCDC is active on both Facebook and Twitter, both great platforms for us to communicate not with our own members, but also with other chambers and regional businesses to promote all that Vermillion has to offer. These accounts bolster the promotion of our own events, our members’ events, or any other important news our members might have.
Increase your exposure through sponsorships each year, including events like the 4th of July fireworks showcase or hole sponsorships at the Annual Golf Social.
Introduce your new or expanding business to the rest of the community by hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony. The VCDC will invite members from our Board of Directors and the City Council to come together to celebrate. Simply tell us the preferred date for the ceremony, and the Chamber will help promote the event, provide the ribbon and scissors, and emcee the event.