Sandy Fussner, development manager of the Rush County Chamber of Commerce, announced eight new Chamber Partners were added during the month of July.
"I sincerely believe that more and more businesses and institutions in Rush County are realizing that the Chamber is alive and well, and that we're offering services to the community that have value," Fussner said.
New Chamber Partners added last month include Therapeutic Bodyworks, McCreary Block, Inc., Worth & Barada, LLP, Pro Mechanical, LLC, Arlington General Store, Fussner Painting, At Home Assisted Living and Osborne Electronics.
"On behalf of the officers and directors of the Chamber, I want to welcome all our new partners to the growing list of businesses becoming part of the Rush County Chamber of Commerce. Not only do we plan to be of service to them, but we look forward to their active participation in the Chamber," Fussner added.
The Rush County Chamber of Commerce, with offices at 315 North Main Street, is open every weekday and offers a wide array of services to not only its partners, but to the general public as well.
"More and more people are stopping by or calling for information of all types about the community. It's very exciting to let our partners know that their investment in the Chamber of Commerce is a good investment in the future of Rush County," Fussner concluded. The Chamber of Commerce may be reached at 765-932-2880.
Ñ Rushville Republican