Melbourne Regional Chamber Rebrands ‘Better Business Council’ to ‘Better Business Certified’

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Chamber’s Better Business Certified program encourages high ethical business standards

Melbourne Regional Chamber recently announced the evolution and rebranding of its long-standing Better Business Council to Better Business Certified. (Melbourne Regional Chamber image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Melbourne Regional Chamber recently announced the evolution and rebranding of its long-standing Better Business Council to Better Business Certified.

The Melbourne Regional Chamber’s BBC has been serving the community for close to 60 years and will continue to serve under the same acronym, with enhanced benefits to BBC business and area consumers.

“Our mission is to strengthen credibility and public confidence in Better Business Certified businesses through collaboration, joint marketing, public relations, and recognition,” said Tom Fulmer, VP of Business Development for National Drug Screening, Inc. and 2020 Chair of the Chamber’s BBC.

“Our mission is to strengthen credibility and public confidence in Better Business Certified businesses through collaboration, joint marketing, public relations, and recognition,” said Tom Fulmer, VP of Business Development for National Drug Screening, Inc. and 2020 Chair of the Chamber’s BBC. (Speaker Hub image)

The Chamber’s Better Business Certified program (BBC) encourages high ethical business standards, informs and protects local consumers, and assists businesses that adhere to the sound & fair business principals.

Member companies or organizations must have been in business locally for one year, be properly licensed and insured, possess a good public reputation, and abide by the BBC Code of Ethics.

Enhanced value and special benefits offered to Better Business Certified member companies and organizations include greater credibility and consumer confidence, increased visibility, marketing & promotional support, and referral services.

To learn more about how becoming BBC can benefit your business, please contact Melody Thomas, Director of Business Development at Melody.Thomas@MelbourneRegionalChamber.com

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