Overlake Medical Clinics Issaquah joins Issaquah Chamber’s Chairman’s Circle

Overlake Medical Clinics Issaquah has become a member of the Chairman’s Circle Membership Program of the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce.

  • Tuesday, September 13, 2011 1:24pm
  • Business

Overlake Medical Clinics Issaquah has become a member of the Chairman’s Circle Membership Program of the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce.

“We are thrilled that Overlake Medical Clinics Issaquah has joined our Chairman’s Circle program,” said Matthew Bott, Chief Executive Officer of the Chamber. “While Overlake’s central focus is the health and well-being of residents in our community, Overlake also provides critical support to Issaquah arts, education, special events and overall community enrichment and business success. Overlake is helping to create and implement a sustainable vision for Issaquah’s future, and we are grateful for their contributions and leadership.”

The Chairman’s Circle program was developed to highlight and recognize the Chamber’s largest member investors, providing year-round visibility, integrated Chamber marketing and multi-media exposure including event sponsorship, organic social media/website coverage and branding within various Chamber print collateral. The businesses in the program are considered among the community’s leading private-sector employers who support Issaquah’s economic vitality, local employment base and local charities.

“Overlake opened its doors more than 50 years ago because of the grass-roots work of committed community members and volunteers,” said David Schultz, executive vice president and chief operating officer at Overlake Hospital Medical Center. “As a nonprofit and non-tax-supported community hospital, we understand the importance of stepping up, joining hands and working together to make community goals and dreams happen.”

 

Through the Chairman’s Circle program, Chamber members can help directly support the Chamber’s growing community promotion and economic vitality programs, including special events that bring dollars to the community, business recruitment and retention initiatives to support job growth, and business advocacy programs to support the local Issaquah economy.


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