Meeting Minutes February 14th, 2012

Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce
General Meeting
February 14th, 2012

Claudia Page opened the meeting for Jody Peske, who is out of town.

Claudia asked for a motion to approve the minutes from last month, they were sent out through email. Paul Johnson made a motion to approve. Jim Perri seconded. All members agreed.

Claudia then introduced the speaker for the meeting, Tracy Myers from First Community Bank.

    Tracy talked about Financial Stress in the Workplace

  • First Community Bank offers valuable financial resources for your employees
  • They have a program called “Bank@Work”
  • A dedicated service representative to assist your company
  • Offers Relocation Packages, seminars, and other onsite banking services

Mayor John Bost of Clemmons

Mayor Bost is running for Commissioner

  • A Voice for Municipalities
  • A Community Development Advocate
  • A 30 Year Veteran Educator
  • An Experienced Entrepreneur and Servant Leader

Clemmons Community Day

  • Joanna Lyall, Chairman for the Clemmons Community Day, said Clemmons Community Day forms are ready and available
  • Will be held on April 28th
  • Sponsors are available

WS Dash

    James Webb from the WS Dash talked about the upcoming Business After Hours to be held at the Ballpark on March 20th

  • Held in the Womble-Carlisle Club from 5:00-6:30pm
  • Drawing for seats for ballgame
  • Sales Representative will be available for tours
  • Please RSVP to James Webb if you will be attending at


  • Maggie talked about an upcoming Membership Drive coming at the March meeting
  • Drawings and prizes for new members joining that day
  • More details to come in the email about March meeting


  • Morning Brew Leads Group that meets on Wednesdays at 8:00am is on hold for now due to low attendance
  • Community Connections Leads Group meets Wednesdays at 9:00am at the Edward Jones offices in Lewisville
  • Leaders Networking Group meets the 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month at the Hampton Inn/Bermuda Run


  • Dan Lounsbury said to let him know if anyone needs any help with promotion of their business