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Hartselle Enquirer

Quarterly Lunch, Learn features ChandlerThinks 

Special to the Enquirer  

The Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its first Lunch and Learn of the year Jan. 12 at 11:30 a.m. at The Venue in downtown Hartselle.  

“This is a platform for all our taskforces to engage the community in education and conversation,” the HACC announced on its Facebook page.  

The event will be hosted by Steve Chandler of ChandlerThinks. Chandler will be speaking the community branding process and how to preserve it for years to come.  

Attendees are asked to register for the event in advance by visiting http://hartsellechamber.com.  

Event cost is $15 for HACC Members and $20 for nonmembers, and lunch will be provided. 

“We are thrilled to host Steve Chandler of ChandlerThinks for this exciting Lunch and Learn series,” the HACC continued. “Serving over 56 areas, ChandlerThinks is a group of marketing specialists that helps cities, communities, regions or destinations find direction for the promotion of their place.  

“They help communities develop brands by uncovering their most authentic and compelling story. They are the destination research pros for understanding truths. They are creative storytellers that help bring identity and a sense of place.  

“They are strategic planners focused on being effective with resources. They help places brag about themselves.”
Find out more about Steve Chandler and the ChandlerThinks team at chandlerthinks.com. 

The Venue is located at 315 Main St. W. 

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