Valley Chamber upgrades web site, adds search, e-commerce features

The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce’s has launched a new, improved and vastly upgraded website.

At the new site,, members will be able to log in and improve their individual business listing and profile.

“The site is designed to serve several constituencies at once: SVCC member businesses and individuals; the community at large; and visitors to our beautiful region,” said Chamber CEO Kevin Dwyer.

Using words, pictures and stories, members will be able to better drive Internet traffic to their own websites through their association with the Chamber. With a few clicks of the keyboard, members can alert Internet search engines, such as Google and Yahoo, about a new business product, service or special feature, and ultimately attract new customers, and retain existing ones.

The Chamber website’s new e-commerce feature will allow members to register for SVCC luncheon programs, After Hours, educational classes, and special events online. Moreover, it will allow members to renew their membership dues online and make it easy for new and perspective members to join.

“Our ultimate goal  is to make our site a community resource for all things related to business, the economy and tourism,” Dwyer added.





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