The Spikers committee at the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce is a group of Chamber ambassadors who participate in community events, particularly ribbon-cutting ceremonies. These ceremonies help the community come together more tightly as a whole and welcome in new and expanding businesses into the tight-knit group.
When the Spikers come to an event, they represent the Chamber of Commerce in the Ogden-Weber area and are also representatives of the overall community, making it easier for your business to garner community support in the future.
The Spikers also play a huge role in ensuring that the businesses and community leaders in the Ogden-Weber area continue to come together for the benefit of everyone in Northern Utah. They assists the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce in establishing and continuing relations with their partners.
What Does Being One of the Spikers Mean?
The Spikers consist of 50 community leaders who volunteer their time to celebrate significant events in the community, specifically regarding new businesses or businesses that have expanded.
Each of the members of the Spiker committee is required to attend a percentage of the events that are held each year. Because the events are typically held on weekdays during lunch hour (from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.) or after the workday is over (around 5 p.m.), many members are able to attend the events.
In order to become a member of the Spikers, you must be nominated and approved by the committee itself. Being chosen to volunteer on behalf of the Spikers is a great honor, indicating that you are a valuable asset to the community.
To find out more about the Spikers, call the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce at (801) 621-8300!Spikers Event Application