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I sent this out to the Detroit Regional Chamber to hopefully land an interview. I think I have to redo my approach but this is something which I thought would make me stand out along with countless ...

I sent this out to the Detroit Regional Chamber to hopefully land an interview. I think I have to redo my approach but this is something which I thought would make me stand out along with countless hours of networking!

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    Detroit Regional Chamber Detroit Regional Chamber Presentation Transcript

    • Interactive marketing coordinator or
      Marketing Coordinator
      By Jamie Favreau
      July 13, 2009
      Detroit Regional Chamber
    • MISSION STATEMENT
      "The mission of the Chamber is important to me. It is to influence changes in business climate issues in such a way that companies and firms located here are able to make a profit and grow, increase the number of jobs and support their communities."  - Barbara Gattorn
       
      Cultivates harmonious relationships through team building.
      H onors employee's hard work with recognition programs.
      Assures growth through continued education opportunities.
      Measures success by the success of us all.
      B ears the fruit of healthy living through wellness programs.
      Embraces Families through Employees First practices.
      R espects the differences in us all.
       
    • Where do I fit in?
      With over 20,000 members
      Employing over ¾ Million workers
      Being the largest Chamber in the country
      I want to be the change we seek in Detroit.
      Attraction Efforts: Rockin’ the Riverfront
    • Rockin the Riverfront
      One business owner said, “Overall very well attended event. Too many people. Location was far and long lines to get to name tags.” She also stated, “Not a member of the DFC. Seems much like pay to play. I am affiliated with Asia Pacific Chamber that is why I attended.”
      Ray Moulden stated, “400 people, food was great, great networking, and lots of tables with sponsorships.”
    • How did I find these answers?
      Twitter: I asked if anyone was a member of the DRC or knew someone involved in the Chamber.
      Also did a Twitter search and found them and asked them questions to find out what the problems were and what the benefits are.
      I also posted the same questions on Linked In and Facebook to where I found two people who I connected with on some levels.
      Ray Moulden, Chamber Ambassador and Lisa Swiftney’s name came up quite a few times.
      Sarah Hubbard sent me to job posting for the Interactive Marketing Coordinator.
    • Why is this important to you?
      Problem solver: I have a large network of business professionals who are active in their community.
      Strategy: I have presented to a group of 3 – 150 people regarding a strategy regarding a job search and educated people on the tools of New Media for a Non-profit organization
      Leadership: I am bringing together a group of journalists, bloggers, and public relations professionals to discuss the state of the communications industry and how it relates to everyone.
      Belief: I believe in Detroit and do not want to relocate for a position. I am active in the networking and in various tech related groups. I believe in Detroit and I see a future for Detroit.
    • Please contact for more information
      Jamie Favreau
      (586) 453-6438
      Jamie_Favreau@yahoo.com
      Twitter
      http://www.twitter.com/jfavreau
      http://www.linkedin.com/in/jfavreau
      Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you in the near future.