Ribbon Cuttings/Grand Openings


The Chamber is here to help our members celebrate important business milestones like grand openings, new locations, expansions, and new product lines. 

The Chamber will visit your location for a ceremonial ribbon cutting and photo opportunity. We'll bring the red ribbon and the big gold scissors. The Chamber will share your photos and celebratory message in our e-newsletter, website, and social media.

We want your ribbon-cutting to be successful and make your team feel great about the event.

Call the Chamber to schedule your ribbon cutting today 704-873-2892.

Guidelines for a brag worthy event!

Businesses typically celebrate with a ribbon cutting ceremony if the company has (but not limited to, we love any reason to celebrate your business):

  • Joined the Chamber of Commerce
  • Opened its doors in the last 12 months or to recognize a Grand Opening
  • Celebrated an anniversary or special achievement
  • Offered a new service or product
  • Been remodeled or expanded at its present location
  • Moved to a new location

What the Chamber will provide:

  • Official Chamber Ribbon Cutting Scissors
  • Chamber Logo Ribbon
  • Ribbon cutting added to the Chamber Events Calendar
  • Picture in Chamber E-Newsletter

What are the benefits of a Chamber ribbon cutting?

  • Introduce both the public and Chamber members to your business
  • Begin a customer base
  • Familiarize the public and Chamber members with your product and services
  • Published photo of your ribbon cutting in Chamber’s newsletter to approx 20,000 member representatives and potential customers.

Ribbon Cutting Checklist

  • Select a date: Be aware of major holidays and coordinate with the Chamber well in advance to avoid conflicts with other Chamber events. We recommend a two to three week notice.
  • Program and Planned Activities: Welcome guests and introduce any other speakers
  • Invitations: Evites, flyers, formal/informal letters are just a few examples of how to get the word out. Your guest list can include staff, clients, business associates, neighboring businesses, volunteer associations, community leaders, elected officials and the media.