Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce “Ambassador Program” Chooses MAYO Communications To Help Boost Membership Awareness A Business Buzz

The Los Angeles firm’s Executive Vice President George Mc Quade, who specializes in creating a buzz for new businesses will serve on committee that welcomes new members.

Los Angeles, CA, May 27, 2005 --( “There are so many Chamber of Commerces, but none that are more business friendly than the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce,” said George Mc Quade, senior vice president of new business/media, MAYO Communications, Los Angeles. “I look forward to helping new member-businesses become familiar with the Chamber by introducing business representatives to networking events, identifying committees and activities that are of benefit, and addressing questions about the organization.”

Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce is the unrivaled authority of business – advocating on its behalf, anticipating trends, advancing knowledge, creating innovative practices that inspire and invigorate, and embodying a professional conscience. The organization has been leading businesses to success since 1923.

“They offer a lot of incentives for business in Beverly Hills and the surrounding communities excellent exposure and unlike many other business based organizations, its directory is sent to residents and businesses in this city of energy,” explained Mc Quade, who’s agency was honored for “Best Education Campaign, Wal-Mart Superstores,” Public Relations Society of America and “Best Corporate Communications, The Business Beat News Tip Sheet™, a monthly Online publication that goes directly to 950 business editors in California alone.

The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce serves the business community through programs and services coordinated through Economic Development, Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau, Communications, Beverly Hills Global and its Membership Department. The Chamber is located at 239 South Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills between Wilshire and Olympic Boulevards.

“As a member of the Beverly Hills Chamber, we have been become involved with the Entertainment Industry Business Council to help our clients and the industry stay on top of movie, music and Television industry issues and challenges,” said McQuade. “It’s very informative.”