Dearborn County Chamber Online Auction Now Open

Monday, November 29th, 2021 9:07am

By Dearborn County Chamber of Commerce, news release

Support Chamber programs that promote local business, develop community leaders and host educational workshops.

(Dearborn County, Ind.) - Once again in 2021 we will be giving our members the opportunity to promote their companies, support local business and give you some last minute gift opportunities! This year we have a bunch of great items, gift cards, wine, spirits and even medical procedures!

The Annual Dearborn County Chamber Auction will run online from Friday, November 26th to Sunday, December 19th (it will end at 2pm). To view and bid on the items visit this link: https://event.gives/dearborn

The last two years have been interesting to say the least and on behalf of businesses throughout Southeast Indiana, we sincerely appreciate your support. You can continue to support our mission of promoting and growing the Dearborn County economy by bidding on the great items donated by our members. The Chamber will continue to focus on helping regional businesses rebound and achieve success while focusing on growth opportunities throughout the region.

You can also visit the auction page to donate to the Southeast Indiana Chamber Foundation, the 501c3 sister charity organization of the Deaborn County Chamber of Commerce. These funds will be used to continue to grow Leadership Dearborn, the Maverick Challenge and other programs meant to support local business initiatives such as the COVID relief grant fund.

We would like to thank all of our members who donated items to the auction and all of you who support the Chamber and Dearborn County in any way. So head over to https://event.gives/dearborn to bid early and bid often! New items will be added throughout the month, so make sure to keep checking back!

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