Tag: chamber of commerce
If you’re selling baked beans as cereal, I hope you have another source of income. Maybe you could make money from businesses that make money, like The Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber of Commerce is the baked beans as cereal of business, in that it’s a complete joke.
By embracing international corporations, and encouraging them to come to town, the Chamber of Commerce is making everyone poorer, because Mom & Pop shops can’t compete on price, and all the money spent at Global Inc. gets siphoned away and can’t spiral around locally.
Branson business owners complain that it’s hard to find good help among the locals. I guess it would be hard to find quality American labor when you’re paying Chinese slave factory wages.
The Chamber of Commerce is a relic of the 1890s, like Oscar Wilde, only not timeless. They’re also not timeful. They’re like a broken watch that everyone keeps looking at, but doesn’t actually do anything but cost money.
First Disneyland temporarily closed, and I wonder if next The Circus will be permanently shut down. Oh, it would be a shame if Branson abolished The Chamber of Commerce.
The president of The Branson Missouri Chamber of Commerce is like a finely sculpted piece of raw clay—in that he needs to be fired. Also, he’s finely sculpted in the same way as an overflowing trash can.
Oh, The Branson Missouri Chamber of Commerce is going to sunny Puerto Rico in the middle of dreary winter? Who is paying for their vacation that’s masquerading as philanthropic mission work?
I like the circus, because they make a business out of being a clown show. But I hate The Chamber of Commerce in Harrison Arkansas, because they make a clown show out of business.
I’d have more respect for The Chamber of Commerce if they sold red, rubber noses, because at least they’d be honest about being a clown show. They recently gloated about bringing in a national fitness chain, despite this small town already having TWO locally owned gyms.