Happy Holidays from all of us at the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau!
AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS
December 27, 2019
It’s the time of year, when the world seems to glow with the spirit of love and compassion, and I’d like to take a moment on behalf of the entire Chamber family to offer greetings of joy, peace and happiness for this holiday season, and beyond.
During this wondrous time of year, I find myself reflecting on the last year, thinking of the amazing team at the Sedona Chamber and the professional staff at the City of Sedona, all of whom work so hard on behalf of our community.
I am thankful for our Chamber team, who work countless hours to provide the local community with creative and thoughtful support throughout the year. This last year, we launched several programs like, Locals Nite Out, the Construction Support Guide, the Sedona Cares Pledge and the “End of Tourism as We Know it” campaign which is the mantra for implementing the Sustainable Tourism Plan.
We ask a lot of our team and their dedication is apparent when they work on their days off, pick up trash along our trails, litter-lift in Oak Creek Canyon and volunteer for local events. They believe in our mission to “make Sedona the best place to live, work, play and visit” and they are dedicated to keeping Sedona “The Most Beautiful Place on Earth.”
Our community is full of smart, generous and passionate people who make a tremendous difference in Sedona. Residents and businesses continually strive to be generous with their time, money, contacts, knowledge, and passion. Our community shares the understanding that a little bit of kindness and generosity can make an enormous difference in the lives of others. I am extremely grateful to be surrounded by people who choose to uplift others, both professionally and personally. The Sedona Chamber and every one of our Chamber partners wants to live and work in a supportive community and share what we love about it with others. The proven support of the Sustainable Tourism Plan and the engagement with efforts to protect Sedona’s environment and quality of life is a testament to a versatile and passionate community.
The Board of Directors, Ambassadors, volunteers and staff at the Sedona Chamber are dedicated to the job of serving Sedona’s businesses and community. We’d like to thank the City of Sedona, the City Council and the City staff – all of whom have worked so hard during the past year to improve our quality of life – and focus on the things that matter most to us, like traffic, housing and sustainability.
We also wish to thank Mr. Bob Larson and the entire team at Sedona Red Rock News for providing us with this valuable communication forum every Friday.
Finally, on behalf of the Board of Directors and staff, I would also like to thank our 850 partners for their involvement and dedication to the community and their commitment to our shared goals. In the spirit of the season, we celebrate the power of community in our lives.
Let’s raise a cup of holiday cheer…here’s to a peaceful, joyous and prosperous new year! Happy 2020!