Cuba Trip 2016
Cuba The New Beginning from May 18-25, 2016!
Enjoy a tour of Cuba for eight days, seven nights from May 18-25, 2016, including hotels, meals, day trips and airfare from Miami! This tour will feature people to people discussions, interactions and unusual visits such as: the seaside town of Caibarien, the Sugar Mill Museum, the colonial town of Remedios, the Che Guevara Museum and Mausoleum, a Tobacco Plantation and Cigar Factory, meetings and visitations with artists, meet a Cuban baseball player, Hemingway's Farm, Old Havana and more. . .
The price of the trip is $3,799 per person (double occupancy). Do not delay as space is limited and at this price the trip will sell out quickly! You can see how wonderful this trip will be by viewing the brochure below! This trip is open to everyone in the US and you do not need to be a chamber member.
Cuba Brochure/Registration Form
We are pleased to announce an easy to use Online Booking Page has been designed to allow our traveling guests to book your trip online using your credit card.
With the introduction of this tool, you will now be able to submit registrations, payments, passport copies, and many other documents through a secure website. You will also be able to review Day-to-Day Itinerary, Tour Options, Tour Inclusions, pricing and much more.
Please follow the steps below to reserve your 2016 Cuba trip online:
Please visit www.centralholidayswest.com/booking
Once you have arrived to said website, a box will appear then asking for the Group Booking Number.
Please enter booking number B001944
Please Fill in the required fields (marked with *) to the best of your ability as you would on the standard-paper registration form.
Please Note: Middle Names (If Applicable), Passport Information, Complete Addresses are essential for registration.
Communicating, Invoicing, and Ticketing are all subject to this information.
Upon completion of ALL required fields, please press "Calculate" in order to proceed to "Payment Processing"
Please submit payment information as requested. Upon completion, please press "Submit" to complete the registration.
You will receive immediate notification of the reservation via email.
Once payment has been processed with Central Holidays accounting department, confirmation of payment along with confirmation of invoice will be sent out via e-mail.
Hollyfest Arts & Crafts
The 33rd Annual Hollyfest Arts & Crafts Show will be held at Hilliard Davidson High School on Saturday, December 5th.
The deadline was July 1st to turn in crafter applications. No exceptions will be made.
Click HERE to search open jobs posted by our members.
Hilliard Farm Market
The Hilliard Farm Market will be Tuesdays this summer from 4-7pm starting June 2nd through September 8th. It's new location will be at 5445 Scioto-Darby Road at the Hilliard United Methodist Church parking lot, at the southwest corner of Main Street and Scioto-Darby Road. For the vendor application and more information please visit www.HilliardFarmMarket.com.
Why Being a Member of the Chamber Makes Good Business Sense
Recently, The Schapiro Group, an Atlanta-based strategic consulting firm, released a national survey of 2,000 adults that indicated significant benefits for businesses active in their local Chamber of Commerce.
When a small business is active in a Chamber of Commerce:
- Consumers are 49% more likely to think favorably of it
- 80% more likely to purchase goods or services from the company in the future
- 73% more aware of the business.
- The business enjoys a bump in its reputation of 68%.
Major Impact on Small Businesses
Small businesses represent the largest segment of most local chamber membership rolls, and the study indicates that chamber membership has consistent and powerful benefits for small business members—if consumers are aware that the small business is involved with its local chamber.
Visit and patronize the members of the Hilliard Chamber! If your business is not a member, join us in 2015! We look forward to connecting you with other business leaders in the community and working with our elected leaders to keep a positive business climate in our area.