Frequently Asked Questions
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- What is AmSpirit Business Connections?
- What are some examples of sales representatives, entrepreneurs and professionals that can benefit from AmSpirit Business Connections?
- Where are there AmSpirit Business Connections Chapters?
- Are there fees associated with AmSpirit Business Connections?
- What do you get for the fees paid to AmSpirit Business Connections?
- What separates AmSpirit Business Connections from the Chamber of Commerce or Rotary?
- If somebody were interested in AmSpirit Business Connections, how could they get involved?
- What are the benefits of belonging to AmSpirit Business Connections?
AmSpirit Business Connections is a national organization that assists sales representatives, entrepreneurs, and professionals succeed by creating a forum where they can exchange qualified referrals with other sales representatives, entrepreneurs and professionals.
Each Chapter meets weekly and is comprised of members, only one in each separate and distinct business category.
2. What are some examples of sales representatives, entrepreneurs and professionals that can benefit from AmSpirit Business Connections?
Accountants, Ad Specialists, Advertising Agents, Attorneys, Auto Body Repairers, Auto Leasers, Auto Sales People, Bankers, Beauticians, Bedding, Business Brokers, Carpet Cleaners, Casualty Insurance Agents, Caterers, Cellular Phone Sales People, Chiropractors, Cleaning Services, Collection Services, Commercial Cleaners, Computer Consultants, Credit Card Services, Dentists, Embroiderers, Employee Leasers, Employment Agents, Equipment Leasers, Exhibit Displays, Florists, Graphic Designers, Health & Fitness Experts, Image Consultants, Interior Designers, Internet Services, Jewelers, Landscapers, Life Insurance Agents, Locksmiths, Long Distance Providers, Marketing Consultants, Massage Therapists, Mortgage Brokers, Moving & Storage, Office Equipment, Office Furniture, Office Suppliers, Optometrists, Payroll Services, Photographers, Printers, Public Relations, Real Estate Appraisers, Realtors, Remodeling Contractors, Retirement Community, Sales Trainers, Security Systems, Signs, Stockbrokers, Telecommunications, Title Insurance Agents, and Travel Agents.
AmSpirit Business Connections has Chapters or is in the process of starting Chapters throughout the United States. See the Chapters listing or contact Frank Agin at email@example.com for more information.
To participate in AmSpirit Business Connections there is a one-time initiation fee of $275, which is payable with the membership application. After joining, there are ongoing membership dues of $85 per quarter.
AmSpirit Business Connections is similar to any other membership organization. The fees are used to support the membership. For example, a full time staff maintains Chapter rosters and a membership web site, and also provides support materials on an ongoing basis to Chapters and produces a monthly newsletter for each Chapter. AmSpirit conducts activities on a periodic basis for members to gain additional information on networking as well as network with other Chapters.
First, the Chamber of Commerce and civic organizations like Rotary are invaluable to the local community. AmSpirit Business Connections is different, however, in one simple fact: It is our primary purpose to assist our membership generate business. With the Chamber and civic organizations like the Rotary, generating business is generally a secondary objective.
Arrange to visit a Chapter by contacting a member of AmSpirit Business Connections or contact Frank Agin by e-mail.
In our meetings we talk about five primary benefits, and we focus on these on a weekly basis.
Number one, and probably the primary reason that people join AmSpirit Business Connections is to get new and additional business.
The second primary benefit is you get to meet people that you otherwise would not have met.
The third primary benefit is that it teaches us to serve as a resource for our customers and clients.
The fourth benefit is that we help each other develop our overall communication skills. You can't expect to get any better referrals than the message you give, and on a weekly basis we work on giving messages and telling people what's a good referral for us. By doing this on a weekly basis we all become better communicators.
The final reason is it creates a forum to give to other people. Networking is all about giving. The principal rule of networking is simply this: those people who give are the people who will get, and we find that on a consistent basis, the people who are giving the most referrals are the ones getting the most referrals.