Chamber Marketing Partners creates stunning custom print publications for chambers of commerce, convention and visitors bureaus, and other member associations.
What separates us from other publishers is our unique revenue model that lets YOU decide how much money your Chamber makes.
Chamber Marketing Partners produces high quality custom print publications that earn valuable non-dues revenue for chambers of commerce and other community-focused organizations.
Revenue Range Model
What separates us from other publishers serving the chamber of commerce industry is our unique Revenue Range Model. When you work with Chamber Marketing Partners, YOU have the opportunity to decide how much money your Chamber makes from your publication.
We’ll work with you to develop a custom plan that fits the needs and the values of your organization.
If using local or stateside vendors is important to you, we’ll work it into your plan. If generating the highest amount of revenue possible is your priority, we’ll provide you with the best options to meet your goals.
Visual impressions matter to readers and advertisers. Our publications feature stunning photography from local talent or carefully selected high quality stock images that match the character of your community and the tone of your publication.
Custom Design & Layout
Our professional, US-based production team creates a unique, custom design and layout for each and every one of the publications we produce.
We don’t do canned content. We help you tell your community’s story through professionally-written feature stories infused with local flavor.
Ed Burzminski has been involved in custom publishing since the mid-1980s, having owned and operated custom publishing companies that served chambers of commerce across the U.S.
Ed works with Chamber management to create a strategy for the publications, oversees project budgets, communicates regularly with Chamber management and manages/coaches the ad sales staff.
Scott oversees all CMP projects ensuring that all components are moving forward per plan. Scott began his career in 1992 as a designer and most recently held a management position at a nationally-recognized chamber publishing company prior to joining the CMP team.