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The Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce and Riverview Community Bank join efforts to introduce the "Mt Adams Chamber Dollars" gift check program.

A program created to support the Mt Adams business community in generating new business while supporting local shoppers and gift giving.

"It was an easy decision to support the Chamber on this program," said Dale Connell, branch manager of Riverview Community Bank. "Plus, it's a great way for the community to support local businesses while offering individuals and employers creative alternative gift giving through the gift check."

"Mt Adams Chamber Dollars" can be purchased at Riverview Community Bank in White Salmon and can be purchased in any amount up to $50 gift check. It can then be used like a gift card and the new chamber dollar may be spent at participating chamber merchant businesses.

Participating chamber merchant businesses can receive and process the chamber dollar check like any other check and deposit these transactions at their local financial institution. These dollars will be promoted throughout the Mt Adams Chamber of Commerce, as well as its individual member merchants. In addition, this program will have no additional cost to members for participating in the "Chamber Dollars" program.

"As the Western Klickitat Chamber, it's our goal and mission to offer services that support our business community," stated Carl McNew, chamber president and associate broker/branch manager of Windermere/Glenn Taylor Real Estate. "Especially at this time of the year, the Mt Adams Chamber Dollars is a great way to promote local shopping and perfect gift giving opportunity."

The "Chamber Dollars" can be purchased and picked up at the Riverview Community Bank in White Salmon and are available now and all year around.

For additional information please contact the Mt Adams Chamber of Commerce at or call (509) 493-3630.


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