It started with an idea: Expect Integrity.
We all feel the same frustration when businesses large and small seem to offer us something we need or want, only to find the actual experience feels like every offer is a bait & switch, every contract full of fine print exceptions, and every purchase has hidden fees and costs.
The fact is, we’ve all learned NOT to Expect Integrity.
But what if there were a group of businesses that would commit, not just to operating with Integrity, but also to networking with others like them, purchasing from and referring within this Integrity network?
What if the “Expect Integrity” message worked to enhance the brand of local businesses, in offices, stores and online so businesses participating could expect higher quality customers, and find higher quality employees?
And, what if these businesses worked together to create better marketing and business practices for themselves and for their industries?
Then you’d have the Integrity Chamber of Commerce.