The Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce is proud to welcome Simon McDonald as the Chamber’s Director of Membership & Marketing.
Simon comes to the Chamber with over 30 years of experience in helping businesses get noticed. He has been a member of the Chamber for many years, representing our sales sector as a Board Director, chairing the Chamber’s Ambassador Committee, as well as volunteering at the Annual golf tournament.
Simon understands the importance of a vibrant business community, and as a resident of our area he embraces the Chamber motto of Live/Work/Play -- shopping, dining, and enjoying all that is offered throughout the region. He is responsible for our new membership, retention, and growth, along with fostering positive relations with merchants, businesses, residents, local and state governmental agencies. Additionally, he will be coordinating and executing all Grand Openings and New Business/Member Ribbon Cuttings. Finally, he will be charged with the planning, promotion, and implementation of our annual events and business programming that develops volunteer leaders and enhances our community’s quality of life.
Simon moved to Milford in January 2001 as a part of the startup, Ticket Magic, and immediately fell in love with the little city with a big heart. He has raised two children, from his first marriage, and created lasting memories for his two stepchildren. From summers at the beach and weekends hiking, to pirate days and duck races, Milford has always felt like home. Simon lives with the love of his life, Tiffany Whitaker, and they both plan on retiring to Milford in the future— after all, there is nowhere better to go.
Director of Membership & Marketing
Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
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1201 Boston Post Road, Unit 1100
Milford CT, 06460
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Whether you are a business or family looking to vacation, re-locate, or shop, Milford offers unlimited opportunities of all types. So, come visit us and you will understand why we are known as “the small city with a big heart.”