Dec 19, 2022
Queensbury Native Emily Petit Frost Joins Team
LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. — SUNY Potsdam graduate and Queensbury native, Emily Petit Frost, brings her extensive background in sales to the role as Membership Manager at the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Frost will be responsible for the evaluation of the Chamber’s dues structure, membership collateral and recruiting efforts to grow the Chamber’s membership. She will also be responsible for advertising sales opportunities in the Chamber’s annual Four-Season Guidebook, internet sales and brochure display sales at the Village Information Center on the corner of Beach Road and Canada Street. “I’ve always loved Lake George, the beauty of the Adirondack Mountains, fun events in the region, and the wonderful community in our area. I’m passionate about helping businesses in the area succeed and supporting them in all their endeavors,” Frost said.
Launching her professional career in Syracuse at Techtronic Industries, Emily completed a sales training program and managed a team of twelve representatives for five years. Upon her return to the area, Frost began her career as a real estate salesperson for Julie & Co. Realty.
“We are thrilled to have Emily on board as a member of our Chamber team. Emily has a proven track record of sales and leadership experience. That coupled with her love of the area and passion for helping businesses succeed made her the perfect candidate for membership manager,” said Executive Director Gina Mintzer.
About the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB
The Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB, Inc. strives to drive tourism to the Lake George region year-round while fostering a vibrant business community. The Chamber seeks to promote growth and development of its member businesses by offering networking events, educational programs, ribbon cuttings and other opportunities. Founded in 1952, the Chamber is a member-driven, not-for-profit 501 C (6) corporation. The Chamber, with a regional mindset, comprises more than 430 members in various sectors of the business community. The Chamber staffs the Visitor Center on the corner of Beach Road and Canada Street in the village of Lake George and the Adirondacks Welcome Center on the Northway between Exits 17 and 18 and typically serves more than 100,000 visitors annually. The Chamber also publishes an annual Travel Guide with a 75,000 circulation and Community & Business Directory geared toward people and businesses looking to move to the area. The Lake George Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau (LGRCVB) is a division of the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB and works as an extension of the Warren County Tourism Department. While the Tourism Department markets Warren County to the leisure
consumer tourism market, the mission of the LGRCVB is to bring year-round, weather-proof group business to Warren County in the form of meetings, conventions, reunions, sports events, weddings, and more.